About Globed…

The Master in Education Policies for Global Development (GLOBED) aims to set new standards as an international Master in the field of globalization, education and international development. The GLOBED has recently been awarded an Erasmus+ grant by the European Commission for the period 2018-2024.

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The Master in Education Policies for Global Development (GLOBED) aims to set new standards as an international Master in the field of globalization, education and international development. The GLOBED has recently been awarded an Erasmus+ grant by the European Commission for the period 2018-2024.

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Study program

The Master in Education Policies for Global Development (GLOBED) is a postgraduate Masters programme (120 ECTS), taught full-time over 2 years and divided in 4 semesters (30 ECTS each).
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Admission & Selection

GLOBED is designed to offer a scientific and theory-oriented study programme on high academic level with a strong emphasis on project work intended to highly motivated graduates, who already successfully completed a first cycle degree.
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Lecturers & Partners

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Alumni

We are building a big family of highly prepared graduates, ready to work in research or in the academic world.
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Consortium

The Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), the University of Bremen (UB), the University of Cyprus (UCY), and the University of Glasgow (UoG) take part of the consortium to jointly design and deliver a 120 ECTS Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD).
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Previous editions

Since 2015, three editions of students have passed through the classrooms of GLOBED. They all took part in Consortium 2014/19 and studied in the Autonomous University of Barcelona, in the University of Oslo and in the University of Malta. Today we are welcoming the fourth edition (Consortium 2019/24).
CONSORTIUM 2014/19 CONSORTIUM 2019/24
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