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Title: GEMMA: Erasmus Mundus Masters Degree in Womens and Gender Studies


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GEMMA Erasmus Mundus Masters Degree in Womens
and Gender Studies
  • Prof. Adelina Sánchez Espinosa
  • GEMMA Scientific Coordinator
  • University of Granada
  • Adelina_at_ugr.es

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INTRODUCTION Background Womens Studies at
the University of Granada
  • Women and Gender Studies have become consolidated
    in Spain within the last 20 years.
  • The creation of groups and lines of research on
    gender from multifarious perspectives within
    universities has contributed to this.
  • In some cases, such as Granada, these groups and
    lines get together to form a University Institute

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Institute for Women's Studies University of
Granada Spain
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NETWORKING Collaboration with other institutions
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NATIONAL NETWORKS
  • Close collaboration and joint actions/projects
    with local, autonomic and national Institutions
  • Essential for the financing of activities
  • Joint efforts fighting for new degree in Womens
    Studies at National level (within the new
    catalogue of ESHE degrees)

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  • Local institutions Councillor for Womens
    equality
  • Andalusian Institutions
  • Consejería de Igualdad (Andalusian Ministry for
    Equal opportunities)
  • Instituto Andaluz de la Mujer.
  • Andalusian University Centres. Coordination
  • to implement an Andalusian Doctorate's Degree on
    Women's Studies
  • to foster a field for Gender and Women's Studies
    in the Andalusian Research Plan.
  • National Institutions
  • Area for Equality at Diputación (Members of
    Parliament for Granada)
  • Ministry of Social Affairs Womens Institute
  • Women and Science Unit (Ministry of Education)

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INTERNATIONAL NETWORKING
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Bilateral exchanges SOCRATES-ERASMUS student and
academic staff mobility
  • University of Tolouse-Le Mirail
  • University of Helsinki (Christina Institute)
  • University of Hull
  • University of York
  • University of Lodz (Womens Centre)
  • Federico II University Naples
  • University of Bergen
  • In preparation University of Bologna, ISH
    Ljubliana, Central European University,University
    of Utrecht

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Specific Bilateral agreements with
  • Comahue (Argentina)
  • Luján (Argentina)
  • Salvador de Bahía (Brasil)
  • La Habana (Cuba)
  • Florida (USA)
  • In preparation Women across cultures
    consortium (Cape Town, Bogotá,Florida, Luján)

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European cooperation and the new ESHE challenges
  • AOIFE -Association of Institutions for Feminist
    Education and Research in Europe.
  • ATHENA III
  • Coordination of GEMMA consortium and Erasmus
    Mundus Masters degree

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  • What is AOIFE?
  • AOIFE Asociation of Institutions for Feminist
    Education and Research in Europe.
  • A European association for Womens Studies based
    on institutional membership (around 85 members,
    25 countries)
  • Links institutions dedicated to initiating and
    supporting feminist education and research
  • A forum for collectively addressing and acting on
    issues concerning Womens Studies by means of
    cooperation and networking.

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Athena Socrates Thematic Network . 100
institutions Athena III to 2009
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GEMMA Erasmus Mundus Masters Degree in
Womens and Gender Studies Consortium University
of Granada (coordinator) University of Bologna
Central European University of
Budapest University of Hull ISH
Ljubljana University of Lodz University of
Oviedo University of Utrecht
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The project, the experience… Constructing a
joint European Masters in Womens and Gender
Studies.
  • How we made it By asking lots of questions,
    making informed choices and…taking risks
  • First stage informed choices
  • The consortium
  • 2. The curriculum

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  • The consortium
  • Large consortium
  • Weaknesses coordination, amount of grants per
    partner
  • Strengths European dimension (North, South and
    Central. Old and new members of EU)
  • Ratio 1/1 teacher/student
  • Previous cooperation
  • Thematic networks (TN ATHENA, ACUME)
  • 5th/6th framework research ( Marie Curie
    Gendergraduates, Research Methods in the Social
    Sciences and Humanities, Employment and Womens
    Studies)
  • European associations (AOIFE)
  • Largely representative of European feminism
  • WS Gender studies play a major role at all
    consortium institutions
  • Institutionalised MA/PhD programmes at all
    institutions

