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Kia Ora!  Dunedin is a relatively small but lively city with a loads of activities, student clubs, amazing landscapes and great opportunities to grasp New Zealand as a country that is in the midst of finding its postcolonial way. With the amazing help of Uni staff in any matter
Our stay in Canada, more accurately in Halifax, has been a wonderful experience combining an academic focus on International Development Studies from sociological, economical, and methodological perspectives, experiencing some sort of a „Canadian“ lifestyle as well as getting to know people from both the rurally charming province of Nova
My main motivation to come study in Australia was that I wanted to study at a non-European university to challenge my thinking. Macquarie did not disappoint. At Macquarie’s Department for Indigenous Studies, I found a course that critically engaged with Western paradigms by introducing concepts from Indigenous scholarship and
The more than 90 EMGS first year students from all over the world gathered in the Flemish town Lokeren from 30th November to December 4th for the annual winter school of the European Master Global Studies programme that was organized under the topic “global challenges”. On the first day