Indigenous studies at the University of Tromsø offers you the opportunity to learn more about indigenous peoples around the world. The programme gives you a unique opportunity to specialise in comparative indigenous issues, with perspectives from the fields of history, social anthropology, political sciences and law and culture and language.
With this educational background, you will be
qualified for work within teaching and education, promotion and
implementation of indigenous issues internationally, civil society
organisations, government and public sector, project management, and for
further research and studies in indigenous issues.
is designed to give students an expertise in understanding and
critically analysing the situation of indigenous peoples in terms of
legal rights, political situations, economic adaptions, textual
representations and individual and collective identifications with their
The programme is open to both self-financed
applicants and students applying for a scholarship (Quota). When equal
formal qualifications are documented, the Quota scholarships will be
granted to applicants with an indigenous background.
Students from following UArctic Institutions can apply for a Quota scholarship:
Invitation to apply: Master's in Indigenous Studies at UiT
Fri, Nov 16, 2012