Migration Studies - MPP specialisation webinar
Presenter: Prof. Melissa Siegel, UNU-MERIT
Is the Master's specialisation in Migration Studies the right specialisation for you? Join this live presentation and Q&A session to find out all you need to know about this specialisation!
During this webinar, Specialisation Coordinator Melissa Siegel will deep-dive into the contents and specificities of the specialisation. With the support of our current master’s students and alumni, it will be a session dedicated to answering your questions and providing you with all of the information necessary to assist you in choosing your MPP specialisation.
The specialisation in Migration Studies is one of the seven specialisations offered within the Master of Science in Public Policy and Human Development, a one-year double-degree programme run by United Nations University-MERIT and Maastricht University in Maastricht, the Netherlands.
This specialisation trains students for the international labour market as policy advisors, practitioners, researchers, etc., working for governments, international organisations or academic institutions. Migration is a controversial topic in the international and national policy arena and the effects of migration on migrants, their families and communities in the destination and origin countries need to be studied carefully. While mass media often focus on a few spectacularly problematic cases, the courses in this specialisation study the key issues in-depth and with scientific rigour.
For any questions, please contact Communications Officer Sueli Brodin.
About the speaker
Melissa Siegel is a Professor of Migration Studies and Head of Migration Studies at UNU-MERIT where she manages several migration research projects, coordinates the Migration Studies Specialisation as part of the Master’s Programme in Public Policy and Human Development and formerly headed the Migration Management Diploma Programme. She is Co-Director of the Maastricht Center for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE). She currently holds the Chair of the UNU Migration Network and is a Research Associate at the Center on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) at the University of Oxford.
Date: 30 March 2021
Time: 11:00 - 11:45 CET