23 May 2016
At the end of their course on Migration, Development and Conflict, in which they studied related theories, empirical evidence and policies, course tutor Marieke van Houte asked her MSc in Migration Studies students to come up with constructive recommendations on how to apply their learning to take research and policy on migration and development forward
24 February 2016
Listen to this new podcast in the MSc Migration Studies series from the 9 February lecture
9 November 2015
Our intensive nine-month graduate taught degree analyses migration from a global perspective and as an integral part of development and social change
23 July 2015
We are delighted to announce that this year’s Dissertation Prize on the MSc in Migration Studies has been awarded to Yan Matusevich for his work on ‘Understanding migrant mobilisation in post-Soviet Russia. Do Existing theoretical models apply?’ The prize is awarded at the discretion of the degree’s Exam Board each year.
4 March 2015
This IMI working paper by MSc in Migration Studies alumni Luke de Noronha aims to unpack the figure of the 'foreign criminal'.
27 July 2014
We are delighted to announce that this year’s Dissertation Prize on the MSc in Migration Studies has been awarded to Kerilyn Schewel for her work on ‘Understanding the aspiration to stay: a case study of young adults in Senegal’. The prize is awarded at the discretion of the degree’s Exam Board each year.
9 February 2014
A group of current Dphil students and MSc in Migration Studies alumni are one of two teams that won a competition to coordinate an Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference sponsored by The Oxford Humanities Division through the Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH).
27 January 2014
In this latest IMI Working Paper, MSc in Migration Studies graduate Roxani Roushas examines the recent political breakthrough of extreme right group the Golden Dawn in Greece.
20 December 2013
A new working paper by MSc in Migration Studies graduate Phoenix Paz argues that ideas of nationhood and nationality are often constructed by foreigners and 'outsiders'.
28 October 2013
In this latest IMI Working Paper, MSc in Migration Studies graduate Cresa Pugh examines the historic exclusion of the Rohingya in Burma and forms of non-formal exclusion that have contributed to their statelessness.
23 October 2013
Dr Mette Berg has received a Social Sciences Teaching Excellence Award from the University of Oxford for her teaching on the MSc in Migration Studies degree.
16 October 2013
In this latest IMI Working Paper, MSc in Migration Studies graduate Sebastien Rojon analyses the relationship between immigration and extreme-right voting in the 2012 French presidential elections.