|Study location||United Kingdom, Colchester Campus|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 year|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
A degree with an overall grade of 2.2.
IELTS: 6.5 overall (with a minimum component score of 5.5 except for 6.0 in writing)
At least 1 reference(s) must be provided.
Reference should be written on official letterhead, signed and dated. Please upload it in the Documents section.
Expenses, accommodation, working etc.
Interested? To learn more about this study programme, entry requirements and application process, please contact one of our consultants in a country nearest to you.
Contemporary Issues in Human Rights and Cultural Diversity
Dissertation: MA Human Rights and Cultural Diversity
Human Rights: Theories and Applications
Human Rights Clinic (optional)
Religion and Human Rights (optional)
Human Rights, International Relations and Diplomacy (optional)
International Security Studies (optional)
Contemporary Theories of Justice (optional)
Race and Class in the United States, South Africa and Britain: Select Topics (optional)
Language Rights (optional)
The Law of International Peacekeeping (optional)
International Human Rights: Law, Institutions and Practice (optional)
Public International Law (optional)
Foundations of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (optional)
The Protection of Refugees and Displaced Persons in International Law (optional)
International Child Law (optional)
European Convention on Human Rights I (optional)
The Protection of Minorities and Indigenous Peoples in International Law (optional)
Human Rights and Development (optional)
International Trade, Investment and Human Rights. (optional)
Human Rights for Women (optional)
Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in Africa (optional)
The Inter-American System of Human Rights (optional)
Business and Human Rights (optional)
Psychoanalysis of Groups and Organisations (optional)
Psychosocial Perspectives on Human Rights (optional)
Social Psychology (optional)
Culture and Psychology (optional)
Advanced Social Psychology (optional)
Dynamics of Home and Work (optional)
Formative Debates in Criminology (optional)
Current Controversies in Criminology and Criminal Justice Policy (optional)
Colonialism, Culture and Human Rights (optional)
Graduates are well placed for careers as a journalist, a policy analyst or researcher, as an official in the United Nations system or as an activist in humanitarian and policy-making non-governmental bodies in the UK and abroad. We also prepare you to undertake further independent research in the field of human rights.