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MA in Gender and Women Studies

Course Overview

The aims of the programme are to enable students to:
A systematic understanding of debates on gender related aspects and the evolving role of
women in the modern societies;
Analyse theoretical debates and policies related to global feminism;
Understand socio-political issues currently affecting women around the world
Appreciate established techniques of research and enquiry that are used to enhance theory
and practice in relation to women studies;
Develop critical thinking and communications skills, thereby allowing graduates to conduct
research independently and to be able to evaluate the work of others;
Develop social project management skills.

Study mode

Part time


Part Time: 2 years, comprising 4 Semesters

Awarding Body


Entry Requirements

Admission decisions will be made by the School of Business Management and Finance on a case to case basis. Candidates must either be: Graduates of a recognised university or other institutions of higher education with at least a second class honours degree or holders of an approved professional qualification deemed equivalent to an honours degree. Or Other honours graduates or holders of an equivalent qualification may be admitted if they produce evidence which satisfies the School Board of their competence to pursue the programme;

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