A 1st class honours degree in anthropology or equivalent. A good 2.1 degree might be acceptable in special circumstances.
A research training course for students with substantial background in social anthropology. It provides a comprehensive training in generic social science methods and intensive research training in social anthropology and the opportunity to complete a research thesis
Months of entry
Course contentResearch Design and Strategy; Professional Research Practice; Anthropological and Social Theory; Qualitative Social Research Methods; Quantitative Research Methods.
Fees and fundingESRC, Domestic Research Scholarships
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Graduate Administrator
- 01223 334599
- 01223 335993