This degree (formerly MSc European Identities) aims to respond to the increasingly important public debate on the meaning and limits of Europe. The programme offers students interested in philosophically informed social and political analysis the opportunity to investigate a wide range of issues around the intersections of European culture, society and identity. Students can expect to examine the idea of Europe; the development of a European political project; the tradition of Eurocentrism; and explore the policy implications of ethnic diversity and migration. Attracting students from both the humanities and the social sciences, this degree gives students the opportunity to explore a range of different methodological and theoretical approaches to Europe today.
For more information on the MSc European Studies (Ideas and Identities) programme, please refer to the video below: