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03 July 2019Bilbao Campus

The Máster Joint Master’s Programme in International Humanitarian Action (NOHA) first place in the ranking of the newspaper El Mundo

According to the El Mundo ranking, the Máster Conjunto Erasmus Mundus en Acción Internacional Humanitaria | Joint Master’s Programme in International Humanitarian Action (NOHA) taught at the Pedro Arrupe Human Rights Institute, is ranked among the 250 best postgraduate programmes, grouped into 50 specialist programmes, and is ranked first within the Social Sciences, Cooperation category.

The ranking aims to guide prospective students in choosing the programme that best suits their interests and needs, since pursuing a master's degree allows them to specialise in a particular area, increase the network of professional contacts and carry out internships in companies, thus facilitating graduates’ job market insertion.

The ranking is based on 16 selection criteria, divided according to the master’s demand (places available, quality/price relation, collaborating entities…) human resources (renowned faculty members, tutoring schemes, foreign students...) and syllabus (academic programme, internships…).