Students complete a program of research training that includes the ethnographic research methods, statistical analysis and the research training seminar as well as a language option. Students are assigned a supervisor at the start of the year, who will help the student choose other relevant course options.
Term 1: generic training; language training and/or; special course option; anthropological training; ethnographic research methods; research training seminar; work with supervisor. Term 2: generic training; language training
and/or; special course option; anthropological training; introduction to quantitative methods in social research; research training seminar; work with supervisor. Term 3; research training seminar: presentations to subject group; work with supervisor; submission of dissertation/research proposal.
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- Minimum upper 2nd Class Honours degree (or equivalent) in social anthropology. This Master's is designed for students wishing to pursue a PhD in social anthropology; exceptionally this course may be taken as a conversion MA; students who would like to take this path must demonstrate the regional and language expertise necessary for continuing onto a PhD.