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  • 2. The curriculum
  • Interdisciplinarity Social Sciences and
    Humanities
  • Duration 120 ECTS (fitting most partners)
  • All institutions teach whole programme (120 ECTS)
  • Core modules main issues of European feminism
  • Complementary offer for optional modules
  • Based on excellence of each institution
    involved.
  • Work placement and Summer Schools included
    within options.
  • A la càrte menu attractiveness

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ERASMUS MUNDUS Master Womens and Gender Studies
(GEMMA) Length 4 semesters, 2 years full-time
(2007-2009) ECTS 120 (30 per
semester) GENERAL STRUCTURE

First Semester (Autumn / Winter 2007 -2008)
Core Cluster 30 ECTS (Same at all institutions)
Cluster A 30 ECTS (Specific to each institution)
Second Semester (Winter/ Spring 2008)
Cluster B (Mobility Cluster) 30 ECTS (to be
taken at partner university) Optional courses
(Including practical training and intensive
summer schools. Specific to each institution)
Third Semester (Autumn / Winter 2008 - 2009)
Fourth Semester (Winter / Spring 2009)
Master Thesis 30 ECTS Either at host or partner
institution
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  • WOMENS MOVEMENTS WORLDWIDE (5 ECTS)
  • FEMINIST HISTORIOGRAPHY (5 ECTS)

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  • University of Granada (Coordinating institution)
    All these courses are taught in Spanish
  • Gender, the Body and Women Health Practices and
    Scientific Discourses (16th 20th century) (5
    ECTS)
  • Representations of Gender, Relationships and
    Sexuality in a Local-global Context (5 ECTS)
  • Gender, Class and Race in Colonial America (5
    ECTS)
  • Womens Education in Contemporary Spain (5 ECTS)
  • Psychology and Ecofeminism related to needs and
    values (5 ECTS)
  • The Construction of Gender in Discourse (5 ECTS)
  • Feminist Perspectives in Discourse Analysis
    Re-reading of Literary Texts and Didactic
    Applications (5 ECTS)
  • Womens Political Representation and Parity
    Democracy (5 ECTS)
  • Practical work at equal opportunities
    institutions (10 ects)
  • University of Bologna All these courses are
    taught in English and Italian
  • Italian Womens Literature (6 ECTS)
  • English Womens Literature (6 ECTS)
  • German Womens Literature (6 ECTS)

Cluster A 30 ECTS
Second Semester
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Cluster A 30 ECTS
Cluster A 30 ECTS
Second Semester
  • University of Hull All these courses are taught
    in English
  • Gender Theory Workshop 2 (10 ECTS)
  • Gender Issues in Development 2 (10 ECTS)
  • Independent Learning Journal (10 ECTS)
  • Other(ed) Bodies Anthropology of Gender and
    Sexual Diversity (10 ECTS)
  • Sociology of the Family (10 ECTS)
  • Gender, Ethnicity and Crime (10 ECTS)
  • Contemporary Womens Writing (10 ECTS)
  • Sex and Gender (10 ECTS)
  • Ethnographic Practice (10 ECTS)
  • The Research Interview (10 ECTS)
  • University of Lodz All these courses are taught
    in English
  • Human Rights and Gender (5 ECTS)
  • Gender and Welfare State International
    Perspective (5 ECTS)
  • Postcolonial and Postcommunist Approaches to
    Gender in Politics and Culture (5 ECTS)
  • Race, Class and Gender vs. the Politics of
    Globalization (5 ECTS)

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Cluster A 30 ECTS
Cluster A 30 ECTS
Second Semester
  • University of Oviedo All these courses are
    taught in Spanish. There will be partial use of
    English
  • Cultural Diversity, Diaspora and Feminism (6
    ECTS)
  • Literature, National Identity and Gender (6 ECTS)
  • Gender, Theory and Practice in Films and the
    Visual Arts (6 ECTS)
  • Equal Opportunities Policies for Citizenship and
    Employment (6 ECTS)
  • Gender Violence Psychological and Social
    Analysis (6 ECTS)
  • University of Utrecht All these courses are
    taught in English
  • Politics of Representation Gender and
    Ethnicity in Contemporary Cultural Practice (7.5
    ECTS).
  • Womens Representations of Eros and Pathos (7.5
    ECTS).
  • The Linguistic Turn and Beyond (7.5 ECTS).
  • Body Zones Contested Zones of Body Politics in
    the Visual Cultures of Science, Feminist Thoughts
    and Popular Media (7.5 ECTS)
  • Tutorials on specific expertise Braidotti,
    Buikema, Waaldijk, Wekker (7,5 ECTS)
  • Issues in postcoloniality cinema and new media,
    literature and culture (7,5 ECTS)
  • Gender, Trauma and Memory (7,5 ECTS)
  • Body course in feminist theory and practice (7,5
    ECTS)
  • General introductory course in Women's Studies
    (7,5 ECTS)

