The programme is located at the cutting-edge of inter-disciplinary social science and humanities research engaged with the role of space, place and power in shaping modern knowledge and societies. Research training is provided in a range of qualitative methodologies relevant to research within and beyond the university sector. Modules running in 2016-17 include 'Popular geopolitics', 'Security and Securitization,' and 'Geographies of Markets'. A 12 week placement module is being planned and will provide an opportunity to engage with a public, charitable or other non-governmental organisation.
The programme develops specialised knowledge of the interaction between society and space and an understanding of how research underpins cultural analysis, interpretation and practice that gives graduates the opportunity to:
• Develop specialist knowledge and understanding of human geography and its approaches, philosophies and ontologies, and methods of analysis and interpretation; • Develop critical, reflexive thinking; • Develop research skills in human geography to prepare for doctoral research in human geography and cognate disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, or to undertake social and cultural research in the private, public and third sectors; • Develop skills in qualitative, quantitative, textual and visual analysis • Undertake a substantial piece of research in the field of Human Geography.
Human Geography: Society, Space and Culture - Bursary
All qualifying applications to the School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology's postgraduate taught programmes received by 31 August 2016 will be automatically considered for the £1,000 bursaries.Applicants do not need to complete an additional application to be considered for PGT funding.
Value of Scholarship(s)
Bursaries will be awarded to top applicants to the two postgraduate taught programmes offered by the School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology
All qualifying applications for the School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology's postgraduate taught programmes received by 31 August 2016 will be automatically considered for the £1,000 bursaries. Applicants do not need to complete an additional application.
Normally an Upper Second Class honours degree (or equivalent) in Geography or cognate discipline. For graduates whose first language is not English, applicants must have a demonstrable competence in English (normally an IELTS score of 6.5) and undertake accreditation of prior experiential learning (APEL procedure).
Recipient: Queen’s University Belfast
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