Learning objectives

Upon successful completion of the Master’s programme students will be able to: 

  • Develop creative and critical thinking skills.
  • Research and evaluate complex societal challenges from different stakeholder and intercultural perspectives.
  • Assess and integrate different disciplinary and transdisciplinary knowledge and research methodologies.
  • Demonstrate expertise in the identification and application of the latest technological tools to source, analyse, handle, use and communicate complex bodies of data ethically.
  • Acquire expertise and communicate effectively on complex issues.
  • Formulate an advanced understanding of transdisciplinarity and demonstrate expertise in the facilitative, communicative, reflexive and collaborative skills to support its practice.
  • Acquire advanced transversal competencies in problem solving, entrepreneurialism, innovation, digital skills, and a life-long learning disposition.