- Historical perspectives on ethnicity and migration, 7,5 credits
- Intersectional migration studies – bodies, genders, sexualities, 7,5 credits
- The world system in the post-colonial era, 7,5 credits
- Class, labour migration and globalization, 7,5 credits
- Methodologies in ethnic and migration studies, 7,5 credits
- Race, ethnicity and migration in culture and the arts, 7,5 credits
- Migration an asylum policy in the European Union, 7,5 credits
- Critical cases in ethnic and migration studies, 7,5 credits
In the third semester, students can select a profile of specialisation. This is done either through studies abroad (see below) for the entire semester, or by following elective courses in the second half of the semester, or by internship in the second half of the semester. If you chooses elective courses or an internship in the second half of the semester, you will follow two campus-based courses at REMESO in the first half:
Migration, health and biopolitics, 7,5 credits
Inclusion, citizenship and exclusion, 7,5 credits
Option: Elective course/s, 15 credits or Internship/Teaching practice, 15 credits
During the second half of the third semester, students can take one or more elective courses on advanced level within Linköping University or at other universities (for a total of 15 credits). Alternatively, students can choose to do an internship or teaching practice in the second half of the semester.
Option: Studies abroad, 30 credits
Students can do their third semester of studies abroad. Students wishing to take advantage of this possibility must consult with the programme director in order to make sure credits will be transferred.
Master’s thesis 30 credits
The topic of the master’s dissertation is decided together with the supervisor. The master’s thesis shall be written within the main area of study, Ethnic and Migration Studies. It is normally written in English but may also be written in Swedish or other languages, depending on the linguistic competencies of the supervisor and faculty.