The 13th edition of the  Master in Migration Studies, promoted by GRITIM-UPF, consists of 28 enrolled students (out of 89 applicants), out of which 3 are doing  Double Degree program with the University of Liège, Belgium, 1 from our joint-agreement with European University of Rotterdam (The Nethedlands) and 2 Erasmus Studens from EuMigs-IMISCOE.

In this edition, students are from 13 different countries (Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Turkey, United States, United Kingdom). International students make up 80% of the class, and the gender composition is 92% female, 8% male. In addition, these students have diverse academic backgrounds (International Relations, Political Science, Geography and Social Anthropology, History, Sociology, Communications and Media Studies, Global Studies, Foreign Languages and Literature, Journalism and Communication Science, European Studies).

As the Director of this Master´s program emphasized since the 1st day of class, having a diverse group of students yields greater productivity and enhanced learning, while enabling students to live with and learn from differences. For this reason, the classroom framework confirms that a diversity-focused group of students is a long-standing priority for GRITIM-UPF.

Get to know this multinational and multidisciplinary class!

13th edition at a glance

Number of applicants: 89

Intake of students: 28

Countries represented: 13 (80% international students)

Gender Composition: 92% female, 8% male

Students from previous years