Taught master's degree with a high merit or equivalent overall (65+), including a minimum of a high merit in the dissertation (65+), in a related discipline Taught master's degree with merit or equivalent overall, including a high merit in the dissertation, in a related discipline.
Months of entry
Opportunities for research in the pioneering field of gender studies are unparalleled. Students participate in seminars and workshops, as well as following a research training programme within the Institute. Our key research areas are feminist epistemology and methodology; Women in South Asia and Diaspora, gender and peacekeeping; feminist political economy, globalisation, gender and inequality; transnational sexuality studies, economic restructuring, new economy, work and care; feminist political theory; normative political theory; egalitarianism; multiculturalism; gender and autonomy; gender, sexuality and ageing; cultural memory and time; feminist film theory.
Research are a core part of research culture at the Gender Institute, and their PhD programme is tailored both to their individual needs and to general needs, such as methodology training and engagement in professional academic life. All research students at the Institute receive core training in their first year to prepare them for their research and writing, and ongoing training across the period of the studies within and outside the Institute. The aim is to enable students to complete a PhD thesis within three to four years, or an MPhil thesis in two years.
Globalisation, Development and Inequalities; Families, Social Change, and Social Policy; Multiculturalism and democracy; Security, development and rights; Representation and memory; Sexuality and culture; Transnational epistemology and methodology
Information for international students
IELTS 7.0 overall
Fees and funding
LSE, ESRC, AHRC
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Student Recruitment Office
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