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  Medical Anthropology MSc


Brunel University London    Anthropology

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full-time / 2 or 2.5 years part-time
Anthropology (2)

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Unleash your potential with Brunel's Medical Anthropology MSc, the pioneering programme that delves deep into the intersection of culture and health. This esteemed course offers a comprehensive understanding of anthropology's application in medical contexts, exploring diverse cultural beliefs and practices related to health and illness. Through in-depth study of key texts and hands-on fieldwork experiences, you'll unravel the complexities of healthcare disparities and societal influences on well-being. The course addresses pressing questions on disease profiles, treatment-seeking behaviours, and global health interventions. With the option of international fieldwork and an exclusive scholarship opportunity, Brunel ensures a truly immersive learning experience. Ideal for healthcare professionals seeking career enhancement or aspiring researchers, this programme equips you with analytical skills applicable across various sectors. Join us to embark on a transformative journey in medical anthropology. Embrace the opportunity to make a difference in healthcare practices worldwide.

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If you work in medicine or allied fields and want to learn more about how illness and wellness are considered in difference cultures, anthropology is an ideal route to greater understanding.

Medical anthropology is the study of cultural beliefs and practices associated with the origin, recognition and management of health and illness in different social and cultural groups.

Brunel was the first university in Europe to establish a master's degree in medical anthropology and since then has continued to develop the course to reflect the changing world in which we live.

The Medical Anthropology MSc will equip you with a broad, general understanding of anthropology and how it might be applied to medical and health-related problems.

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Entry Requirements

A 2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree, or an equivalent internationally recognised qualification in a Humanities, Social Science or Health-related Science with a personal statement demonstrating knowledge of interest in the subject area .

Applicants with other degrees will be considered on an individual basis.




Fees

2024/25
UK £11,550
International £21,260

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