Understand an Increasingly Complex World
How do globalisation processes, including European integration processes, affect the control that states have over their borders or policies?
How do tendencies in polarisation, division and separatism within states challenge the legitimacy and authority of the traditional nation state?
If these questions interest you, then the Master’s Programme in Democracy, Citizenship and Change will provide you with an excellent chance both to learn more about these complex topics and to explore a research question as part of your thesis project that encompasses these complex and exciting areas of political and social science.
The programme includes courses in how concepts such as state, citizenship, democracy and political culture can be understood in an increasingly complex world. You will gain a theoretical and historical understanding of these complex developments by studying concepts such as democracy, state, nation, citizenship and political culture.
Entry Requirements (Academic Year 2019/2020)
Specific Entry Requirements
- Completed bachelor’s degree including the equivalant of at least 90 Swedish university credits in Political Science, Sociology, International Relations, Human Rights or Peace and Conflict Studies, and at least 7.5 credits in scientific method within the field of Social Science.
If you are currently completing the final year of your studies leading to such a degree, then you are welcome to apply.
- An approved statement of purpose.
- Proof of English language proficiency.
English Language Proficiency
The most common tests and important scores that are accepted are:
- IELTS (academic training), 6.5 (with no part of the test below 5.5)
- TOEFL (Internet based): 90 (with a minimum of 20 on the written part)
- TOEFL (paper based): 575 (with a minimum of 4.5 on the written part)
Please check the University Admissions information on English Language Proficiencyto see if you are required to submit a TOEFL or IELTS result.
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