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  1. Economics

    You will acquire skills in economic analysis and deeper insights into how the economy works. Some examples of topics analyzed in the programme are: How to organize energy markets to avoid monopolies and market manipulation. How to design and implement an-international climate treaty. How to reduce poverty and manage natural resources in a better way in developing countries. How to analyze consequences of international trade agreements. How to explain why commodity prices are so volatile. Contents of the programme: The masters programme consists of required theory and methods courses and the option to choose a specialization in one or more economic sub-disciplines, e.g., Environmental and Resource Economics; Energy and Climate Economics; Development and Global Change; and Financial and Commodity Market Analysis. Each specialization has a set of required core courses that can be supplemented with electives from organizational science or business management. Alternatively, one can choose a more interdisciplinary profile, by selecting electives from other faculties at NMBU such as in natural sciences, technology or other social sciences to tailor the skills to one¿s particular interests. The completion of the degree culminates with the submission of a thesis and the successful oral defense of the work. You can supplement the specialization with courses within organizational science or business management. Moreover, you can choose a more interdisciplinary profile, by choosing from all the courses offered at NMBU i ...

    Provider NameNMBU - Norges miljø- og biovitenskapelige universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  2. European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations

    In the 21st century, migration processes increasingly contribute to the shaping of societies. The presence of migrants consequently adds emphasis to intercultural relations and communication, which are of key importance for social cohesion. The European Master of Arts in Migration and Intercultural Relations (EMMIR) responds to this trend by providing a state-of-the-art education in theoretical concepts, empirical methods and trans-disciplinary approaches to migration studies. The EMMIR has been jointly run by seven institutions: University of Oldenburg, Germany University of Stavanger, Norway University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia Ahfad University for Women, Omdurman, Sudan Mbarara University of Science & Technology, Uganda University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa The programme is administered by the University of Oldenburg, and students must commence their studies in Germany. For the second semester all students move to the University of Stavanger. After the second semester they can decide where they will go on exchange to other partner institutions. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  3. Business Administration- Master of Science

    Do you wish to work in banking, finance or insurance? Or is perhaps the transport, consultancy, telecommunications or energy sector more tempting? The MSc in Business Administration is one of the most multifaceted programmes internationally, leading to extensive career opportunities within the private and public sectors. The programme offers four specialisations: Economics Applied Finance Strategy and Management Business Innovation ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Stavanger

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  4. Master's Programme in Physical Geography

    The effects of climate changes and natural hazards are problems society must deal with to protect the population and preserve values. In the Master's Programme in Physical Geography we study the exogenous processes that have shaped and shape the landscape, and offer a wide range of master projects. With main focus on Norway, the reasearch group in physical geography at the Department of Geography works with glaciers, natural hazards (floods, storminess, storm floods, snow avalanches etc.), sea level, hydrology, ground water, periglacial features, caves and landscape development related to past and present climate and environmental changes. We use a number of methods including equipment for coring of lakes, access to sediment analyses, and laboratory for GIS (Geographical Information Systems) and RS (Remote Sensing). Our research contribution has great relevance for societal safety and planning related to settlement, transport, water supply, and climate and energy transformation. The objective of the programme is to provide the student with theoretical, methodological and practical skills enabling them to qualify for a Master's degree in Physical Geography. The topics for master projects includes glaciers, natural hazards, sea level, hydrology, ground water, periglacial features, caves and landscape development related to past and present climate and environmental changes. The aim is to provide the student with analytical skills, critical thinking, relevant field- and laboratory methods as well as academic writ ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  5. Master's Programme in System Dynamics

    The master´s degree in system dynamics signifies an ability to analyze how and why things change over time. System dynamics builds on the best traditions in science for studying complex dynamic systems to understand how systems´ dynamics originate from the underlying systems´ structure, to investigate how pressing current problems reflect past policies and design alternative policies that may be alleviate these problems. To do so, candidates are trained to develop simulation models that represent the cause-and-effect structure of the systems studied, to derive their dynamics by way of simulation, and to investigate the relationship between the two. This combination of skills encourages collaboration and teamwork in daily decision-making as well as long-range planning. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  6. Master's Programme in Geographies of Sustainable Development

