The one-year programme teaches you to relate globalising developments in practice, by undertaking an independent study of the ways in which large-scale developments tie into small-scale experiences of people all over the world and vice versa. The department mainly focuses on South-East Asia and sub-Sahara Africa. Nevertheless, you are not limited in your regional orientation and you will have the opportunity to focus your research on any other region. Fieldwork which is supervised in situ can be carried out in Mali, Gambia, Indonesia and the Netherlands. Individually organised fieldwork is possible in all other parts of the world. The programme offers three specialisations: Environment and Development, Global Connections, and Media and Material Culture.
Erasmus Mundus program: This is an Erasmus Mundus program.
See www.unileidenmasters.nl. Students might have to follow a pre-master programme depending on their BA degree.
minimum kennis (ISPAC: overige vereisten) Zie www.unileidenmasters.nl. Studenten moeten wellicht een pre-masterprogramma volgen afhankelijk van de bachelor die zij behaald hebben.
minimum kennis (ISPAC: overige vereisten) See www.unileidenmasters.nl. Students might have to follow a pre-master programme depending on their BA degree.
vooropleiding (ISPAC: vereiste vooropleiding) Bachelor (met een major) in Cultural Anthropology/Development Sociology, of een relevante andere studie (zie www.unileidenmasters.nl)
vooropleiding (ISPAC: vereiste vooropleiding) BA degree (with a major) in Cultural Anthropology/Development Sociology or a relevant field (see website www.unileidenmasters.nl).