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Social and technical changes affect us all, but not always fairly. Find out how and why certain people, views and values are included or excluded from social and technical change, and contribute to strategies to democratise science, technology and communication.
What will you study during this Master’s
In a programme that takes place in both Wageningen and Salzburg, you’ll learn to analyse processes related to livelihoods, agro-food networks and the environment in a dynamic, international context. Special attention will be paid to inclusion and exclusion processes, equity and unequal access to resources, as well as policies, stakeholder relationships and intervention strategies. Within one of the four specialisations, you’ll analyse themes and problems related to development studies to become a specialist able to contribute to equality in a multidisciplinary, international environment.
Why this programme?
- Earn a double degree from two leading universities, Wageningen University & Research and Paris-Lodron Universität Salzburg.
- Benefit from courses and an international network of academic expertise that form the foundations for the empowerment of future leaders in digital communication.
- Enjoy a truly international, multidisciplinary programme and take advantage of the strengths of two educational institutions.