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EMMIR is a 2-year Erasmus Mundus master's degree in Migration and Intercultural Relations run by a consortium of 7 partner institutions in Europe and Africa. 

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Last website update: June 2019.

Life as an emmirian

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Who are EMMIRians?

So far, 7 cohorts of EMMIR students have graduated, while 2 cohorts are still in their studies. There are over 230 students, including around 60 current students and 170 graduates. Here are some numbers that can help give an overview of our diverse network on EMMIRians (updated January 2019, not including most recently graduated cohort 7):

Where are our students now?

As of September 2019, Cohort 8 (2018-2020) students are currently undergoing their third semester mobility. In December, they will meet in Oldenburg once again to present their thesis proposals at a colloquium of students and consortium members.  

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Cohort 7 (2017-2019) recently graduated! Congratulations to you all, we are proud of your hard work. 

 

Cohort 9 (2019-2021) students have started their first semester with the notorious 'Intensive Phase' and are busy with readings, group presentations, and individual papers.

Cohort 7 students eating lunch on the lawn at Wits University during their third semester in South Africa. September 2018.

Cohort 7 students conducting their internships at Nakivale Settlement in Uganda celebrated International Youth Day in August 2018.

Cohort 8 students on a study trip in Berlin, learning about the topic 'Gender and Genocide'. November 2018.

our graduates

COHORT 2 (2012-2014)

COHORT 4 (2014-2016)

COHORT 6 (2016-2018)

Cohort 3 (2013-2015)

COHORT 5 (2015-2017)

COHORT 7 (2017-2019)

The EMMIR theatre

Every first semester during the IP, EMMIR students are invited to record and create a video about their cohort to be presented during the opening ceremony at the end of September. Some cohorts have chosen not to participate in this activity, but have created other videos during their studies. The following are a sampling of videos created by our students: