As a master’s student at CMI you will be a member of one of the research groups and take part in the academic and social environment at the institute. CMI offers working space with computer, a well-equipped library, a challenging research community and the possibility of participation in project work.

CMI is an independent centre for research on international development and policy. CMI was founded in 1930, and is located in Bergen, Norway. CMI is a leading centre for development studies in Scandinavia.

CMI conducts both applied and theoretical research, and has a multidisciplinary profile anchored in four thematic research groups:

- Rights, Democracy and Development

- Peace, Conflict and the State

- Poverty Reduction

-Public  Sector Reform

The geographical focus is Sub-Saharan Africa, Southern and Central Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.

Information meeting 27 April 1600 at Bergen Resource Centre for International Development (Jekteviksbakken 31).

There will be a brief presentation of CMI and relevant issues concerning Master theses. Pizza will be served.

If you can’t attend the meeting, please send an application including a project description, grade records, diplomas and letters of reference to:

Application deadline: 01.06.10

Further information: