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Single subject courses
Second cycle

The School of Global studies offers several single subject courses in English at second cycle (Master level).

Basic requirements

The basic requirements for admission to the single subject courses at second cycle are at least a Bachelor’s degree (generally a 3-year degree with honours), from a recognised university or college by UNESCO with/and a minimum of 30 higher education credits in a discipline within the field of Global Studies or the equivalent.


Information about application and term dates are available on the University Admissions website.


For questions regarding academic eligibility or individual assessments please contact the programme administration. Please note that we are unable to make any assessments in advance.

For further information about the courses, please click on the links in the list below.

Single subject courses in Human Rights

Autumn term courses

Single subject courses in Global Studies

Autumn term courses

Core courses:

Methodology courses:

Spring term courses

The following courses will be given providing there are a sufficient number of accepted students.

In-depht courses:

Module 1

Module 2

Master Thesis:



Recommended study route for "one year" Master in Global Studies:

  • GS2321 Research Design and Methods (autumn, module 1)
  • GS2122 Global Studies: Thematic Issues (autumn, module 2)
  • Elective in-depth course within the field of Global Studies (spring, module 1)
  • GS2531 Master Thesis (spring, module 2)  


Contact information
Advanced Level

Student counselling
0046 (0)31 786 1399
Phone hours 
Tuesday 14.00-16.00
Thursday 10.00-12.00



Student administration
0046 (0)31 786 4025

Single subject courses in Human Rights:

Single subject courses in Global Studies:

Page Manager: Student office|Last update: 8/21/2018

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