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About the course

This MPhil offers an 11-month programme of advanced study and research into the challenges to the contemporary world represented by the idea of the Anthropocene. The course is intended for students with a good first degree in geography or a range of related disciplines. 

The aims of the course are:

(i) to enable students to acquire a critical and well-informed understanding of the contested geopolitics and knowledge politics of the idea of the Anthropocene and of its provocation to re-interpret and re-imagine relationships between humans, non-humans and physical processes;

(ii) to give students the opportunity to acquire or develop advanced subject expertise and transferable skills relevant to their research interests and career aspirations; 

(iii) to equip students to deal with

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Entry Requirements

Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK High II.i Honours Degree.

If your degree is not from the UK, please check International Qualifications at View Website to find the equivalent in your country.

Applicants are welcome with first degrees in Geography or related disciplines, e.g. Anthropology, Political Science, Development Studies, Sociology, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Philosophy, English, History.


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