Amsterdam Centre for Inequality Studies (AMCIS)

Education

AMCIS scholars are affiliated to the following teaching programmes, in which a big part of AMCIS-related work is presented to students:

Sociology BA Specialisatie Onderwijs, Stratificatie en Levenslopen  (Dutch)

Ongelijkheden binnen en tussen samenlevingen staan centraal in de sociologie. Ongelijkheden doen zich voor in tal van levensgebieden, zoals het onderwijs, de arbeidsmarkt, de buurt, en het gezin. In deze specialisatie verdiept men zich in ongelijkheidsvraagstukken met een specifieke orientatie op drie deelgebieden: het onderwijs, de buurt waarin men woont, en de arbeidscarrière.

Bachelor Algemene Sociale Wetenschappen (Dutch)

Wat zijn de grote hedendaagse mondiale problemen en hoe kunnen we inzichten uit onder meer de psychologie, sociologie, antropologie en geografie/planologie toepassen om deze vraagstukken op te lossen? Dit staat centraal in de bachelor Algemene Sociale Wetenschappen.

Research Master Social sciences: Core Specialisation Course 'Institutions, Inequalities and Life Courses'

Social inequality refers to the ways in which socially-defined categories of persons are differentially positioned with regard to access to a variety of social `goods', such as the labour market and income, the education and healthcare systems, and forms of political representation and participation.

Master's Sociology: Comparative Organisation and Labour Studies

Comparative Organisation and Labour Studies (COLS) offers you a sociological perspective on the organisation of work processes, on the functioning of modern labour markets and of the governance of firms and other public or private organisations that form the locus of employment.

Research Master's Child Development and Education

The Research Master's in Child Development and Education is an intensive, selective two-year programme that trains students to become researchers in the field of parenting, education and child development. 

Master's Political Science

Political Science at the University of Amsterdam investigates how ongoing social, economic, and political transformations affect local, national, European and global governance. Political Science offers five different specialisations: International Relations, Public Policy and Governance, Political Economy, Political Theory and European Politics and External Relations.

Published by  AISSR

19 April 2017