Minimum of lower second class honours degree, or equivalent.
Months of entry
This is an advanced degree Programme that offers academic, professional and research advancement for those wishing to understand the causes, experiences and consequences of a wide range of marginalising factors that impact on groups of people and individuals; and in addition are interested in critically examining how marginalisation has been and might in the future be addressed through inclusive policies, interventions and behaviours of various kinds. As well as offering opportunities to study marginalisation in relation to various areas of specialist knowledge, such as language and communication, the Programme also encourages the development of understanding through the application of different theoretical and research perspectives, such as ethnography and psychoanalytical frameworks.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions
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