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Third Semester
Cluster B (Mobility) 30 ECTS
  • Granada (Coordinating Institution) Courses
    taught either in Spanish or English (as
    indicated bellow)
  • Medicalization and Discomfort. Women Using
    Psychoactive Substances (5 ECTS) (Spanish)
  • Gender, Culture and Development African and
    Diasporic Feminisms (5 ECTS) (English)
  • Ethnic Minorities and Gender Relationships in
    Social History and Anthropology (5 ECTS)
    (English)
  • Gender and Archeology (5 ECTS) (English)
  • Gender and Equal Opportunities in Education
    Feminist Politics for an Equal Education.
    Knowledge practices and discourses on Women
    Education in History (5 ECTS) (Spanish)
  • Documental Bibliographic Resources for Womens
    Studies (5 ECTS) (Spanish)
  • Gender, Art and Literature The Representation of
    Women in Literary and Visual Discourse (5 ECTS)
    (English)
  • Gender and Peace (5 ECTS) (Spanish)
  • Mediterranean summer course in women and gender
    studies (10 ECTS) (Spanish and English)
  • Practical work at equal opportunities
    institutions (10 ECTS) (Spanish)
  • University of Bologna All these courses are
    taught in English and Italian
  • Women Painters in Western History of Arts (6
    ECTS)
  • Women and Law (6 ECTS)
  • The Revision of the Body in Women Literature (6
    ECTS)
  • Women Travel Literature (6 ECTS)
  • Critical Utopias (6 ECTS)
  • Woman and Social Sciences (6 ECTS)
  • Women and Science (6 ECTS)


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Third Semester
Cluster B (Mobility) 30 ECTS
  • University of Hull All these courses are taught
    in English
  • Independent Learning Journal (10 ECTS)
  • Research Methods in the Humanities (10 ECTS)
  • Women and Mental Health (10 ECTS)
  • Feminism, Poststructuralism, Psychoanalysis (10
    ECTS)
  • Race, Ethnicity, Gender (10 ECTS)
  • Gender and Genre (10 ECTS)
  • University of Lodz All these courses are taught
    in English
  • Reproductive Psychology (5 ECTS)
  • La Frontera and the New Mestiza Consciousness
    Race, Ethnicity and Gender at the EU Mexican
    Border (5 ECTS)
  • Introduction to Gender in Postmodern Culture (5
    ECTS)
  • Feminist Epistemologies (5 ECTS)
  • Gender Representations in Polish Advertising (5
    ECTS)
  • Intersections of Class Gender and Ethnicity in
    Globalised Era (5 ECTS)
  • The Body in the Feminist Theory and Practice (5
    ECTS)
  • Ljubljana (ISH) All these courses are taught in
    English

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Third Semester
Cluster B (Mobility) 30 ECTS
  • University of Oviedo Option 1 courses will be
    taught in English. Option 2 courses will be
    taught in Spanish
  • Option 1 Contemporary Textual and Cultural
    Studies.
  • Cultural Diversity, Diaspora and Feminism (6
    ECTS)
  • Postcolonialism, Globalization and Representation
    of Women (6 ECTS)
  • Literature, (post) nation and Gender Women
    Writers in English and Spanish (6 ECTS)
  • Gender, Theory and Practice in Films and the
    Visual Arts (6 ECTS)
  • Women in Contemporary European Texts Research
    Seminar and Comparative Perspectives (6 ECTS)
  • Option 2 Sociology and Equal Opportunities
  • Gender Sociology and Methodology (6 ECTS)
  • Equal Opportunities Policies for Citizenship and
    Employment (6 ECTS)
  • Gender Violence Psychological and Social
    Analysis (6 ECTS)
  • Equal Opportunities in Labour Relations (6 ECTS)
  • Labour Practices (6 ECTS)
  • Utrecht All these courses are taught in English
  • Researching Gender and Ethnicity Theory and
    Methodology in Womens Studies Research (7,5
    ECTS)
  • Technobodies in Cyberspace (7,5 ECTS)
  • Theories of Sex/Gender (7,5 ECTS)
  • Gender Approaches to Literary Theory (7,5 ECTS)

