On our MA Global Black Studies course, we will situate Black studies, culture, and identity in a global context. The master’s degree aims to unite global perspectives, through course modules you will investigate the underlying historical, cultural, and contemporary patterns of social change. We will look at social change in broad terms but also through specific case studies. Throughout your studies you will have the chance to learn more about particular social groups and their interventions and contributions in global regions and local communities, such as:
- the legacy of African Chattel Enslavement
- the African and Caribbean diaspora
- the rise of indentured workers.
- the Windrush generations
- black social activism.
- Black Lives Matter (BLM)
- issues in education
- white privilege
- the social justice system.
- working to briefs
- time-management skills
- showing initiative
- working collaboratively
- displaying good communication and interpersonal skills.
Applicants would be expected to meet the UWL entry requirements for postgraduate study: An honours degree (2:2 or above) from a UK university or equivalent. Minimum of English and Maths at the equivalent of GCSE grade C or above. However, there will be scope for consideration of entrants with non-traditional qualifications based on work experience. This will be undertaken on an individual basis and involve an interview.
Fees and funding
No fee information has been provided for this course