European History (master's two years)
Why choose this programme?
Do you wonder why “Brexit” happened or how Napoleon felt about the defeat at Waterloo? Do you have a special interest in European History? Would you like to gather experience, perspectives and knowledge at different universities in Europe? The Joint Master in European History programme allows you to pursue all of this and gain a profound international education.
The programme offers a unique opportunity to study European History at several leading universities in Europe. If you have a special interest within the scope of European History, and would like to gather experience, perspectives and knowledge from several scholars, this would be a good choice for you. As a student in the Master in European History programme, you get a broad historical background, alternating and inspiring study environments and a solid, international education.
Some of the advantages of joining this programme:
- A broad teaching and research competence at 11 universities in 10 European capitals
- A great chronological, geographical and team variation in the lectures and seminars on offer
- A critical understanding and deep insight into the continuous change of Europe's politics, society, economy and culture
- You will gain knowledge of European history both as an example of international and transnational contexts and as part of larger global processes
- A flexibility in the study programme: the choice between 1 or 2 semesters of exchange
- New perspectives on familiar topics through meeting international peers, lecturers and supervisors
- Opportunities to gain competencies and experience that are relevant in subsequent careers
- Students who aspire to an academic career will benefit from contacts to research environments outside Norway
- The opportunity to attend summer schools as an integral part of the study programme
Universitetet i Oslo – Norges største universitet
Universitetet i Oslo, UiO, ble grunnlagt i 1811 og er Norges største og mest tradisjonsrike institusjon for høyere utdanning. Skolen har ca. 30 000 studenter og 7000 ansatte. UiO har åtte fakulteter, som alle tilbyr både enkeltemner, årsenheter, bachelorprogrammer, masterprogrammer...