Master's Degree Programme, 2 years

Master of Science in Globalization, Politics and Culture

Globalization, Politics and Culture

About Globalization, Politics and Culture

Globalization and the increased interconnectedness created by the rapid flow of capital, people, goods, images and ideologies across national boundaries requires a new set of specialized educational tools. The two-year Master in Globalization, Politics and Culture prepares students to analyze the complex interactions between the political, economic, cultural and social trends which are having profound effects on our contemporary world.


Admission

Preliminary application deadline for International students (including Quota students) is 15 January. For Norwegian students the deadline is 15th of April.

See here if you meet the requirements and find out how to apply.


Career Prospects

This Master's programme is designed to provide its students with the specialist knowledge and transferable skills to pursue careers in global corporations, non-governmental organizations or with international campaigning groups. 


Programme Components

The master's programme in Globalization, Poltics and Culture involves two years of full-time studies. The workload for a full-time student for one academic year is 60 credits.

The programme is structured around core courses and elective courses (7.5 credits). In addition, the programme consists of an internship (30 credits) and a master's thesis (30 credits).

 


Student guidance

Please contact us if you have any questions:
e-mail: geo@svt.ntnu.no
phone: +47 73 59 19 10

You can also visit us at campus Dragvoll in Building 7, level 4.


Master in Globalization, Politics and Culture

Degree level: Master
Restricted admission: Yes
Application deadline: 15 April (Norwegian/Nordic applicants with Norwegian/Nordic degrees), 15 January (International applicants) 1 March (Norwegian applicants with a non-Nordic degree)
Department: Department of Geography
Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management
Validity of information: 2014-2015