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International Social Welfare and Social Policy (Part-Time)
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International Social Welfare and Social Policy (Part-Time)

Anglia Ruskin University
Cambridge, Great Britain
On campus
 1451 Points
2 Years, 1 Month

Program Description

Our Master’s course attracts multicultural students with a variety of backgrounds from sociology to business studies, and health to the Arts.

Whatever their background, our students are all enthusiastic about making a difference to their communities by improving human rights and living conditions. This might include changing how their society handles issues such as gender equality, prisoners’ rights, children’s education, or environmental protection, among others.

The international dimension of our Masters course will also make you an attractive candidate for potential employers – you will be used to working alongside people from different backgrounds, as well as exploring social issues from the perspective of different cultures.

• Tuition fees for students who have citizens' rights after Brexit: £4,750
• The part-time course fee assumes that you're studying at half the rate of a full-time student (50% intensity). Course fees will be different if you study over a longer period. All fees are for guidance purposes only.

Entry Requirements

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Core Modules

Comparative Social Policy & Social Welfare

Postgraduate Research Methods

Globalisation, Social Welfare & Social Policy

Postgraduate Project

Optional Modules

International Relations Theory in Context

Policing Transnational Crime

Contemporary Debates in Sociology

A History of Race, Racism and Resistance in Modern Britain

Twentieth and Twenty First Century Fiction and Social Change

Nationalisms, Diasporas and Identities


The skills and knowledge you pick up on this Masters course will prepare you for:

  • a career in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) (including community organisations, charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations)
  • employment in governmental organisations and academic organisations

Our past graduates have gone on to work in:

  • education
  • poverty reduction
  • charities and NGOs
  • consultancies
  • government bodies both in Britain and overseas

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