Fourth Semester Master Thesis 30 ECTS
Fourth Semester Master Thesis 30 ECTS
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  • Final stage the almost impossible daily threats
  • National legislation Type of Degrees (Double?
    Multiple? Joint?)
  • Regional legislation Official degree recognition
  • Local legislation University regulations
    clashing with peculiarities of interuniversity
    network cooperation
  • Opening new ground
  • 8 different levels of formalities and red tape
    (records, further contracts, interpretation of
    Rectors letters)
  • 8 different fee traditions and new official fees

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  • How much information shall I include? The more
    the merrier!!!
  • LIST OF ANNEXES
  • LETTERS OF COMMITMENT AND OFFICIAL RECOGNITION
  • DESCRIPTION OF GEMMA CURRICULUM
  • GEMMA CONSORTIUM DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT
  • CVS OF GEMMA COORDINATORS AND CORE TEACHERS. LIST
    OF OTHER GEMMA TEACHERS
  • STUDENT WELCOME GUIDES
  • CONSORTIUM WOMENS STUDIES CENTERS AND WS
    STUDIES AND GENDER POSTGRADUATE COURSES
  • GEMMA CONSORTIUM COLLABORATION MEETINGS, PRESS
    REPORTS AND IMAGES
  • MOST SIGNIFICANT INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS OF
    CONSORTIUM MEMBERS
  • CONSORTIUM MEMBERS PARTICIPATION IN EUROPEAN
    PROJECTS ON WOMENS AND GENDER STUDIES
  • OTHER NETWORKING AND POSSIBLE CONSORTIA WITH
    WOMENS STUDIES ACROSS CULTURES
  • EUROPEAN HIGHER EDUCATION NETWORKS. UNIVERSITY
    NETWORKS WORLDWIDE
  • GEMMA APPLICATION FORMS
  • COORDINATING INSTITUTION LATEST ACTIVITIES IN
    INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION (PRO-RECTORSHIP FOR
    INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS)
  • COORDINATING INSTITUTION LATEST ACTIVITIES ON
    ESHE (PRO-RECTORSHIP FOR ESHE)

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GEMMA Erasmus Mundus Masters Degree in
Womens Studies and Gender. Strengths (Cmmission
Experts evaluation) Expert 1 Comment
-------------------------- Academic quality and
integration of the study programme -offered at
eight renowned universities by professors highly
qualified in the relevant field. -The courses
offered llave a very high scientific level and
reflect the current state of the art in gender
and women's studies. -The objectives of the
master programme are formulated clearly,
particularly regarding the competencies and
learning outcomes of the graduates. Also their
qualification for the job market is convincingly
explained. -The study programme is based on
eight different master courses already exisiting
at the eight partner universities. The expertise
of each university is clearly considered and
integrated. -The ECTS system is correctly used.
ECTS credits are allocated according to workload,
and the ECTS grades are used as relative grades.
-The educational aims are very convincingly
formulated and extraordinarily extensive. Due to
existing problems with national legislation, in
the master programme "Gemma" a double degree will
be awarded. It is however contractually agreed
upon that this degree is recognized by each of
the partner institutions. -The Diploma
supplement developed jointly by the eight
partners for the entire study programme is
regarded extremely positive. Admission and
mobility -"Gemma" application procedures have
been developed in detail, an application form and
checklists for documents are provided for
interested students. -Selection criteria are
clearly formulated. -Modes of examination and
examination criteria are made clear. Payment
procedures for fees are clearly explained.
-Mobility mechanisms and administrative
procedures for this are well thought of and
described. -ECTS tools are correctly used for
mobilities.
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  • Third-country students/scholars and language
    policy
  • -The consortium has numerous links and
    partnerships with institutions, networks and
    relevant chairs to recruit the best Master
    student candidates and scholars.
  • -An information and recruitment campaign is
    clearly foreseen and developed by a publicity
    taskforce.
  • -Electronic media and existing newsletters will
    be used to announce the master programme.
  • Admission and application procedures are clearly
    described and well developed.
  • Application forms are already existing.
  • -It is regarded very positively that the language
    of the host institution is used for studying
    etc., whereas the thesis can be written and
    defended in one of the languages of the
    participating countries.
  • Quality assurance and evaluation
  • -Instruments and procedures for quality assurance
    are clearly described for each partner
    institution.
  • External and internal quality procedures are
    foreseen.
  • Results of evaluation will be integrated in
    teaching.
  • ECTS tools are correcly used.
  • The issuing of a joint Diploma Supplement is
    regarded as a best practice example.
  • Management and feasibility
  • -Cooperation mechanisms are complex and
    well-structured.
  • -The management structure is logical and it is
    evident that the project will be managed very
    well in this structure.
  • -The distribution of tasks to different
    taskforces is a best-practice-model.

