During the course, students learn to critically examine mainstream approaches to and conceptualisation of mass education, international development, and climate change, and their relationship to each other. Consideration of these issues extends to a range of critical alternatives to global trends, and suggested courses of action that respond to identified challenges.
Reference is made to the Regulations relating to Admission to Studies at OsloMet. In addition, the following applies to the to the Master Programme in International Education and Development:
The general basis for admission must be completed and passed:
- Bachelor of education, preschool/early childhood education, pedagogy or equivalent, with 60 credits of specialisation in multicultural or international studies, social sciences or religious studies.
- A bachelor’s degree in development studies or other relevant social science disciplines.
- For specialisation in International Education in the Global South (see below) 60 credits of educational science is needed.
International courses and relevant social science subjects include social geography, sociology, social anthropology, political science, economics, history and area studies that cover developing regions or other development-related areas.
How to apply
International exchange students select courses when applying for exchange.
The application deadline is 15 April.
For more information about this course, take a look at the course description (student.oslomet.no).
There is no semester fee for exchange students.
Questions about this course?
You can contact us by e-mail if you have questions about this course.