APMA, The Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation in Asia Pacific
First Round Deadline:
29 February 2020
Second Round Deadline:
30 May 2019
What is APMA?
The Asia Pacific Master of Arts in Human Rights and Democratisation (APMA) is an interdisciplinary one-year programme that reflects the inseparable links between human rights, democracy, and peace and development in the Asia Pacific region.
The combination of taking your courses in two countries, the expertise of your professors, and the diversity of your class gives you a unique learning experience that’s hard to find elsewhere.
The relevance of human rights and democratisation in the world today cannot be overstated. It is also a rewarding and challenging field of study. It is a rewarding and challenging field of study. If you are passionate about helping change the world, then studying with us is just the right thing for you.
Our APMA graduates are now working on civil and political rights, climate change, food security, disaster prevention, mitigation, and management, and humanitarian aid and development, to name a few. They are found in intergovernmental and government agencies, national and international human rights and development organizations, grassroots movements, and the academe.