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  • Expert 2 Comment
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  • Academic quality and integration of the study
    programme
  • -Created as a result of joint developments within
    the Erasmus thematic network Athena, result of
    long-standing cooperation and collective
    expertise accumulated during the last ten years
    building on "working towards a joint European
    curriculum in Gender Studies".
  • -The project background and rationale are very
    solid and clearly explained and the course
    excellently defined. -Consistent reasons are
    provided to explain contribution towards
    university excellences and European
    competitiveness.
  • -The large consortium of 8 universities from 7
    different countries is properly justified and
    underlines a significant European dimension.
  • -All participating universities demonstrate
    outstanding expertise in Gender studies both in
    research and in different course programmes at
    PhD and MA level.
  • -Efforts have been made by all partners to find
    core elements in their current programmes which
    could be essential component of the first
    semester module the contents of which have been
    commonly agreed by all.
  • The large size of consortium has also the
    advantage to enable a rich and diverse choice of
    optional courses and combinations from humanities
    and social sciences in almost "á la carte" menu.
  • -The two-year course structure (120 CTS credits)
    is very clear and full description of the whole
    study programme is appended.
  • -All syllabi are presented in details and
    appended to the project.
  • -The learning outcomes are properly described in
    details in terms of knowledge acquisition,
    intellectual, practical and transferible skills
    acquired by successful completion of the study
    programme.
  • -All involved partners agree with the double
    degree and approval by respective competent
    administration boards mentioned.
  • -Recognition of the 120 ECTS credits is committed
    in writing by all partners in the Consortium and
    appended to the project. Students will receive a
    double degree according to the two universities
    chosen following the mobility combination
    specified in the course format. There is
    manifested intent of the whole Consortium to move
    toward a joint degree in the near future.
  • -The Consortium adopted the Diploma Supplement
    principle and customized it in order to provide
    full information about the eight national grading
    systems and their translation into ECTS grading
    scale.
  • -The involved professors demonstrate excellent
    professional and teaching experience. A summary
    of the CVs of the course leaders appended to the
    project provides convincing information about
    high quality of teaching.
  • Most of the involved teachers are permanent staff
    of their respective universities.
  • Continuous tutoring of the students is ensured
    also by use of virtual platforms to facilitate
    contact and teaching collaboration especially
    during mobility periods.
  • .

