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09 March 2017
This programme examines global migrations and social justice by addressing questions such as who moves and why, who is allowed to settle and where, what are the roles of states, institutions and civil societies in these processes. It provides advanced training in social science research methodology to fulfil Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) postgraduate research training requirements.
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● The programme draws on recognised expertise in migration studies, sociology, anthropology, history, criminology, human geography, policy and politics and ethics as well as a wide variety of country and regional expertise.
● You will get access to cutting-edge academic research on migration with an emphasis on social justice and learning from non-academic work in this area.
● You will be taught research methods by expert staff from a wide range of disciplines, allowing you to benefit from specialist knowledge and methodology.
● The programme is supported through GRAMNet, the University of Glasgow’s internationally recognised research network for Refugees, Asylum and Migration in Scotland. You will benefit from the provisions offered by GRAMNet, such as training, seminars, opportunities for knowledge exchange and spaces for dissemination.
● The programme is the only Masters programme in Scotland with a focus on migration studies and social justice.
● This degree is taught jointly with the MSc Global Migrations & Social Justice, which has a stronger focus on the subject, with less emphasis on research methods.
You will take five core and one optional course as well as complete a dissertation or a practical project.
• Global migrations: Histories, structures, experiences. • Public social science for social justice • Research design • Qualitative methods • Quantitative data analysis.
• Access, equity, health • Century of the refugee: refugees and statelessness in comparative perspective, 1900-2000 • Immigration and asylum law • Migration, mobility and settlement: Post-Soviet Migrations • Migration, mobility and settlement: Central and East European migration to the UK and Scotland • Racism and modernity • Texts for diversity: language across learning for children with English as an additional language. • Some courses might not be available every year. You may also be able to choose from courses in the other subjects in the School of • Social & Political Sciences.
Resources and facilities
In addition to a long history of large communities of migrants setting in the city Glasgow is host to the UK’s largest population of refugees and asylum seekers under dispersal policy. Across the city there is a large number of organisations working with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in a variety of ways. Within this distinctive context, GRAMNet - the University of Glasgow’s internationally renowned Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network - brings together researchers, practitioners, NGOs and policy makers with a focus on examining the social and cultural effects of migration. At its heart is a focus on social and intercultural values, social justice and critical engagement with questions around migration. The network’s reputation for developing and applying innovative participatory methodologies to address complex questions is internationally renowned.