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MPhil in Applied Biological Anthropology

Details Tuition: £36,750 Start Month: October
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University of Cambridge

MPhil in Applied Biological Anthropology

Programme Description:

The MPhil in Applied Biological Anthropology is a full-time interdisciplinary course, taken over a period of ten months, with core teaching in human nutritional ecology, growth and development, epidemiology and disease, reproductive ecology, conservation and molecular genetics. There are strong biostatistical and laboratory elements to the course as well as a focus on field studies. The lecturers are primarily involved in research and teaching within the Division of Biological Anthropology, in the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology. This taught MPhil recruits students who are prepared for graduate work and wish to receive interdisciplinary training, but who do not have sufficient background in Applied Biological Anthropology to be considered for the research MPhil or doctoral work. This is a demanding course that enables students to obtain specialist training and knowledge in an area of Applied Biological Anthropology over a relatively short time frame. Subject to performance in the examination, the course prepares students to undertake an advanced degree.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£36,750
Duration:10 Months Start Month: October

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies

Details Tuition: £34,295 Start Month: October
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University of Cambridge

MPhil in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies

Programme Description:

The MPhil in Multi-disciplinary Gender Studies provides rigorous advanced training in the multi-disciplinary study of gender. The course is designed for those students who wish to prepare for PhD or further research and also, for those who want to enhance their understanding of 'gender' by undertaking a one-year MPhil only. The primary objective of the course is to introduce students from a wide variety of academic, business and policy backgrounds to the traditions, methods and front-line research that shape an advanced gender analysis of human society. Over twenty different departments within the University of Cambridge come together on this course to address a range of topics such as Conflict; Globalization; Labour Market Inequality; Public Policy; Culture; Bio-medical advances, Experimental Psychology, Human Rights and Justice, Literature and the Arts, Culture and Antiquity. Graduates from this MPhil will emerge as highly desirable candidates for NGO, governmental, policy, business, and academic careers.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£34,295
Duration:11 Months Start Month: October

Application Fee: £50.00

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MPhil in Social Anthropology

Details Tuition: £37,870 Start Month: October
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University of Cambridge

MPhil in Social Anthropology

Programme Description:

The MPhil in Social Anthropology is an 11 month taught Masters degree and can be taken as a freestanding qualification or as a route to the PhD. It is a demanding course that enables you to reach a high level of specialist knowledge in social anthropology within a short time and, subject to performance, equips you to undertake a research degree. Problems in anthropological theory, interpretation, comparison and analysis are addressed in relation to particular ethnographies and substantive debates in the anthropological literature. Through critical reflection on a range of anthropological theories, and through practice in the application of those theories to bodies of ethnographic data, students acquire a thorough and intensive grounding in a range of styles of social anthropological analysis.

Type:MPhil(Full-Time) Tuition:£37,870
Duration:11 Months Start Month: October
Modules Include:

Production and Reproduction (Paper 1)

Systems of Power and Knowledge (Paper 2)

Optional Papers (Paper 3)

Theory, Methods and Enquiry in Social Anthropology (non-assessed Paper)

Social Anthropology and Development (Paper 3a)

Science and Society (Paper 3b)

The Anthropology of Post-Socialist Societies (Paper 3c)

Social Anthropology and Museums (Paper 3e)

Medical Anthropology (Paper 3f)


Application Fee: £50.00

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MSc in Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology

Details Tuition: £21,703 Start Month: October
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University of Oxford

MSc in Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology

Programme Description:

The University of Oxford's Institute for Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology offers a one-year MSc in Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology. The degree programme explores human thought, behaviour and culture from the perspectives of the evolutionary and cognitive sciences.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£21,703
Duration:12 Months Start Month: October

Application Fee: £50.00

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MSc in Migration Studies

Details Tuition: £21,500 Start Month: October
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University of Oxford

MSc in Migration Studies

Programme Description:

This nine-month interdisciplinary master’s degree analyses migration from a global perspective and as an integral part of development and social change. Taught by world-class researchers, it will introduce you to key migration concepts, methods and theories across the social sciences, and prepare you for further research or for a career in policy and international development.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£21,500
Duration:9 Months Start Month: October
Modules Include:

International Migration in the Social Sciences

Migration, Globalisation and Social Transformation

Methods in Social Research

Citizenship, belonging and the legal system

Ethnographies of transnationalism and diasporas

Labour immigration policy and the rights of migrant workers

Latin American and Caribbean migration and diasporas

Migration and development

Migration and displacement in Africa

Mobility, governance and the state


Application Fee: £50.00

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MSc in Social Anthropology

Details Tuition: £21,703 Start Month: October
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University of Oxford

MSc in Social Anthropology

Programme Description:

The MSc in Social Anthropology aims to provide a strong background in analytical and methodological issues in the subject, and practice in the critical evaluation of its sources, both in the library and in the context of fieldwork.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£21,703
Duration:12 Months Start Month: October
Modules Include:

Culture and identity

Kinship, power and change


Application Fee: £50.00

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MSc in Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology

Details Tuition: £21,703 Start Month: October
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University of Oxford

MSc in Visual, Material and Museum Anthropology

Programme Description:

The MSc consists of a structured programme of lectures, classes, and tutorials from October to June, followed by individual study and the writing of a dissertation over the summer. In addition to the teaching provided specifically for the VMMA programme, you will also be able to attend lectures in social anthropology to link your work to broader trends in the discipline.

Type:MSc(Full-Time) Tuition:£21,703
Duration:12 Months Start Month: October
Modules Include:

Fundamental concepts in visual, material, and museum anthropology

Contemporary themes in visual, material and museum anthropology

Research methods in visual, material anthropology and museum ethnography


Application Fee: £50.00

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MSt in Women's Studies

Details Tuition: £20,488 Start Month: October
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University of Oxford

MSt in Women's Studies

Programme Description:

The MSt in Women's Studies equips you with the critical and research tools needed for women’s studies in the humanities. It provides a systematic introduction to feminist theory, and enables you to gain the skills necessary to engage in original research into topics in the humanities relating to women and to gender, in a university with unrivalled facilities for both traditional and computer-age research. Teaching is delivered through close individual supervision, as well as a carefully designed programme of lectures and classes led by specialists from a wide variety of disciplines.

Type:MSt(Full-Time) Tuition:£20,488
Duration:9 Months Start Month: October
Modules Include:

Theory and Approaches to Research

Women’s Intellectual History c.1850-1950

Feminism in and through Political Philosophy: Between Embodiment and Humanism

Women's Poetry (1700-1830)

Early ‘Feminisms’

Women and Film

Contemporary Women’s Writing in German

Postcolonial Perspectives: Race and Gender in Brazil, Mozambique and Portugal

Women and their Bodies

Women and Medieval Literature

Early Modern German Women Writers

Medieval German Women Writers in German and/or Latin

Sexing the Middle Ages

Women’s Fiction in English, 1789 to the Present

Women in Old Icelandic Literature

Women and Film

Feminism and/in Philosophy

Italian Women Writers 1945-Present Day

Women’s Life Writing and Social and Political Change in Britain and Ireland, 1780 to the present

Gender and Representation in Russian Culture from 1800

Greek Women Writers and Film-makers 1945-1995

Gender and Development


Application Fee: £50.00

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