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London South Bank University Postgraduate Social Studies degrees

London South Bank University

London South Bank University is one of London's largest and oldest universities. LSBU was established in 1892 and has nearly 5,000 postgraduate students on campus enrolled on a variety of programmes in...Read more

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Refugee Studies MSc

Refugee Studies MSc

This course taught by internationally recognised members of staff with a range of innovative research experiences, the course is interdisciplinary. It requires the use of theoretical and methodological...Read more
  • 16 months Full time degree: £5670 per year (UK/EU)
  • 28 months Part time degree: £3150 per year (UK/EU)
Modules
  • Forced Migration and Development
  • Asylum Policy in the EU and Member States
  • Contemporary Issues in Development
  • Dissertation (Triple Module)
  • Forced Migration and Human Rights
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Social Policy and Social Research Methods MSc

Social Policy and Social Research Methods MSc

This Masters in Social Policy and Social Research Methods is particularly significant if you are currently working in local authorities or the voluntary sector. The skills you learn will progress your...Read more
  • 15 months Full time degree: £6000 per year (UK/EU)
  • 36 months Part time degree: £2667 per year (UK/EU)

Development and Urbanisation MSc

Development and Urbanisation MSc

This programme responds to the growing demands made on the humanitarian and development sectors by intensive urbanisation. This course has been established by the research and consultancy group on...Read more
  • 13 months Full time degree: £5670 per year (UK/EU)
  • 24 months Part time degree: £2520 per year (UK/EU)

Criminology and Social Research Methods MSc

Criminology and Social Research Methods MSc

The focus of this programme is on contemporary substantive issues in criminology and criminal justice and on criminological research methods. It is particularly appropriate for those engaged in criminal...Read more
  • 1 year Full time degree: £5670 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £2520 per year (UK/EU)
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