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  Global Black Studies, Decolonisation and Social Justice - MA


University of West London    School of Human and Social Sciences

Full time & Part time September, February MA 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
Anthropology (2) Business & Management (5) History & Archaeology (19) Languages, Literature & Culture (21) Philosophy (28) Politics & Government (30) Sociology (33)

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Are you passionate about exploring global perspectives, decolonisation, and social justice? Look no further than our MA programme in Global Black Studies, Decolonisation and Social Justice. This unique programme offers a comprehensive understanding of historical, cultural, and contemporary patterns of social change, with a focus on the experiences of the Black diaspora. Delve into topics such as the Atlantic slave trade, indentured workers, and contemporary issues like BLM and white privilege. Our diverse range of modules will equip you with the knowledge and skills to critically analyze and contribute to the ongoing discourse on social justice. Join us and be part of the movement for change. Entry requirements include an honours degree or relevant work experience. Apply now and embark on a transformative academic journey.

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The course will aim to unite a global perspective with an applied context. As such modules will both investigate the underlying historical, cultural, and contemporary patterns of social change in broad terms but also seek to explain the consequences of these in specific case studies.

Students may enquire into the Atlantic slave trade, or the rise of indentured workers and then apply these general experiences to particular social groups, regions, and communities.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants would be expected to meet the UWL entry requirements for postgraduate study: An honours degree (2:2 or above) from a UK university or equivalent.
Minimum of English and Maths at the equivalent of GCSE grade C or above.

However, there will be scope for consideration of entrants with non-traditional qualifications based on work experience. This will be undertaken on an individual basis and involve an interview.




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