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EU code
5.9 - Others - Education, Teacher Training
Mobility
2 - Master
Location
Free University of Berlin, Germany
Subject
Department of Education and Psychology
Course/Program
Master Degree in Intercultural Education
Language
German and English
Language requirements
For German language DSH 1 is necessary. Furthermore, participants should be fluent in both written and spoken English. Applicants from countries where English is not the language of instruction need to have obtained a score of at least 550 on the TOEFL test (or a score of at least 213 on a computer TOEFL test) or provide proof of an equivalent test or provide proof that part of their education was in English.
Academic requirements
240 ECTS, B.A. of four years, first working experience after graduation
Max available positions
1
Information
This one-year full-time program is directed at all those in the field of education interested in intercultural education. The history of migration in Europe, multicultural settlement areas, racism, and anti-racist initiatives are discussed and explored. Students will reflect on cultural tradition and values in the context of subjective rootedness of national communities. The goal is a critical implementation of intercultural and anti-racist approaches in pedagogical settings. Focus areas include the development of strategies for fighting racism or fostering (second) language competency. The academic year starts on October 1st. Classes are held in English and German. Participants must have fist working experience and a good knowledge of German (DSH 1).
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Duration
12 months between Oct 1 2014 and Oct 1 2015
Contact person
Christina Ayazi (Christina.Ayazi@fu-berlin.de)