This Official Master, which constitutes the main activity of the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence "Immigration and Human Rights at European External Borders - Migration and Human Rights in Europe's External Borders", is presented as an official bilingual postgraduate qualification (70% English / 30% Spanish) to address two intertwined and topical aspects of contemporary international society: international relations in a globalized and changing world, and international migration, which is one of the most controversial and complex aspects of domestic politics national and foreign action of States and International Organizations, marked by respect for the Fundamental Rights of people of any nationality. It thus stands as the only Official Degree in Andalusia that converges the generality of International and European Studies and specialization in the field of Immigration and Human Rights, in an ideal geographical environment such as the Province of Cádiz and the Strait of Gibraltar.
Access profileThis Master has a predominant legal-international profile, so that graduates in Law and other training and studies in Legal Sciences will find it of particular interest. In this way, being in possession of the Official University Degree in Law will be valued with preference over other degrees, in case of an excess of demand. Taking into account the possible professional opportunities focused on the international sphere, such as International Organizations, Think Tanks, NGOs, etc. It would also be pertinent to consider other degrees such as Political Science, Sociology, History, and Economics.Professional outingsThis Master's degree will allow graduates of the different branches to choose a professional specialization aimed at job opportunities linked to both Organizations, International Institutions, International Organizations (diplomacy, officials of national Administrations, experts, agents and international officials), as well as Spanish Administrations and international, and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) specialized in the field of international migration and Human Rights; or for other private sector entities (companies, Think-tanks) that carry out activities related to the subjects taught in the Master.Study planTransverse modulus
Methodology and Case AnalysisMethodology of Research and Academic Skills in English 9
Case Studies in International Relations 3
Case Studies in Migrations and Human Rights 3Specific modules
International Relations and European UnionIntroduction to International Relations 4
International Law, United Nations and EU. Foreign Policy of Spain 4
Security, Conflict and Cooperation in International Society. Intelligence and Security 4
Economic interdependence, environmental sustainability and development cooperation 5Immigration and Human RightsIntroduction to International Migrations and Human Rights 4
Immigration, Refugees and Borders in International Law and European Law. Comparative Law. 8
Human Rights in the International Society and on the southern border of Europe 4Optional module to chooseThe European integration and the European Union in the World 6
Immigrants, NGOs and Rights of foreigners in Spain 6Application moduleMaster's Thesis 6Total Credits: 60 (each credit is equivalent to 25 hours of student work).