41 Gender Studies Master's degrees in United Kingdom

Gender Studies

This multi-disciplinary field of study deals with the various social and cultural aspects of men and women including the feminist and masculist theory.

Find and compare 41 Masters in Gender Studies in United Kingdom. Below is a selection of the available study options in United Kingdom. If you're interested in studying Gender Studies in United Kingdom you can view all 41 Master's programmes. You can also read more about the Gender Studies discipline in general, or about studying in United Kingdom.

Suggested Master's Programmes

Gender Studies Gender Studies
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA £ 5,750 per year
  • Non-EEA £ 5,750 per year
  • International £ 14,000 per year
  • 12 months

Gender Studies is an exciting area of scholarship. Drawing insights from across many academic disciplines, Gender Studies explores the dynamics of relations between women and men in the past, present and future.

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Women's and Gender Studies (GEMMA) Women's and Gender Studies (GEMMA)
  • Sep 2015
    Not specified
  • 24 months

The GEMMA programme is the first MA of its kind and falls in line with the implementation of the Bologna Process in European postgraduate provision. It carries high prestige within the European Union.

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Gender, Media & Culture
  • Dec 2015
    Not specified
  • Not specified

The MA in Gender, Media and Culture introduces you to recent debates on gender in the disciplines of sociology and media and communications studies, and to the interdisciplinary domains of feminist social and cultural theory.

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Gender Studies
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA € 6,780 per year
  • Non-EEA € 17,250 per year
  • 12 months

SOAS MA in Gender Studies is unique in that it refocuses issues of Western Gender Studies on the complex specificities of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Drawing on the expertise of staff across all SOAS faculties, it offers the specialised study of gender in relation to Asian, African and Middle Eastern cultures, together with rigorous training in and questioning of contemporary gender theory.

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Women's Studies
  • Oct 2015
  • EEA € 5,560 per year
  • Non-EEA € 15,305 per year
  • 12 months

This programme aims to provide a solid grounding in interdisciplinary women's studies, emphasizing gendered aspects of social and cultural life, representation and textual enquiry.

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Gender and Society
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA € 4,960 per year
  • Non-EEA € 14,260 per year
  • 12 months

The MA in Gender and Society is a new addition to the range of Masters programmes in the School of Politics , International Studies and Philosophy. It responds to undergraduate students who would like to pursue an interest in gender studies to postgraduate level. It is designed as a multidisciplinary course so as to enable students from a range of subject areas to study gender in a cross-cutting manner.

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Population and Reproductive Health
  • Jan 2016
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA € 7,224 per year
  • Non-EEA € 14,334 per year
  • 12 months

The MSc in Population & Reproductive Heath is a modular programme designed for professionals managing, or planning to manage, reproductive health programmes in low and middle income countries.

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Contemporary Identities
  • Oct 2015
    Not specified
  • 12 months

The study of identity is a burgeoning area of sociological and cultural studies. The programme provides an introduction, over a range of units, to key themes in this field, with identity explored in both theoretical and substantive ways.

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Women, Violence and Conflict
  • Oct 2015
  • EEA € 5,560 per year
  • Non-EEA € 15,305 per year
  • 12 months

This programme aims to provide a solid grounding in interdisciplinary women's studies, emphasizing gendered aspects in relation to violence and conflict in inter/national contexts.

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Gender, Violence and Conflict (2015 entry)
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA € 6,060 per year
  • Non-EEA € 14,450 per year
  • 12 months

The MA in Gender, Violence and Conflict will engage students critically with existing theoretical and policy debates about the links between sex, gender, violence and conflict. It will consider perspectives and arguments from anthropology and international relations, as well as from sociology, gender and feminist studies, and will include a focus on areas such as the gendered experiences of violence, conflict and peace; militarisation, masculinities and femininities, gender(ed) violence in situations of conflict and peace and the embodiment and institutionalisation of violence.

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Celtic & Linguistics
  • Sep 2015
    Not specified
  • 48 months

Among the Celtic languages taught at Edinburgh University in the department of Celtic and Scottish Studies, Scottish Gaelic, as an indigenous language of Scotland, receives the greatest emphasis. Early Irish and Medieval Welsh are also offered at Honours level. Since the establishment of the first Chair of Celtic in Scotland in 1882, the department has played a leading rτle both in research and in teaching. Celtic is a versatile academic discipline that includes both linguistic and literary scholarship, and in recent years an important socio-political dimension has emerged with particular focus on the modern Celtic languages, and especially on the situation of Scottish Gaelic in the devolved Scottish context. The study of Celtic develops the ability to engage in critical dialogue with literature and culture past and present, and to frame conceptually rigorous arguments in engaging with both texts and language.

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Gender
  • Sep 2015
  • EEA £ 12,024 per year
  • Non-EEA £ 18,600 per year
  • 12 months

The MSc Gender degree allows students flexibility to choose options up to the value of one and a half full units from a wide range of courses (students may only take options up to the value of one full unit outside the Institute).

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United Kingdom

United Kingdom

The UK has one of the most cosmopolitan societies within Europe and you will study with people from all over the world. The variety of universities and degrees is broad and degrees will be accepted worldwide.

English-Taught Education

Many universities in United Kingdom offer study programmes taught in English. Studying abroad in English-taught classes makes it easier to transfer your acquired knowledge to other countries. Furthermore, English-taught education will ensure international career opportunities in the future. Before starting a programme, you need to have a basic knowledge of the English language. Find an English course on Language Learning Portal or assess your level of English by taking the IELTS language test.