Master Forensic Toxicology by Research (Full-time, Part-time) - Máster en Toxicología Forense para Investigación
The MSc Research in Human Geography is a research training Masters degree that provides the skills necessary to undertake a PhD in Human Geography, or for those who want to acquire rigorous research skills more generally.
The recognition of the programme by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) means that applicants are eligible to apply for 1+3 funding for Masters and PhD or, on successful completion, can apply to ESRC for +3 funding for a PhD.
Normally a good Honours degree or equivalent in Geography or a related discipline.
We accept a range of qualifications.
English language requirements
You can satisfy our English language requirements in two ways:
by holding an English language qualification to the right level
by taking and successfully completing one of our English courses for international students
Theoretical Themes for Geographers (20)
Doing Human Geography (20)
Social Research Methods I (20 – Delivered by CoSS)
Social Research Methods II (20 – Delivered by CoSS)
Optional modules (Choose 2):
Resilience and Urban Living (20)
Geopolitics and Globalisation (20)
The City and Modernity (20)
Negotiating Environmental Controversies (20)
Former students taking this Masters degree programme have developed successful academic, business and policy-based careers (for example, in policy development, international finance and accountancy, economic development and consultancy, journalism and market research for a range of public, private and voluntary organisations). Other graduates of the course have continued to PhD research in the School and elsewhere, such as Oxford. Given the increasing competition for graduate jobs, many students are now deciding to read for an MSc to enhance their CVs.