- The main objectives of this Master's programme are to train students to:
recognize the theoretical and methodological approaches to city life, migration, citizenship building and social intervention models.
understand, analyse and intervene in phenomena related to migration and the social and cultural life of urban society in the context of plurality, dynamics and constant transformation.
appreciate the inherent complexity of these phenomena from a theoretical and methodological background in Anthropology and Social Work and from an interdisciplinary approach.
- Possible employment areas for future graduates include:
Social diagnosis and urban planning.
Intercultural relations, migration and cultural diversity.
International development and cooperation.
Intervention in the field of personal, social and health services.
Applied research and consultancy.
Teaching and basic research.
Dr. Yolanda Bodoque Puerta