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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
For the 15th time the EMGS Consortium has awarded the prizes for the “Best EMGS Graduate” as well as the “Best EMGS Master Thesis” during the Graduation Ceremony in Leipzig. In 2022 two students, graduated with an average grade of 1.0 (“excellent” according to the German grading system). Taking
Since more than a decade one of the most important annual events in the EMGS calendar is the Graduation Ceremony. This years’ EMGS Graduates had however not only the chance to celebrate their successful completion of the programme but to also present and discuss their Master theses in a
After graduating from the EMGS programme in September 2021, Mariama Diallo pursued a one-year postgraduate Master of Arts programme in EU external relations and European diplomacy at the College of Europe in Bruges. Currently, she is doing a Blue Book Traineeship at the European Commission – Directorate General for
The graduation season is upon us, and many EMGS students are departing on their career paths. We will surely miss the university walls and all friends they brought us, but the adventure of Erasmus Mundus does not need to end. Are looking to stay involved in the Erasmus Mundus