|Место обучения||Литва, Вильнюс|
|Тип||Магистр, полная академическая нагрузка|
|Номинальная продолжительность||1.5 years (90 ECTS)|
|Присваиваемая квалификация||M.Sc. (Master of Social Sciences)|
|Плата за обучение||3 200 € за год|
|Регистрационный взнос||400 € один раз
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Заявления из следующих стран НЕ приняты (основываясь на гражданстве): Бангладеш, Ирак, Йемен, Пакистан.
The program aims to prepare highly qualified sociologists with critical analysis, scientific and practical work skills, who are able to systematically analyze relevant societal phenomena and challenges related to gender categories established in social relations and institutes; to prepare and implement sociological research projects in accordance to the research ethics; to propose possible solutions to social problems related to gender norms on the basis of the results of sociological research; to work in a multicultural environment, to plan independently and to pursue a professional career.
The only full-fledged Master’s Degree program in Gender Studies in Lithuania and Belarus;
The program is based on more than 20-year-old tradition in the field of gender studies of EHU;
The program is prepared on the basis of experience of Western universities and the relevant research and pedagogical potential of European Humanities University as well as invited foreign experts;
All courses are taught in English;
Blended learning format, combining full-time education in Vilnius and distance learning;
Unique teaching staff, including highly qualified and experienced specialists in the field of gender studies;
Combination of theory and practice, research and projects’ activities focused on gender dimension;
Emphasis on development of the research skills of students;
The interdisciplinary approach that provides students with a solid knowledge of gender dimension in such fields as law, political sciences, etc.;
analysts at national and international research centers;
professionals in gender studies;
employees of governmental and non-governmental organizations;
employees of personnel services and agencies, media agencies, educational institutions, etc.