In order to apply you must have a first degree (UK second class honours degree or equivalent or above). Where English is not a first language, proof of English language competence will be required (IELTS 6.5 or equivalent, with a minimum of 6 in each sub-test).
Months of entry
Course contentAims of the course:
Think, talk, and write about climate change, and the ways in which it is represented, in a systematic, critical and well-informed way. Understand, evaluate and apply a range of theories about the political consequences of climate change, and appreciate the theory and empirical reality of responses to climate change in their social and political contexts. Develop the ability to conduct and report on their own research using appropriate techniques of scholarship in the social sciences. These research skills are essential for the dissertation, but also give a good grounding for future academic or professional work.
Information for international students
Keele offers a safe supportive campus environment. This course can be taken by international students. It is delivered in four short blocks - and is mainly intended for those unable to live at Keele during the year. It would be possible to take this course while doing an internship elsewhere.
Fees and fundingSubject to resources being available, SPIRE offers part-fee bursaries to some postgraduate students. Details are available on the SPIRE website or from Kathryn Ainsworth, Postgraduate Co-ordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualification and course duration
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Course contact details
- Kathryn Ainsworth