Why study MA Comparative Drug and Alcohol Studies at Middlesex University?
The master is being run jointly by four universities: Middlesex University; Aarhus University (Denmark); University del Piemonte Orientale "A. Avogardo" (Italy); and Universitas Miguel Hernandez de Elche-Alicante (Spain). With access to a group of European teachers and students, you will have opportunities to share research findings as well as experiences and personal knowledge about your own countries. You will also have the chance to study in partner universities or undertake placements in Europe and international agencies and gain career development through utilising work-based learning approaches and internships.
The programme is taught primarily through distance learning methods complemented by some face-to-face tuition. The 'Introduction to Drug and Alcohol Studies' induction is delivered as a four-and-a-half-day face-to-face intensive study block at one of the partner institutions. It brings together staff and students from the other countries delivering the programme. Please note that travel and accommodation expenses are self-funded.
- Unique comparative perspective
Delivered by experts at four universities across Europe (Denmark, Italy, Spain and the UK) Students have the opportunity to work and collaborate with staff and fellow students across Europe and internationally Option to study in partner universities or undertake placements in European and international organisations, such as the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction Opportunities for career development through utilising work-based learning approaches and internships Possibilities for CPD study.
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