Facts about this program :
- In July 2011, GEMMA - Master's Degree in Women's and Gender Studies was once again selected for funding under the prestigious Erasmus Mundus brand and distinguished from amongst 177 submitted project proposals as “a pilot project and model in the field of Women´s Studies and Gender Studies in a European and global perspective”.
- In July 2011, GEMMA was once again selected for funding under the prestigious Erasmus Mundus brand and distinguished from amongst 177 submitted project proposals as “a pilot project and model in the field of Women´s Studies and Gender Studies in a European and global perspective”. The GEMMA Consortium has recently submitted a new bid to the European Commission and is waiting for the selection results.
- GEMMA at offered by University of Granada is unique in the way it brings together approaches to feminism from all cardinal points in Europe. Created as a result of the concerted efforts of several universities working together within the ATHENA network, the GEMMA Consortium represents the harmonization of seven different institutions from six European countries: University of Granada (coordinator), University of Bologna, Central European University (Budapest), University of Hull, University of Lód?, University of Oviedo and University of Utrecht. GEMMA is thus the fine tuning of North European, South European and Central European higher education institutions where Women’s and Gender studies is one of the main elements of their postgraduate offer.
- Since the 6th edition of the programme, the extended GEMMA Consortium also includes eight other North, Central and South American universities which participate as associates partners: Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina), Universidad Estatal de Campinas en Sao Paulo (Brazil), Universidad de Chile (Chile), Florida International University (USA), Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Colombia), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico), and Rutgers University (USA). And from next academic year, University of Columbia (USA), University of New York (USA), University of Redlands (USA), Cátedra UNESCO de Cultura y Educación para la paz Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja (Ecuador), Cátedra de la Mujer at Universidad de la Habana, Cuba, and the Centre for Women’s Studies in Zagreb (Croatia) join them also as associate partners. These prestigious higher education institutions will participate in GEMMA through an innovative e-learning program in collaboration with the Virtual Training Centre at the University of Granada (CEVUG), enhancing the singularity of this EMJMD in its transatlantic extended consortium.
- GEMMA also collaborates with women’s studies research and promotion institutions such as Biblioteca Amilcar Cabral (Italy), Associazione Orlando (Italy), Atria, Institute on Gender Equality and Women’s History (the Netherlands) and The Equality Unit at the University of Granada; public administration actors such as Instituto Asturiano de la Mujer (Spain), Diputación de Granada (Spain), Gender Equality and Human Rights Commission of the Legislative Asembly of Emilia Romagna Region (Italy), and Hull City Council (United Kingdom); companies and enterprise associations, such as AIDDA, Associazione Imprenditrici e Donne Dirigenti di Azienda, HERA (Italy), CAN Impresa Donne di Bologna, Espora – Consultoría de Género (Spain); feminist activist organizations and NGO’s, such as Acción en Red (Spain), Hombres por la Igualdad (Spain), Equal Opportunities’ Office of ASC InSieme, Azienda Speciale Interventi Sociali Valli dal Reno Lavino e Samoggia (Italy), and Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory (the Netherlands); academic and professional networks, such as ATGENDER - The European Association for Gender Research (the Netherlands), Fundación IES Granada (Spain), EWA, European Women’s Audiovisual Network (France), and Inter-America Organization for Higher Education (OUI-IOHE) (Colombia); academic publishers such as Peter Lang AG International Academic Publishers, KRK Ediciones (Spain), Colección Feminae (Spain), Nomadías journal (Chile), Cadernos PAGU journal (Brazil), and Mora journal (Argentina).
- At the end of their studies, GEMMA students obtain a double degree, issued by the two institutions where they have conducted their studies. The official languages used at the partner universities are Spanish, English and Italian.
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- Feminist History
- Feminist Theory
- Feminist Methodology
- Gender and Violence in the Old German Literatures
- Methods, Sources, Research and Documentation for Women´s Studies
- Woman and Social Sciences
- Women and Law
- Women and Science
- Women Painters in Western History of Arts
- Women´s Popular Culture
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Current resume or CV
- Bachelor degree or equivalent (min. 180 ECTS, 3 years of study) or a certificate confirming the expected date of graduation. Your degree must be available before the commencement of your study in GEMMA.
- (Copy of) Official academic records
- Average grade certificate
- Language certificate
- Copy of Passport
- Proof of residence
- Motivation Letter
International821 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 821 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
EU/EEA821 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 821 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
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