LAGLOBE is a multidisciplinary and international Master’s programme with a duration of two years (4 semesters – 120 ECTS), taking place in three different universities, in three languages (Spanish, English and French).
- In the first semester (30 ECTS), students will attend classes at Universidad de Salamanca in the Institute of Iberoamerica where they will have courses on Latin America in political science, economics, history and communications.
For more information: http://americo.usal.es/iberoame/
- For the second semester (30 ECTS), students will be studying at the Stockholms Universitet’s Institute of Latin American Studies (LAI), where they will focus on current challenges in Latin America, with special attention given to gender and post-colonialism, democratisation, citizenship and comparative regional integration.
To find out more about the classes offered: https://www.lai.su.se/
- During the third semester (30 ECTS), all students will be studying in Paris, at Université Sorbonne Nouvelle’s Institute of Higher Studies on Latin America (IHEAL), where they will obtain theoretical and methodological bases, as well as courses in sociology, political science, economics, history, geography and anthropology. They will also acquire professional skills-oriented training (decentralised cooperation, development aid policies, territorial diagnostics, etc.).
For further details: http://www.iheal.univ-paris3.fr/
- During the fourth semester (30 ECTS), students will write their Master’s degree thesis with a supervisor chosen from either Universidad de Salamanca, Stockholms Universitet or Université Sorbonne Nouvelle. They will conduct either a:
► Fieldwork (3 weeks to 3 months). Students will benefit from the help of their supervisor as well as a co-supervisor from one of the associated universities in Latin America or Belgium.
► Internship (3 months) with one of the non-academic partners in Latin America or Europe.