The UM and its European partners have recently received feedback from the European Commission on their Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree Programme in International Humanitarian Action NOHA+. This MA is run by the Department of International Relations, Faculty of Arts.
In its evaluation, the Commission highlights the relevance of the Masters programme and its attractiveness to students, worldwide. This, the Commission underlines, demonstrates its uniqueness in the field of humanitarian action.
The Masters programme was awarded a score of 89/100, thus an excellent mark. Projects scoring higher than 75 after assessment of the final report are flagged as good practice in the Erasmus+ project Results Platform.