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The MSc Demography provides vocational training for professional demographers and quantitative social policy analysts and promotes interdisciplinary study in the field of population science.

Graduates from this programme will be equipped to undertake quantitative analysis to support social policymaking locally, nationally and internationally in the health and social care professions, market research, local and national government departments, international organisations and the many other agencies that require a sound social statistical basis for decision-making.

Introducing your course

Intrigued by the key issues brought on by the constant changes in global populations? Then apply for a Masters in Demography at the University of Southampton to see the world in a different light by understanding population change and the methods of researching ageing societies. Through this masters degree, you can examine population and reproductive health as well as the population trends in both developed and developing countries.

The Masters in Demography degree can lead to a national or international career as a highly trained population scientist in the public, private or third sectors.


The programme involves a core of compulsory modules which cover contemporary demographic issues, demographic methods and approaches, as well as general social science research methods – both qualitative and quantitative.

It benefits from our strong quantitative tradition in Social Sciences, which provides training in rigorous statistical methods. There are also a number of option modules in methodological and demographic topics that can be taken in the second semester.

View the programme specification document for this course

Visit the Demography - MSc/PgDip page on the University of Southampton website for more details!




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