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This distinctive interdisciplinary programme focuses on integrating the theoretical analysis of gender with questions of globalisation and development.
The programme aims to provide a thorough understanding of economic and social processes that shape the contemporary global world and their gendered outcomes. It considers diverse analytical tools and theoretical approaches for the analysis of development and globalisation from a uniquely gendered perspective.
Emphasis is placed on the analysis and theorisation of political, socio‑economic, institutional and spatial aspects of change and inequality, particularly changes in labour, work and employment patterns, economic restructuring and production-consumption trends, and critical policy issues among others. A series of case
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2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) offers you the opportunity to study the social sciences in an institution with a worldwide academic reputation, while enjoying the cultural, social and recreational facilities of one of the world’s greatest capital cities.Read more
I chose LSE because of its reputation as a leading research institution in the field of social science. My MSc programme equips students with a great blend of theory and policy issues that provides a good platform for both further study as well as work in the policy arena.
My favourite aspects of LSE are the research expertise offered and the diversity of the student body. The opportunity to be able to work with leading academics and meet eminent personalities in one's field coupled with interaction with a diverse student body makes studying at LSE a unique and enriching experience. After I graduate from LSE I will pursue a PhD at Brown University.
My programme is intense and challenging as it takes an interdisciplinary, intersectional and non-linear approach to gender studies. Engaging with diverse schools of thought has helped me develop a robust theoretical foundation. Although there are over 100 students within the Gender Institute, there is a great sense of community and belonging. Being able to discuss issues you are passionate about with like-minded friends and peers is just the cherry on top.
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