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Specialisation in Europe: Borders, Identity and Governance

The Master's specialisation in Europe: Borders, Identity and Governance studies the much-debated governance of borders, migration, and identities by and in the EU, and places these policies in the context of global patterns of migration, postcolonialism, conflicts, and global unequal development.

Elective courses 
You are free to choose the elective courses yourself, provided that these add up to at least 12 EC and are taught at a Master’s level. We would suggest selecting courses that are related to the themes taught in this specialisation and/or to your Master Thesis Research.

You can for instance choose courses from one of the other Human Geography Master Specialisations or from related Master’s programmes at Radboud University, such as:

You could also search for relevant courses at other (international) Universities. The lecturers are happy to help you in your search.