The MSc in Migration Studies is a nine-month interdisciplinary degree offered jointly by the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography and the Oxford Department of International Development.
This interdisciplinary, nine-month master’s degree integrates the study of migration and mobility with broader processes of development and social transformation world-wide. Taught by world-class researchers, it will introduce you to key migration and mobility-related concepts, methods and theories across the social sciences, and prepare you for further research or a professional career.
In the first and second terms you will do the following core courses:
- Migration and the Economy
- Governance of Migration
- Anthropology of Migration
- Migration and Development
- Methods of Social Research
In the second term, you will study two options which you will have chosen in the first term from a list that changes from year to year, and in the final term, you will write a dissertation of up to 15,000 words.
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