University of Leeds

Degree level: Postgraduate

Work and Employment Relations (WERD) (Research)

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Course summary

The Work and Employment Relations Division within Leeds University Business School are interested in receiving proposals in the following areas of research: Between Professions and Precarity: the New World of Work Changing Structures of Governance and Organisation Employment, Skills and Occupations Labour Mobility, Migration and Citizenship Markets, Flexibilisation and Social Protection Voice, Representation and Social Movement.

Assessment method

Assessment is varied, and is comprised of a combination of coursework, presentations and research reports.

Entry requirements

Candidates with a good Bachelor's degree or equivalent qualification (for UK students this is usually an upper second or first class honours degree) can apply for the MA by Research. You should also meet our English language requirement.

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Work and Employment Relations (WERD) at University of Leeds - UCAS