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This programme explores issues, concepts, and debates in social and public policy research to gain an insight into policy making and its social impacts on individuals and communities.
Core modules explore social thoeries, issues and research methods relevant to social policy and welfare. You will develop core skills in critical policy analysis and policy evaluation. There are also opportunities to study and debate current policy issues, such as work and welfare, child and family policy or the challenges of ageing populations, with a focus on real-life examples.
A bachelor degree (hons) with a 2:1 or non-UK equivalent in a social sciences, humanities or related discipline.
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-If your scholarship application is successful you must confirm acceptance within two weeks of notification of the award.
-You must commence your study with us by registering no later than 1 October in the academic year for which the award is offered.
-Scholarship offers cannot be deferred.
How are the scholarships awarded?
Decisions are based on academic merit and the quality of your scholarship supporting statement.
To be considered for the scholarship you must:
-Hold a conditional or unconditional offer for a School of Sociology and Social Policy Taught Masters programme for 2020 entry.
-Demonstrate an excellent previous academic track record.
-Demonstrate the potential to contribute to the academic and cultural life of the School of Sociology and Social Policy.
-Be classed as “international” for fee purposes.
Complete the application form with your details and supporting statement and submit to the admissions team before the deadline.
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