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Cultural Anthropology: Sociocultural Transformation

Course Description

The master's Cultural Anthropology: Sociocultural transformations allows you to develop the knowledge, attitude and skills needed to evaluate and conduct excellent research in this relevant field.

Are you fascinated by issues of ethnicity and religion under globalization, political conflict and social suffering, social justice and reconstruction, power and state formation? This master will provide you with the knowledge and skills to address these subjects through in-depth research. CASTOR introduces you to the analysis of the complex interplay of cultural diversity and power in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean with a particular emphasis on multi-level analyses ranging from interpersonal relations and local communities to regional, national and global socio-cultural configurations. The methodological approach is problem-driven and qualitative. The programme prepares you for a scientific career, whether in academia, research institutes, government organizations, NGO's or in private enterprises.

Visit the Cultural Anthropology: Sociocultural Transformation page on the Utrecht University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Applicants must hold an academic Bachelor’s degree in the Social or Behavioural Sciences. You should have an above-average academic record, including a strong research interest and a good command of English. Students with another academic Bachelor degree but with above average interest in sociocultural transformation can also be admitted to the programme. Your undergraduate degree must have included sufficient anthropology courses and preferably a course on qualitative research methods. The Bachelor's degree should equal the level of the Dutch equivalent. Equivalency will be decided by the programme's Admissions Committee. Please see our website for more information. View Website

Course Fees

2016-2017 EU/EEA: € 1.984,- Non EU/non-EEA : € 15.000

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