This subject is offered as eligible course to those students interested in political aspects related to international migrations, as migration policies, preferences of political actors, normative debates around the openness of borders to migrants or the impact of immigration on party systems.
Students choosing this subject should be fluent enough in English as to be able to write an exam in this language.
International Migration Policies is an eligible subject offered during the Grade fourth year. It introduces the student into the analysis of a specific set of policies related with political aspects studied during previous courses, as the impact of globalization, the state sovereignty, the self-definition of a nation or the links between economics and politics. The course allows students to apply knowledge acquired during the first years of the Grade to a relevant aspect of the current social and political debates in liberal democracies.