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About this course
This programme provides you with a solid theoretical, conceptual, and methodological foun-dation for the empirical study of social issues where gender and/or sexuality are explicitly or implicitly at stake.
- Applicants should have at least a Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent thereof, in a field relevant to the Master’s degree.
- English Language qualifications which are accepted / fulfill the university's requirements.