MA Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies
Why we're great
Work with leading academics from across the spectrum of Jungian theory and practice
Work around your commitments – our modules are specifically timetabled with commuters in mind
We take an interdisciplinary approach with links to sociology, philosophy, literature and business
MA Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies Full-time
Duration: 1 year
Start month: October
Location: Colchester Campus
Based in: Psychoanalytic Studies
Fee (Home/EU): £6,950
Fee (International): £14,950
MA Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies Part-time
Telephone 01206 872719
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About the course
How can Jungian psychology explain historical events, culture and society? What are the possibilities and limitations of applying analytical psychology to various socio-cultural fields or topics?
Whether you are looking to train as a Jungian analyst or psychotherapist, or learn the skills to carry out research in a related area of analytical psychology, our unique and internationally acclaimed MA Jungian and Post-Jungian Studies will give you a deep academic grounding in Jungian and post-Jungian theory and practice.
Our course takes an informative, critical and reflective stance in relation to the key texts of Jung, the diverse contexts from which analytical psychology emerged, and the core concepts developed by Jung, post-Jungian scholars and clinicians. You explore clinical theory and applications in areas such as culture and gender studies, social and political theory, philosophy, myth and religion.
Our course is offered one year full-time or two years part-time, with modules specifically timetabled to enable those not local to the university to attend. Please note there is no distance-learning option.
Whether you continue to study for a PhD or go into work in a clinical or non-clinical setting, you will graduate from our leading Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies having been taught by a team of leading academics and analysts from across the spectrum of Jungian theory and practice.
Good first degree in appropriate discipline, professional qualifications or experience also considered