On Thursday 31 January we organised a live webinar about our Master’s programme in Migration, Ethnic Relations and Multiculturalism. Programme Coordinator Fenella Fleischmann provide you with detailed information. Lena, one of our students, shared personal experiences with you.

What we covered

  • Insights into the programme, study scheme and research areas;
  • Student stories about the programme and life as a student in Utrecht
  • Career prospects and how we prepare you for the job market;
  • Admission requirements and deadlines.

Watch the webinar

About the hosts

Fenella Fleischmann
Fenella is Programme Coordinator for, and alumna of, the MSc in Migration, Ethnic Relations and Multiculturalism. She also coordinates the Master’s Thesis, teaches in the Research Seminars and the course on Immigrant Integration. Her research revolves around the comparative study of the integration of immigrants and their descendants, with a particular focus on the role of religion.

Lena Arnold
Lena is a second year Master's student in Migration, Ethnic Relations, and Multiculturalism. She was born in Germany and completed her Bachelor's studies in Sociology and Political Science at the University of Konstanz (Germany) in 2017. After an Erasmus Semester at the University of Amsterdam and increasing interest in migration and integration topics she decided to move to Utrecht for her Master's studies. 

Nora Storz
Nora is the tutor for the MSc in Migration, Ethnic Relations and Multiculturalism and alumna of the 2017 cohort. She is available for students of the programme to discuss study-related or personal issues. As a PhD candidate, Nora’s research focuses on the relation between collective psychological ownership (a sense that a territory belongs to one’s ethnic ingroup) and intergroup reconciliation in (post-)conflict areas. You can talk to Nora on the chat.