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*Please note we are no longer accepting applications for 2020 entry for this course.*
This innovative course will develop your awareness of the most pressing challenges posed by social change. It will enable you to critically examine dominant policy responses to key aspects of social change at national, cross-national, comparative and global levels, and make you aware of agendas on policy alternatives and futures.
Full-time students will complete 180 credits during one year. 90 credits are allocated to core modules, 30 credits are allocated to optional modules and 60 credits are allocated to the dissertation, which provides the opportunity to focus in-depth on a topic of individual choice. Students can choose to do a standard dissertation or a dissertation
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The minimum entry requirement is a 2:1 honours degree, or equivalent, in a relevant or social science discipline, such as sociology, social policy, politics, international relations, or development studies.
English language requirements:
Overall IELTS grade of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.
There are a variety of ways to fund your postgraduate study; visit Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course. to discover the options available to you.
University of Sheffield has grown in reputation and size to become one of the UK’s leading universities with a global reputation for teaching and research. As part of the UK Russell Group, the University is a premier-league, research-led institution with over 27,000 students including more than 7,000 international students from 143 countries and over 7,000 members of staff.Read more
Given my work experience of 4 years in women's development and empowerment in Pakistan, I have chosen MSc in International Social Change and Policy in order to equip myself with modern methodologies and innovation in perceiving and analysing social problems, policies, research and anticipated impact.
One of my modules in the course of study is about Brexit, I first opted it due to my curiosity of knowing the phenomenon but the more I delved into it I have found it very interesting specifically knowing that how a simple decision has wide implications on the country's social, political and economic landscape. Apart from my course, I’m loving my life in university and city, both of the places have tremendous experiences to offer and I have just begun to explore and feel. Yes! Cold weather and endless walking are not really my best suite but I will soon get used to it.
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