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GEMMA Outcomes



  • HERE you can read some of our graduates' experiences after GEMMA.

Employability Survey

In this survey , GEMMA graduates highlighted the following features of GEMMA as the strongest assets in terms of future employability:

1. Personal and professional experience in a multilingual, multinational and multidisciplinary environment;

2. Possibilities to develop contact networks with gender students, scholars and academic centers worldwide;

3. Cross cultural communication and logistic coordination skills acquired with mobility together with adaptability and a global perspective and the ability to navigate between differences, essential in this ever globalizing world.;

4. Obtaining two European official master degrees from two internationally renowned universities, with the added value of different contexts and languages, cultures and academic traditions and recognised by all consortium partners;

5. Education of the highest standards and EM international references and recommendations for further employment;

6. Solid theoretical basis for doing research and the acquired ability to think critically and outside-of-thebox, which proves to be an excellent background for further PhD studies;

7. Theoretical value of gender studies and feminist theory, especially given the combination of social sciences and humanities, which come across as insightful and original for research in other fields of study;

8. Demand from institutions for gender specialists;

9. Its interdisciplinary curriculum helps graduates contextualise their knowledge in the presence of various types of audiences, a very valuable skill on the labour market. It helps seek employment with various types of organizations - public, private, government and non-profit, while job opportunities include arts, public health, education, government, communications and media, law, public relations, international relations or further research.


Some Successful Examples of our Graduates' Theses

  • Granada-Utrecht: “Ni Moras ni Cristianas: Género y Poder en la Fiesta de Moros y Cristianos de Alcoi” (2010), by Verónica Gisbert i Gracia Thesis
  • Granada-Hull: “The Chinese Myth of the White Snake: A Feminist Cultural Analysis of the Interrelationship between the (Textual/Gendered) Body and the Narrative Trasnformation” (2009), by Xiang Zairong Thesis
  • Granada-CEU: “How to have a Perfect Figure like Gwyneth. Critical Discourse Analysis of the Fitness Section Online Women's Portal” (2011), by Ewa Bozena Zajac Thesis
  • Granada-Lodz: “La desobediencia sexual en el arte postpornográfico. Lucha política feminista contra la heteronormatividad patriarcal” (2012), by Helena Flores Navarro Thesis
  • Granada-Bologna: “Intervenciones feministas en el cine documental. Conocimientos situados y (auto)representaciones de género en películas de Alina Marazzi y Maricarmen de Lara” (2013), by Orianna Aketzalli Calderón Thesis

Mobility Outcomes

Erasmus Mundus Scholars take the visit opportunity to advance their own research projects, results of which can be seen in the publications produced out of their stays. Pertinent examples are Biljana Dojcinovic-Nesic’s Meetings in the Dark: Introduction to reading Virginia Woolf (2010) and Adriana Piscitelli’s Industria del sexo y Mercado matrimonial (2011) both explicitly acknowledging their debt to GEMMA stipend.


GEMMA World is the extension to non-European contexts of GEMMA: Master in Women's and Gender Studies. In the framework of Erasmus Mundus Action 3, the existing European GEMMA Consortium decided to establish strong partnerships with five prestigious third country Women´s/Gender Studies Centers:

  • Interdisciplinary Institute of Gender Studies, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Women’s Studies Center at Florida International University, USA
  • Center of Interdisciplinary Research on Sciences and Humanities, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico
  • Women’s' and Gender Studies Department, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
  • Center for Gender Studies, Technological Institute of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

GEMMA World makes possible the mobility of GEMMA students and scholars to non-European research and higher education institutions where either English or Spanish (two languages of instruction of the Master) are spoken, giving the GEMMA Master its necessary global dimension.

GEMMA World is a unique project of strong collaboration between most prestigious European and non-European Women's/Gender Studies institutions providing them with exciting new possibilities of cooperation, knowledge sharing and exchange of ideas in the area of higher education. GEMMA Students and scholars participating in action will benefit from these new opportunities.

HERE you can read the experiences abroad of some GEMMA World scholarship beneficiaries.

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