Are you interested in applying to graduate studies at Carleton? Join us for an informal presentation by the Migration and Diaspora Studies Program Director, James Casteel, and MDS Program Administrator Marcel Regenberg about Carleton University’s innovative, interdisciplinary Master of Arts in Migration and Diaspora Studies. We are currently accepting applications for the 2022-23 academic year, deadline for funding consideration is Feb. 1, 2022. This MA program allows you to study the social, cultural, political, and economic implications of the movement and transnational settlement of people. The program also offers valuable experiential learning opportunities including co-op and practicum placement options. The program builds on the expertise of over 45 faculty associates in Migration and Diaspora Studies and their extensive research and practitioner networks that have made Carleton a national and international leader in these fields.
Migration and Diaspora Studies is also offering a Graduate Diploma that can be combined with another Carleton MA or PhD program or as a stand-alone diploma.
To Register and receive the Zoom link, please visit: https://carleton.ca/mds/cu-events/mds-graduate-programs-info-session-webinar-2/
We hope to see you there (and if you can’t make it, please check out the links or email MDS)
For more information:
MDS Graduate program FAQ: https://carleton.ca/mds/faqs/
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