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Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies

Masters.
King’s College London

40

in world overall ranking*

7

in local overall ranking*
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About the course

This Masters course will allow students to gain a sophisticated understanding of anthropology, social policy, criminology or international community development in order to contribute to research in your field or develop your career prospects. Students are typically able to choose to undertake coursework only options or a minor thesis as part of the program.

What you might learn

Students can choose units of study such as ethnographic methods of looking into anthropology and broad developments of social policy, including an option of undertaking placements for some courses. Training throughout the degree will help you to develop key skills to specialise in that subject area.

Career outcome

Upon graduating from this program, you may be employed in roles such as policy analyst, academic, research officer, health administrator, counsellor, family law case officer, and etc. in companies including United Nations, Red Cross, Centrelink, Department of Human Services, Salvation Army, and etc.

Living Costs in London**



Restaurant
(Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant)
£ 13 - 17

Rent per Month
(1 bedroom in City Centre)
£ 1,500 - 1,983

Rent per Month
(1 bedroom Outside of Centre)
£ 1,050 - 1,389

Transportation
(Daily)
£ 2 - 3

Utilities per Month
(Electricity, Mobile & Internet)
£ 155 - 204

Average Salary***


*Source: Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2020)
**Source: numbeo.com
***Source: payscale.com

Costs

Tuition fees per year

£ 25,500

Information

Duration

1 year

Upcoming Intakes

Sep 2020

Course Code

N/A

Hotline

+60 3 5634 3767

Email

unitedkingdom@augstudy.com

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