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MA Humanitarian Action welcomes its first student from Mongolia

18 september 2014

Globalisation Studies Groningen, coordinator of the MA Humanitarian Action and CEASG, welcomes its first student from Mongolia. The student provides the Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA) with a unique perspective on transition in one of Asia's fastest changing democracies.

"I have been thinking about returning to school to complete a master’s since 2010. I learned about NOHA while I was attending a summer school program in global public health at the University of Groningen in 2013. I had been to Groningen before and really enjoyed my time there. During the summer school I was introduced to the international humanitarian action program. This is the year I have a chance to go back to school so that I can work in a job that has some meaning."

Earlier, CEASG facilitated the enrollment of Mongolian PhD researchers at the Faculty of Medical Sciences.

Humanitarian Action is a three semester interuniversity, multidisciplinary Master's programme that provides high quality academic education and professional competencies for persons working or intending to work in the area of international humanitarian action.

Laatst gewijzigd:18 september 2014 13:47

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