Degree and/or experience subject to interview and AP(E)L. IELTS 6.5 or equivalent. DBS clearance required.
Months of entry
The MA Social Policy is one of a number of new and exciting programmes developed by the Department of Social Sciences. This Social Policy programme will be of particular interest to you if you are:
- An experienced practitioner looking for advanced Continuous Professional Development opportunities.
- An International Student wanting to study and practice in the UK.
- An undergraduate student looking to move directly onto postgraduate education incorporating work based experiences and strengthening your employability prospects.
If you are interested in making a difference with opportunities to theorise social policy in practice this challenging programme will engage you in a high quality, transformative educational experience. The programme will provide opportunities to actively engage in professional networks across a range of vibrant partnerships as well as contribute to socially just and sustainable academic research with impact in practice. A key feature of the programme is the emphasis on both breadth and depth of understanding of social policy analysis in its broader economic, social, environmental and political contexts.
The Programme aims to:
- Introduce students to the study of social policy both from British and international perspectives. It explores the subject in the context of personal perspectives and position within broader political, social, cultural, economic and environmental developments.
- Develop opportunities for global, employer and digital engagement through which to create a greater capacity for social policy practice and knowledge exchange.
- Develop confidence, capabilities and creativity to flourish in the worlds of study and employment.
If you are currently working in social policy or interested in building on your undergraduate degree in order to pursue a related occupation in health, housing, social services or social security, then the MA Social Policy could be for you. You’ll gain a wide range of knowledge and transferable skills throughout the programme, including sophisticated skills in research, communication and analysis that will be useful in a variety of jobs.
Fees and funding
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Hazel Bending
- 01752 636700 ext 4117