Master’s degree at merit level in a relevant subject, or equivalent (a good Honours degree may be considered).
Months of entry
Areas of research include: comparative sociology and social policy; criminology; health and social care; history and theory of social policy and social welfare; research methods and methodological innovation; sexualities, gender and ethnicities; social change, the life-course and community relationships; work and organisations.
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Course contact details
- Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences
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