Master in Civilisations, Cultures and Societies, Oceanian and Pacific Studies

Master's Degree Department of Arts, Languages and Humanities

This master’s degree in humanities and social sciences is an extension of UNC’s literature or languages degrees. The two-year master’s degree is made up of nine teaching units and allows the students to gain in-depth knowledge of the contemporary issues faced by Oceania’s civilisations and cultures (geopolitics, sustainable development policies, institutional and economic systems, etc.), Oceanian knowledge (customs, linguistic and cultural plurality, etc.), myths, anthropology and sociology of education, societal changes, the history of ideas and systems in the Pacific, etc. These courses are supplemented by operational modules to train students in academic research, the production of scientific writings and papers, and the preparation of their dissertations.

This master’s degree is open to initial and continuing education students.

Enrolment is application based. Application and admission request information can be downloaded here.
Initial Training

Secretariat of the Arts, Languages and Humanities Department
Phone: (+687) 290 400

Continued Education

Continued Education Secretariat