AMIS: International Migration
This course provides a basic understanding of the patterns of international migration. We will look into current theoretical accounts of causes and effects of different types of migration, and we will discuss the challenges and implications they give rise to for migrants as well as societies. International migration is by no means a new phenomenon; however throughout history it has taken rather different forms and taken place under different circumstances. By tracing these historical shifts and turns of international migration, the course aims to contextualize modern forms of migration and to shed light on differences and similarities between then and now. Further, processes of international migration often give rise to a host of political, legal and ethical problems, which engage international institutions as well as state actors. The course will address such problems and how they may be investigated.
Exam code: HMGK03281E
Advanced Migration Studies
Lectures and group instruction
Course compendium & Stephen Castles, Hein de Haas and Mark J. Miller (2020): The Age of Migration (6th ed.), New York, The Guildford Press.
This course is only available to Full Degree Students at Advanced Migration Studies and Erasmus Students visiting through an agreement with Advanced Migration Studies (EuMIGS Partners)
Full Degree Students at Advanced Migration Studies: 1st year students will be registered by the administration. Others register via the SelfService.
Erasmus Students visiting through an agreement with Advanced Migration Studies (EuMIGS Partners): apply for courses in Mobility Online. Questions regarding course registration should be directed to email@example.com.
- 15 ECTS
- Type of assessment
- Type of assessment details
- For students under the 2022-curriculum the exam consist of 30
minutes oral examination without preparation including grading.
For students under the 2019-curriculum the exam consists of 30 minutes preparation and 30 minutes oral examination including grading.
- All aids allowed
- Marking scale
- 7-point grading scale
- Censorship form
- External censorship
Criteria for exam assessment
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- Class Instruction
- Exam Preparation
- Course number
- 15 ECTS
- Programme level
- Full Degree Master
Se Schedule link
International Migration lectures will take place from the beginning of the semester and until appromiximately mid-October
- Study Board of Archaeology, Ethnology, Greek & Latin, History
- SAXO-Institute - Archaeology, Ethnology, Greek & Latin, History
- Faculty of Humanities
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