In the context of the Capacity Building Project MIGRANTS The Higher Institute of Human Sciences (University of Tunis El Manar), The Faculty of Human and Social Sciences (University of Tunis), The Faculty of Letters, Arts and Humanities (University of La Manouba) launch an interdisciplinary Joint Master Degree in “Migration Studies: Governance, Policies and Cultures”.
The Master Degree in “Migration Studies: Governance, Policies, and Cultures” will be an interdisciplinary two years programme that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the opportunities and challenges represented by international migrations.
MIGRANTS aims at a capacity building action that strengthens the Tunisian governance of migratory flows thanks to the training of highly skilled personnel able to govern, in a holistic and multidisciplinary way, the migratory phenomena in the Euro-Mediterranean Region.
MIGRANTS promotes an approach, which does not separate teaching from research.
Research makes teaching up-to-date, capable of addressing current issues, and giving students knowledge and skills that enable them to access the world of work.
An intense week of Job Shadowing activities has been concluded in Palermo. The event has been organized by CLEDU... read more
Cooperation and Migration Studies: the final event of the Migrants Project organized by Unipa in Palermo
Great participation for the final stage of the project "Migrants", a program of Capacity Building for Higher Education funded... read more
Cooperation and Migration Studies: Unipa organizes the final event of the Migrants Project in Palermo
From 10 to 19 July, the city of Palermo will be the setting of the final stage of the... read more
Call for applications for the third edition of the MIGRANTS Master’s Degree is now open till 19th July
After the incredible success of the first 2 editions, the Call for applications for the third edition of the MIGRANTS... read more
Our second-year master’s student in Migration Studies has pubblished an article about refugees rights in Tunisia
Weslety Souhayel, a second-year masters student in Migration Studies: Governance, Policies and Cultures, within Migrants Project, has been published... read more