MA programme European Studies: Euroculture
will award its first joint diplomas during its upcoming graduation ceremony this Friday, December 11th. Euroculture students who started the programme in 2013 or after will receive this joint diploma, which is awarded by both the University of Groningen and a European partner university of the Euroculture consortium.
Awarding joint diplomas is a logical step in the internationalization of education, but it can take years of hard work for international programmes like Euroculture to fulfill the legal and administrative requirements to hand out such a joint document to its students. In the Faculty of Arts, there are only two other specializations, International Humanitarian Action (NOHA) and Clinical Linguistics (EMCL) which are able to award joint degrees.
The Euroculture specialization is an Erasmus Mundus Master programme of European Studies with a focus on European society, politics and culture in a global context.
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The Board of the University of Groningen has appointed Prof. Anthonya (Thony) Visser as the new Dean of the Faculty of Arts as of 1 November 2019.