Double Degree European Master in Labour Studies and Social Policy from University of Bremen offers interdisciplinary training in the field of European labour relations with a particular regional focus on Germany and Italy, as it is an extension of the MEST-programme and part of the main area of study "European Labour Studies".
Students at Double Degree European Master in Labour Studies and Social Policy from University of Bremen will deal with:
- How are different welfare states organized around the world and how do they respond to current challenges such as globalization as well as structural and demographic change?
- How are labor markets and employment relations regulated around the world and what role do labor market, economic, educational and social policy play in the configuration of labor relations?
- What role do trade unions, employer organizations and international organizations like the EU and the ILO play in the systems of industrial relations and the welfare state around the globe?
- How do globalization, tertiarization and European integration impact the labor market, employment relations and social inequality? How can and do international organizations and transnational regulation influence this transformation?
- International and European comparative social policy
- European Labour Studies
- Inequality and Justice
- European labor studies and comparative employment relations
- Inequalities in the labor markets – a comparative approach
- Welfare state and social innovation
- Employment, inequalities and discrimination
- Labor Markets and Globalization
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- A Bachelor’s degree (min. 180 ECTS) in social sciences, educational sciences, human sciences or another related disciplined is required.
- Proven proficiency in English (B2) is mandatory.
- Skills in empirical social science research are recommended.
- Proficiency in German or Italian is not mandatory but very helpful.
- They have to include a letter of motivation for the double degree program into their regular application (max. 2 pages).
- Prior to the application, it is absolutely necessary to contact Anna Hokema (coordinator).
InternationalFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR per year during 24 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR per year during 24 months.
In Bremen, there are no tuition fees. But you do have to pay a semester contribution: 386,39 euro.
Living costs for Bremen
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