|University||Dublin City University|
|Application deadline(s)||July 1, 2023|
|Official Website||Click here|
The School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies offers a Masters of Arts in Refugee Integration, aimed at addressing the needs of migrants arriving in crisis situations from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. While many European societies have established policies and legislation in place for migrant integration, they lack a comprehensive and cohesive approach to address the needs of those arriving in crisis situations.
The programme provides an in-depth, multi-faceted knowledge of the issues raised by the arrival of international protection applicants and refugees in different jurisdictions. As a full-time student, you will take three core modules in Semester 1, along with a year-long research methodology module. In Semester 2, you will have the opportunity to choose three modules from a range of options. The programme is designed to be timetabled in the evening, generally from 4 pm onwards, with each module being delivered on a seminar basis. The course also features presentations by guest speakers from NGOs and practitioners working with people in refugee-like situations.
By completing this programme, students will gain knowledge and skills necessary to ensure the successful integration of refugees and international protection applicants. Students will also acquire advocacy skills to work on behalf of NGOs and grassroots organizations, further knowledge and training in crisis management, and develop policy documents and advocacy campaigns at the local and national level.
The Masters of Arts in Refugee Integration is a comprehensive programme designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to respond to the displacement of people in refugee-like situations and work towards the successful integration of refugees and international protection applicants.