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  • Admission and mobility
  • -Limited admission criteria are set, giving thus
    large access possibility. Criteria include
    knowledge of one of the languages (EN, ES, IT),
    however this is not considered enough when
    students should spend study periods in two
    different countries. This may generate the risk
    for the students to choose their mobility
    according to the language competence rather than
    interest in contents study in the country of
    destination.
  • -On-line application is explained and thorough
    information provided about the full list of
    required document and the way they should be
    presented.
  • -The selection process is fair and transparent,
    based on equal treatment of all candidates,
    quality control and evaluation of the studies
    taken abroad by the third-country students.
  • -A compensatory system is foreseen to ensure that
    all partners receive enough students and scholars
    from both EU and third-countries.
  • -The tuition fee is established at equal level
    without discrimination between EU and
    thirdcountry students.
  • Compensatory of partial fee-waving is in view for
    non-funded European students. Financial
    management of the income from students' fee and
    funds distribution among partners is transparent
    and correctly described and subject to a
    committee supervision.
  • Arrangements for student evaluation are fair and
    quality tools and structures are adopted to
    ensure transparency (ECTS grading scale, Diploma
    Supplement, quality control taskforce).
  • A mobility scheme is presented with indication
    of all possible combinations, duration and credit
    allocation.
  • Third-country students/scholars and language
    policy
  • -The strategy to attract third-country students
    uses appropriate tools for publicity and
    effective methodology.
  • -Through an Erasmus Thematic Network this Master
    has extensive potential to easily reach the
    desired targets far beyond Europe.
  • -The services in support of third-country
    students are guaranteed at high quality by the
    international structures currently functioning in
    all partner universities. These have extensive
    experience and expertise to work with
    international students. The attached guides touch
    all the aspects from international student life.
    The mentor system is valuable to ensure
    international student coaching and counselling on
    all practical and professional matters.
  • -The estimated number of third-country students
    is 36 out of which 25 are expected to receive
    Erasmus Mundus grant. This represents 40 from
    the total number of foreseen students (90).
  • -Teaching languages are EN, ES, IT. The language
    policy makes a difference between the teaching
    language and examination / thesis language that
    may be different. Language learning support is
    mentioned within four partner universities
    (Granada, Bologna, Utrecht and Hall).

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Quality assurance and evaluation -Each partner
university is governed by an appropriate system
of quality assurance and this is presented in
details. -To ensure quality of the Master
programme the Consortium adopted an effective
strategy based on specific structures, mechanisms
and tools. -Students are actively involved in
course evaluation. -Evaluation outcomes are also
mentioned, such as establishing a GEMMA alumni
association and publishing an annual review of
GEMMA evolution. Management and feasibility -The
cooperation mechanisms within the Consortium are
strong and efficient, demonstrating outstanding
experience in running large structures with
important international involvement.
-Appropriate structures as taskforces and
committees, effective communication strategy,
clear marketing plan, and strategic plans for
action are set up. -Specific administrative
position will be created at the coordinating
institution fully devoted to administrative
coordination. -The project shows full guarantee
for its feasibility. Other aspects -The research
activities directly related with the MA contents
are considered for 30 ECTS credits, but research
possibilities for enrolled student go far
beyond. -Synergies are created between this
Master programme and the related thematic
networks created under Erasmus (ATHENA, COTEPRA,
ACUME) which foster research opportunities.
Consistent links with research are mentioned by
participation of most of the partners in
different research projects. -Some of GEMMA
partners have already extended consortia in third
countries and the examples provided increase the
chances to attract important number of
students -The whole programme is of very good
quality and can be representative at European
level in tuning common curricula in gender
studies.

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And now, what? Opportunities for the
future -managing structure (steering committee,
publicity taskforce, quality control taskforce,
student forum) -alumni association
dissemination and feedback for improvement -annua
l review in ATHENA publications -creation of
virtual tutoring platforms -link with joint
European phd programmes

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Threats in the near future -Asian windows not
enough need for LatinAmerican and Mediterranean
windows -Not enough granted students for such a
large consortium need to call on other European
actions -Grants urgently needed for European
students now at an obvious disadvantage in this
programme -State of institutionalisation of WS
and Gender Studies at undergraduate level is
still less at South European countries.
Significance for the selection of students?
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  • Action 2 scholarships for 3rd country students
    (deadline 28 february)
  • Over 200 applications received
  • From 50 different countries
  • 20 selected and sent to the commission
  • Consortium selection meeting
  • Difficult issue fair distribution
  • academic excelence
  • (windows,
  • criteria for distribution among partners,
  • number of applications for each partner,
  • dissemination of information,)

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GEMMA Erasmus Mundus Masters Degree in
Womens Studies and Gender www.ugr.es/local/gemma
Email gemma_at_ugr.es Coordinación Prof. Adelina
Sánchez Espinosa Instituto Universitario de
Estudios de la Mujer Universidad de
Granada adelina_at_ugr.es
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Conclusion It was/is/will be hard work…
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But working together…it will be fun
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