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We need to address modern slavery, human trafficking and forced labour, both in the UK and abroad.
The University of Hull's Wilberforce Institute, with its multi-disciplinary approach to the study of slavery, is best placed to offer a programme that will transform and educate our future scholars and professionals in this field.
The programme provides a comprehensive understanding where the specific histories of how forms of slavery have developed, how these have been codified in law, the diverse political and policy environments of these practices and the variety of understandings and interventions developed for those affected by them are all critically engaged with.
This MA offers an academically robust and transformative learning experience, where students learn how to help shape the
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Normally a Bachelor Honours degree (typically 2:2 or above, or international equivalent) in History, Criminology, Sociology, Social Policy, Law, Social Work, Anthropology or other Humanities / Social Science equivalent.
If you hold a degree in another area, or if you have been out of education for a significant period of time, we would still encourage you to apply. We are looking for applicants with an interest in Victimology and Modern Slavery (broadly defined) and would be happy to consider your application even with a different academic background, or with professional experience.
Home/EU: £7,700 . International: £14,500
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We know that choosing where to pursue your postgraduate studies is a life-shaping decision. At the University of Hull, we believe that we have the perfect combination of heritage and high technology, in an inspiring and nurturing academic community, to help you truly flourish.Read more
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