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Master of Arts in Human Rights and Democratization

Successful students of the Regional Master’s Programme in Human Rights and democratization will receive a Master of Arts degree in European Studies, specialization –Human rights and Democratization. The degree will be accompanied by a diploma supplement, which will list all the courses the student has attended and the grades received.

 

ECTS

The MA programme in Human rights and Democratization is a one year Master’s Programme that is divided into two semesters. The Master’s Programme is guided by the Bologna Standards, including ECTS student assessment.  It is made up of 60 credits.

 

 

 

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This project is implemented
by the YSU Centre for European Studies
Yerevan State
University
Taras Shevchenko
National University
of Kyiv
Belarusian State
University
University of European
Political and Economic
Studies (USPEE)
European Inter
University Centre