This master's degree promotes the acquisition of the skills necessary to understand the processes that underlie contact and communication between cultures. This training hence aims to contribute to the exercising of active participation and citizenship in the framework of the growing complexity and diversity of contemporary societies. It is aimed at those interested in how relations between people, groups and cultures take place and how this can be used in the construction of more inclusive societies (intercultural field).
Candidates are required to meet one of the following prerequisites:
The course lasts for four semesters (24 months) and it includes a curricular component and the development of an original scientific dissertation. The first and second semesters are composed of nine course units (70 ECTS). In the third and fourth semesters students are required to attend to compulsory course unit, Dissertation Guidance Seminar (10 ECTS) and to achieve the dissertation (50 ECTS).