Students select one of the following five fields of specialisation:
- Narratives, visual worlds, symbolic spaces.
- Socio-historical dynamics.
- African-European relations underlying our beliefs and values.
- Political constructions.
- Languages, cultures, translations.
- An approved honours degree from any field in the humanities social sciences public administration education or law obtained with an average of at least 60%.
- At least one European language other than English completed at a university first-year level.
Prospective students must submit a letter of motivation, an academic record and a CV to the PCC.
Please note: Final consideration and acceptance of applicants will be done at the discretion of the committee.
Other programme-specific information
- Two of the 20-credit modules may be obtained at a university in Europe (study abroad programme).
- If a student does not have a European language other than English at second-year level, such a module should be taken; otherwise a project/practical could be done in the selected field of specialisation in consultation with the ‘field mentor’.