The M.A. in Childhood Studies and Children's Rights is a joint interdisciplinary study program of East and West European universities.
There are two alternatives on how to study the 1,5 year program:
1. You begin your studies at one university (e.g. FU Berlin) and conclude the program at a partner university in the second semester. Successful graduation leads to the award of a "dual degree" of the two universities you studied at. Please be aware that you have to chose one superviser from each university to obtain a dual degree.
This alternative is available at the partner universities: Freie Universität Berlin, Germany and Universitatea Babes-Bolyai in Cluj- Napoca (UBB), Romania.
2. Students enrol at a "host university" (e.g. FU Berlin) and have the possibility to take a module at a partner university in the second semester. The credits earned are recognized as part of the curriculum at the host university and form part of the degree.
Partner universities are:
- Freie Universität Berlin (FU), Germany
- Institute of Education (IoE), University of London , UK
- Universidad Complutense Madrid (UCM), Spain
- Stockholms Universitet, Sweden
- Universiteit van Amsterdam (UvA), Netherlands
- Universitatea Babes-Bolyai in Cluj- Napoca (UBB), Romania
- Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza (UAIC), Iasi , Romania
- Universiteit Antwerpen (UA), Belgien
- Mykolo Romerio Universitetas (MRU), Vilnius , Litauen
- Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch(IUKB), Sion , Schweiz
- Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal
- Siauliai University, Siauliai, Litvia
- Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Exchange is principally organized via Socrates-Erasmus bilateral agreements. There are limited places at each partner university. The selection of students take place via a formal application procedure. But if the student's have already participated at the Erasmus exchange in privious studies, they can not obtain the scolarship again. For more information on mobility in the frame of Socrates- Erasmus, please consult the webpage.