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  1. Master's Degree in "Politics and Economics of Contemporary Eastern and South-Eastern Europe". Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies. School of Economic and Regional Studies. University of Macedonia.

    The programme aims to the following: (a) the preparation of future executives for the public or private sector, for NGOs and international organisations active in the East and Southeastern Europe, (b) the continuous education and specialisation of already working executives, and (c) the proper preparation of students interested in furthering their studies to acquire a doctorate diploma. In the last two decades there have been dramatic changes in both the political systems and economies of Southeastern Europe (SEE). These economic and political developments are intimately interrelated. The initial political changes of the early ’90s had important economic consequences; the economic progress and prospects of the region are constrained by its political institutions and governance. At the same time, several countries of the region have become full members of the European Union, some also of the Eurozone, and others are still in the process of accession. The MA in the Politics and Economics of Contemporary Eastern and Southeastern Europe aims at offering a comprehensive analysis of both political and economic development in the region, emphasizing the interrelation between the two, and setting the institutional and social context on firm analytical grounds. ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of Macedonia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  2. Master’s Degree in "European Societies and European Integration". Department of Sociology. Faculty of Social Sciences. University of the Aegean.

    The subject of this Postgraduate Studies Programme of the Department of Sociology is the social - cultural dynamics and challenges laying in the wider European area, especially following the expansion of the European Union towards the Central, East / Southeast and Mediterranean Europe. In addition, the possibilities for designing the unified social European area and European Citizenship, along with the dynamic of the European countries individually and in total as a European Union about wider issues of concern for the international community. ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  3. Master’s Degree in "Urban and Environmental Sociology. Applied and Clinical Sociology". Department of Sociology. Faculty of Social Sciences. University of the Aegean.

    The postgraduate studies fall into specialized education and education on experiential research, which is linked to current social issues. The students of the PSP shall be capable of specialising the general scientific knowledge and connect it to the current developments of society, contribute to the study of the theoretical examples of sociology, develop suitable analytical and composite tools of sociological methods to support experiential research, actively participate in the international scientific community through the generation of new knowledge for the science of sociology. ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  4. Master’s Degree in "Social Research on Regional Development and Social Cohesion". Department of Sociology. Faculty of Social Sciences. University of the Aegean.

    Upon consolidating the analytical and composite character of the Postgraduate Studies Programme, as well as by connecting the theoretical to the research and applied cycle of courses, students acquire knowledge and develop skills in the following sectors: a) They acquire knowledge with regard to the thematic axes analysed above, as well as skills of methodological design, social analysis, and for the conduct of applied social research on the thematic fields. This education includes the accurate formulation of research questions and hypotheses, resulting from comprehensive theoretical delving into the thematic subjects, the development of a research plan and of research techniques, the procedure for collecting data, the qualitative and quantitative processing thereof, and finally the writing of results, some of which may be published following collaboration by the faculty. b) The promotion of approaches bridging theory with experiential research, ensuring the theoretical examination and the experientially documented formulation of policies of social cohesion and development. c) The familiarization and comprehension of specialized techniques of quantitative and qualitative analysis of data, mainly oriented towards secondary data analysis and primary research. d) The application of the above skills to the design, organization, and management of programmes for social development, as well as to the formulation of new policies of European, national, and regional governance. e) The processing of proposals for al ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  5. Master's Degree in "Black Sea Studies". School of Humanities. International Hellenic University.

    Knowledge:• Acquisition of the required historical knowledge about engaging with the history and culture of the Black Sea and its role in the wider cultural environment (e.g. the Mediterranean, Europe, Asia). • Acquisition of specialised archaeological and historical knowledge about the region of the Black Sea. • Specialisation of knowledge on issues of ancient, medieval, and modern art in the region of the Black Sea. • Specialisation of knowledge with regard to the political and diplomatic history, and the international relations of the Black Sea countries. • Specialisation of the knowledge about the modern financial and political situation of the Black Sea. • Spherical examination of historical, cultural, and modern condition of a region with continuously increasing importance for the modern world and culture. Skills:• Search for, analyse, and synthesise archaeological and historical data and information. • Search for, analyse, and synthesise political and financial data and information. • Contribution to archaeological and museology projects with regard to the Black Sea. • Generate new research ideas. • Promote free, creative, and conductive thought. • Decision-making. Competences:• Practical application of the knowledge. • Adjustment to new situations. • Autonomous work. • Group work. • Work within an international environment. • Respect to diversity and multiculturalism. • Respect to the natural environment • Presentation of social, professional, and moral responsibility with regard to ...

    Awarding bodyInternational Hellenic University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece
  6. Master of Science in Social Policy Analysis

    Graduates 1. Students recognize and reflect upon actual policy questions from multidisciplinary frames of thought and of reference that are relevant for the social policy domain. 2. Students recognize and reflect upon social change in society. 3. Students have knowledge and a clear understanding of the process of policy making and ensuing policy impact. 4. Students master the empirical social science research process. 5. Students have comparative knowledge and skills in advanced statistical and methodological concepts and techniques. 6. Students can integrate theoretical, statistical and methodological knowledge and skills into policy relevant research of their own. 7. Students know how to conduct advanced policy evaluation research. 8. Students consciously and with a sense of societal responsibility formulate social policy reform measures. The international character of the IMPALLA programme makes it crucial to add to the above the following domain specific learning outcomes which are in fact, in Flanders, defined on master level: 9. Students can report and present research related information, orally and in written form. 10. Students work constructively together in teams. 11. Students behave in an autonomous and responsible way. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Belgium, Flemish Community