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Governance of Migration and Diversity
GMD student testimonials
Elina Jonitz - GMD Sociology
The GMD Master allowed me to seek answers to multiple questions and challenged me to engage with the complexity of migration and diversity in new ways.
Christine Eamer - GMD Public Administration
I have enjoyed learning from all of our engaging professors and gaining a deeper theoretical and multifaceted understanding of the issues within the field.
Nathan Levy - GMD History
The multidisciplinary aspect of the master attracted me. I had an interest in how migration changes cities.
Tara Knegt - GMD Sociology
I’m Tara Knegt and I completed the GMD Master in 2018. I chose to enrol in the Sociology track for the GMD master, since I’m very interested in sociological issues.
Adham Aly - GMD Public Administration
I wanted to study something that would have a social impact and with which I would be able to expand my horizon.
Lhamo Meyer - GMD Sociology
Due to its multidisciplinary approach, this Master’s programme enables students to gain a better understanding of migration and diversity.
Florence Hallack-Wolff - GMD Public Administration
When I first came across the Governance of Migration and Diversity programme I became excited by the fact that it was a one of a kind.
Sevgi Yilmaz - GMD Public Administration
There is so much more to achieve than just a diploma when studying this programme. Studying Governance of Migration and Diversity at the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR), Leiden University, ISS and TU-Delft has widened my perspective.
Basma Mahran - GMD Public Administration
The GMD programme was particularly interesting for me as it is an intersectional programme. Studying at several institutions helped me to understand migration from multiple perspectives.
Eni Prespa - GMD Sociology
What appealed me about the GMD program was that it approached the issue of Migration and Diversity from different perspectives.
Mateja Horvat - GMD Public Administration
My interest in migration and diversity started early on. I was born in Belgrade, still in ex-Yugoslavia, and my parents moved to Slovenia while I was still a young child.