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The ‘MA Geography: Spatial Justice’ offers a wide-ranging programme of taught modules, delivered through lectures, seminars, fieldwork, practicals and civil society partnerships, with an emphasis on teaching and learning informed by participatory action research.
Degree structure: 90 credits, taken over 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time.
Students must take 70 compulsory credits, which includes a 30-credit minor thesis focused on Spatial Justice. Depending on the students’ research focus, s/he will take an additional 20 optional credits, with at least 10 of these optional credits in Geography and up to 10 credits of electives in Anthropology, Media Studies and Sociology.
Each taught module will consist of ten, 2-hour seminars. All modules are 100% continuous assessment, with a range of
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Students should normally have earned a 2.1 or above in Geography (either subject degree in Geography or overall) or related disciplines. A personal statement is required so the Director can give consideration to applicants with relevant academic, work or professional experience if coming from a different background than the social sciences and/or if earned a 2.2 mark.
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