EMA, The European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation
Second Round Deadline:
30 March 2020
12 May 2020
The Global Campus is mindful of how the COVID-19 pandemic is causing major disruptions to our lives, both professional and personal. While we are moving forward as planned with the organisation of the 2020/2021 EMA Programme at this moment in time, we have extended the application deadline. We will accept applications until 12 May, but please note that these applications will not be eligible for financial aid because of the lack of sufficient processing time.
One of the key features of EMA is the impressive range of high-level academics, experts and officials from a variety of institutions and organisations who teach in the programme, provide thesis supervision, and share with students their insights into human rights practice and challenges.
About 70 academics from the participating universities and experts from international IGOs and NGOs contribute to the EMA teaching programme.
In their second semester destinations, students are supervised and supported by the EMA National Directors and other faculty members of the 41 participating universities. Here is the list of EMA Universities and Directors.
EMA and GC Management
Prof. Thérèse Murphy, EMA Chairperson since 2013
Prof. George Ulrich, EMA Programme Director since 2016
Prof. Zdzisław (Dzidek) Kędzia, GC President since 2016
Prof. Manfred Nowak, GC Secretary General since 2016