    How can Himalayan farmers adapt to climate change? How should African fisheries be governed to ensure access to nutritious fish on the plates of the poor? Are Latin American cities prepared for green transitions? The Master Programme in Geographies of Sustainable Development equips students with theoretical tools and methodological training to enquire into multiple research questions related to global development. The aim of the programme is to provide the candidates with theoretical and methodological skills enabling them to qualify for a Master's Degree. The topics are related to issues of relevance for the study of livelihoods and environmental problems in the global South. The courses aim at introducing the candidates to contemporary scientific discourses on human-nature relations and development, and provide them with analytical skills and critical thinking. The thesis is normally based on data produced though fieldwork in the global South. ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  7. Master's Programme in Global development Theory and Practice

    Study with us, and you will get in-depth understanding of global development processes through critical evaluation of relevant theories and the contexts of sustainable human development. You can choose between a specialisation in Health Promotion or Gender in Global Development. Our master's programme also gives you the unique opportunity to choose between a 60 ECTS Master's Thesis or a one semester's internship and a 30 ECTS Master's Thesis. The aim of this master's programme is to train advanced professionals in the field of Global Development Theory and Practice with specialisation in either health promotion or gender in global development. The overarching objectives for both specializations are to provide the students with in-depth understanding of: Global development through critical evaluation of relevant theories; integration of human rights and social justice; appraisal of global governance and the politics of aid; and assessment of impact of climate change on sustainable development. The practice of development, including policy and programme planning, implementation and evaluation at the levels of local organisations and communities, municipalities and states, national and international cooperation projects. The contexts of sustainable human development including culture, international cooperation and physical environment.   Specialisation in health promotion The aim of this specialisation is to give the student expertise in health promotion theory and practice in the context of g ...

    Provider NameUniversitetet i Bergen

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  8. European Studies (Master's Programme)

    The Master's programme in European Studies provides in-depth knowledge of the multiplicity of forms and degrees of European integration and cooperation, how they came about, and what implications this has for governance and democracy in Europe. Norway and its unique relationship to the EU through its joint participation in the EEA and the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) is an important focal point of the MA in European Studies.     ...

    Provider NameNTNU Norges teknisk-naturvitenskapelige universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  9. Visual Anthropology- master

    Are you interested in human culture and how to use the video camera in social scientific research? At Visual Anthropology you are given the opportunity to study ethnographic research methods, anthropological theory, and ethnographic film making in an international environment, culminating with the production of your very own film and written thesis. The Department of Social Science offers a two-year full-time Master's programme in Visual Anthropology. The aim of this programme is to teach students how to produce knowledge about people's lives and cultures through an exploration of their everyday lives based on the use of qualitative social science research methods and ethnographic film. The programme combines lectures in academic theory and method, filmmaking and practical instruction in camerawork, sound recording and editing. The students at the Master's programme follow a set of courses the first two semesters before they travel on fieldwork. Based on this fieldwork, the students write a Master's Thesis and make an ethnographic film. For a complete setup of the programme, please refer to the Programme structure below. The films produced at Visual Anthropology are well known for their quality. Every year several films are selected for international documentary and ethnographic film festivals. The originality of the program has led to a special educational prize from UiT, the Arctic University of Norway and a further award for educational quality from the Ministry of Education. ...

    Provider NameUiT Norges arktiske universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway
  10. Indigenous Studies- master

    Do you want to take part in shaping and producing solutions to global and local challenges through the study of indigenous issues? UiT is one of the very few universities in the world to offer an international Master's degree programme in comparative indigenous studies. The Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education, in cooperation with the Centre for Sami Studies, offers a two-year full-time Master's Programme in Indigenous Studies (MIS). The programme is interdisciplinary and based on research conducted at UiT The Arctic University of Norway regarding the Sami and other indigenous peoples within the social sciences, humanities and law. The thematic focus of the master's programme is the emergence of the international indigenous movement, the historical experiences and contemporary context that indigenous people experience across the globe. During the two years of studies, students will take courses totalling 120 credits (120 ECTS). Six mandatory courses that are designed to give a broad base, from which the individual student may choose a relevant topic for the master's thesis. The thesis work is supervised by academic staff from the cooperating units at UiT The Arctic University of Norway, and topics are chosen in cooperation with the appointed advisors. It is customary to conduct data collection for the master's thesis in the end of the second semester. ...

    Provider NameUiT Norges arktiske universitet

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Norway

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