International migrations: a global issue is a time demanded course for the population movement operations front line worker for better approach to reach the beneficiaries.
I found this course really intresting and complete. The migration issue is explain in the proper way and I think it can help me to improve my university carrer.
by María A D L G V•
I found the course really relevant in uncertain time like the ones we're living in with the coronavirus crisis. However, I think that it was too focused on european migrants and didn't reflect the complete and global process.
by Estefani B d R V•
Muy buen curso, pero está mucho más enfocado a la migración en el contexto Europeo. Muy útil para darse un panorama general de los procesos migratorios y la postura de la comunidad internacional frente al fenómeno.
by Arjun G•
Extremely informative, and inspiring. Would definitely recommend to anyone wishing to gain an interdisciplinary subject approach to international migrations through economics, history, politics, and law.
by Helena A•
Just almost finished Week 1 and it seems like an interesting and relevant course. However, should be more clearly stated that you cannot complete the graded items without purchasing the certificate.
by Jean-Charles F•
Highly instrucive on the international migration issues and a very good base on understanding the challenges that lies ahead. Thank you !
by rerolle a•
Cours intéressant présentant, d'un point de vue français mais aussi global, les enjeux autour de la migration internationale.
by Anahi D J•
I enjoyed the course but it was a little bit slow and I would want it to have subtitles in Spanish as well.
by Camila X d B e S•
O curso é interessante mas está um pouco desatualizado e tem algumas partes repetitivas
by Morium A R•
It is an amazing course to know about the all process and history about migration
by Shruti N•
While the course is not primarily in English, I enjoyed it a lot. Thank you
by Bronwen E•
very detailed and interesting information
by Ishita D•
Very informative course! Loved it.
by Anil N•
by Kelly S•
The course content was good, seemed curated and simplified for all learners, it's easily accessible to most. However, the assessment could be more meaningful and challenging to actually make learners think critically about the issue of global migration. The course could benefit from implementing more interactive tools other than multiple choice assessments based on mere memory and a forum. Overall, I would recommend! Just make sure you are an autonomous learner and create your own tasks to make the learning meaningful.
by Kamila Z R•
Certainly, this is an interesting historical course on global aspects of international migration. unfortunately it doesnt take into account any changes in migration policy and dynamics post Arab spring nor 2015 migratory crisis. Globally and regionally the landscape of international migration change dramatically with total policy shift in Europe and new Global compacts on migration and asylum. Hence the course is outdated and last 2-3 weeks of course shall be changed
by Samyuktha S•
extremely helpful and relevant to what I am currently pursuing. but the only suggestion would be that, given the fact that I am a student who has not learnt French, it would be helpful if the audio was in english too so that I can understand the authenticity and complexity of the issue better.
by Sharon B•
I found that the course hammered away at the same perspective without offering alternative views, or even examining the reasons why governments try to control migration. However, as far as a learning modality, I found it accessible, practical and user-friendly.
by Adam M•
Outdated but interesting nonetheless.
by Talieh G•
The course is translated from French to English. Unfortunately the translation is extremely poor. There are 5 lines sentences with no full stop.... Besides the poor translation, the content is very repetitive, lacks references, and not updated. The text is more like mumbling rather than an academic text. I wouldn't recommend this course as it's a waste of money and time. Instead I recommend the course provider to improve the quality of the content they offer.