Master of Philosophy in Childhood Studies
Welcome to Study Start 2015
Tuesday 11 August - Matriculation Ceremony
Welcoming Ceremony for all new students at NTNU at the lawn behind the Main Building at Gløshaugen Campus Hovedbygningen på Gløshaugen.
After the Matriculation Ceremony buses (free of charge) will take you from Gløshaugen Campus to Dragvoll Campus. The Student Advisor at NOSEB will meet you at the bus stop at Dragvoll and you are invited to lunch at Pavilion C where NOSEB is located.
Wednesday 12 August - Information Day at Dragvoll Campus
Kl 10:00 - 15:00: "Vrimledag" at Dragvoll Campus:
Have tips and advice from experienced students, participate in activities, meet Student Organizations and Student Advisors.
Monday 17 August, 12:00-15:00
Introduction at NOSEB, Dragvoll Campus, Pavilion C, Rooms 103/104
Wednesday 19 August, 14:15-16:00
Information Meeting with the SVT-faculty, Dragvoll Campus, Room D8, Main Building
MPhil in Childhood Studies aims to provide students with an understanding of the relationship between childhood and culture as well as the dynamics between economic, social and political conditions and children's livelihoods and welfare in different contexts.
The programme is open to both international and Norwegian students. Admittance to the programme requires a bachelor's degree in a social science or humanities discipline, or other equivalent education.
MPhil in Childhood Studies will be relevant for building a career related to children and childhood in different public sectors. This may include policy and planning for children's living conditions in ministries and institutions, both locally and internationally. Another important area is NGOs. Read interviews with our former students and see where they are now.
MPhil in Childhood Studies
Degree level: Master (MPhil)
Restricted admission: Yes. Approx. 20 places.
Application deadline: 15 April (Norwegian/Nordic applicants with Norwegian/Nordic degrees), 15 January (International applicants) 1 March (Norwegian applicants with a non-Nordic/non-Norwegian degree)
Department: Norwegian Centre for Child Research
Faculty: The Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management
Validity of information: 2015-2016