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This taught postgraduate programme offers an exciting opportunity to engage with the sociological analysis of the varied and multifaceted contemporary global inequalities and policy landscape.
It allows you to engage with a rich contextual, historical and practical application of sociological insights into a range of sociocultural and political arenas. Viewing and analysing the global picture is increasingly a core concern for postgraduate Sociology students, and this MSc offers you a set of core skills.
The course is aimed at graduates who have had some training in the social sciences, and who wish to extend, develop and deepen their knowledge and skill base. Candidates who wish to establish a
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Our standard offer for accepting students onto this course is an undergraduate honours degree at 2.2 or above from a recognised institution of higher education. Students without previous qualifications but with relevant experience may be accepted as part of this process.
Canterbury Christ Church University is a modern, multi-campus University offering higher and professional education. It was established in 1962 and is a Church of England Foundation University, welcoming all faiths and none. Today, the University continues to shape courses and research around critical social issues, the latest industry developments and public service need.Read more
The MSc programme is a perfect mapping of the historical, sociological and contemporary processes of global inequalities whether coming from a undergraduate course in Sociology or any other Humanities discipline, and provides students with resources, ideas and dialogues previously unknown to myself and other students.
The Sociology MSc Global Inequalities module has been a chance to expand into new, previously unexplored areas of Sociology not accessible or presented at the undergraduate level. The Module has been exhilarating, eye-opening and has allowed myself and the other students to expand on areas not only of interest but previously unimaginable within the traditional educational canons.
The exploration of writers, concepts and lines of thought previously silenced by the hegemonic canons has been an experience only accessible through the Sociology MSc. The introducing of multiple new paradigms and intellectual arguments along with guest lecturers all expanding on areas key to the module from global health inequalities, non-European knowledges and global development has expanded my intellectual, educational and academic horizons for my own future interests.
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