Studier KirkeSamfunn Master

Master in Community Development and Social Innovation

Do you want to learn more about grassroots community development, civil society, diversity, and being an agent and leader for social change?


  • Studiested

    Oslo

    Studieform

    Heltid

    Studiestart

    14. august 2023

    Søknadsfrist

    15. april 2023

    Støttes av Lånekassen

    Ja

    Studiepoeng

    120

  • Studiested

    Stavanger

    Studieform

    Heltid

    Studiestart

    14. august 2023

    Søknadsfrist

    15. april 2023

    Støttes av Lånekassen

    Ja

    Studiepoeng

    120

    Søk opptak, fakta og organisering

    • Oslo (Heltid)
      • Studiested Oslo
      • Studiestart 14. august 2023
      • Søknadstart 15. november 2022
      • Søknadsfrist 15. april 2023
      • Programkode MACOMM_OSL
      • Studiepoeng 120
      • Studieform Heltid
      • Studiets lengde 2
      • Støttes av lånekassen Ja
      • Studieplasser
      • Undervisningsspråk Engelsk

      Priser

      • Semesteravgift NOK 600
      • Kopiavgift/studentråd NOK 320
      • Studieavgift NOK 8100
      • Totalt per semester NOK 9020

      Programansvarlig

      Søk opptak

      Master in Community Development and Social Innovation Heltid Oslo (MACOMM_OSL)

      Studiestart 14. august 2023
      Søknadsfrist 15. april 2023

      Opptakskrav

      Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree within social sciences, humanities, theology, religious studies, health or social work, and meet our general admission requirements.

      Download the application form. This must be included in your online application.

      Please also refer to our general admission requirements and our application guidelines.

      For studies commencing August 2024, the application deadline will be 1 December 2023 for applicants outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland. The application portal will open 15 October 2023.

      Questions regarding admission?

      Please e-mail Admissions at opptak@vid.no

    • Stavanger (Heltid)
      • Studiested Stavanger
      • Studiestart 14. august 2023
      • Søknadstart 15. november 2022
      • Søknadsfrist 15. april 2023
      • Programkode MACOMM_STAV
      • Studiepoeng 120
      • Studieform Heltid
      • Studiets lengde 2
      • Støttes av lånekassen Ja
      • Studieplasser
      • Undervisningsspråk Engelsk

      Priser

      • Semesteravgift NOK 460
      • Kopiavgift/studentråd NOK 320
      • Studieavgift NOK 8100
      • Totalt per semester NOK 8880

      Programansvarlig

      Søk opptak

      Master in Community Development and Social Innovation Heltid Stavanger (MACOMM_STAV)

      Studiestart 14. august 2023
      Søknadsfrist 15. april 2023

      Opptakskrav

      Applicants must hold a bachelor's degree within social sciences, humanities, theology, religious studies, health or social work, and meet our general admission requirements.

      Download the application form. This must be included in your online application.

      Please also refer to our general admission requirements and our application guidelines.

      For studies commencing August 2024, the application deadline will be 1 December 2023 for applicants outside the EU, EEA and Switzerland. The application portal will open 15 October 2023.

      Questions regarding admission?

      Please e-mail Admissions at opptak@vid.no

      Mer informasjon

      Har du spørsmål om opptak, ta kontakt med Kristoffer Mällberg, studiekonsulent, Stavanger, telefon: +47 400 32 684, e-post: kristoffer.mallberg@vid.no

    Global trends increasingly affect local societies. Both individual citizens and local actors in civil society, religious organizations, churches, welfare, and health services have to adjust to new frameworks and situations of constant change.

    Spørsmål og svar

    • What can you learn?

      Our new master's degree prepares students to solve societal challenges in local and global communities. Are you looking for a future job where you can contribute to sustainable societal development? Do you want to acquire skills that foster cooperation and social innovation?

      Starting from the UN sustainable development goals, this master's programme in Community Development and Social Innovation offers a platform for learning about cooperation and leading for change. Candidates will be prepared to initiate and nurture processes of interaction between different cultures and sectors in society (public, private, civil society), between varying secular and religious life stances and between professionals and volunteers.

    • Who can apply?

      We offer a cross-disciplinary programme directed towards students with a bachelor's degree who want to learn more about frameworks and methods for bottom-up development and change in local and global contexts.

      The programme emphasizes both global outreach and a close connection to various fields of practice. Therefore, students are invited from a range of relevant professional backgrounds, disciplines, and work experience from all over the world in order to create an innovative and international environment for discussion and sharing of knowledge.

      For admission, we require a bachelor's degree in social sciences, humanities, theology, religious studies, health or social work.

    • What about spesializations?

      The programme has three different specializations on two campuses. You can study either in Norway’s thriving capital, Oslo – or in Stavanger, an international town on the west coast surrounded by stunning nature. Choose between the following specializations:

      • Diakonia and Leadership in Christian Social Practice (Oslo)

      Diakonia has its value basis in a Christian tradition, emphasizing service to the world which is rooted in ‘being’ Church in different contexts, both locally and globally.

      • Value-Based Leadership and Social Innovation (Oslo)

      This specialization has a particular focus on social innovation and value-based leadership within social welfare and the health sector, in and outside of Christian and other traditions, beliefs and worldviews.

      • Migration and Intercultural Relations (Stavanger)

      In a globalized world, communication and engagement are key factors in building strong communities, and this specialization will focus on issues of diversity, engagement across boundaries, communication, and migration, including online and digital literacy.

      Students must select one of the specializations when enrolling for the programme.

    • Are student exchanges a possibility?

      All students are strongly encouraged to spend one semester during their studies abroad in one of our partner institutions in for instance Cape Town, Kampala, Heidelberg, Budapest, or Stockholm.

    • Course language

      All courses within the programme will be taught in English.

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