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Masters Degrees in Ethics in Canada

Women's and Gender Studies BA, Masters Degree

University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) Canada

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Study a Ethics Masters in Canada in 2024

A masters degree in ethics will normally be combined with another subject area. It will allow you to take your knowledge and skills to the next level. Normally taking 1-2 years to complete, your degree can help you to advance your understanding of ethics. Admission requirements usually include a bachelor's degree in a related subject and evidence of language proficiency in the teaching language.

International students will be required to pay tuition fees, but you might be able to access financial assistance, such as a scholarship or grant. Graduates of a masters degree in ethics can choose to either look for an advanced role within their field, or pursue further studies, such as a PhD or research degree.

Study in Canada

Canada has a well earned reputation as a kind and welcoming country, making it a popular destination for international students looking to study abroad. If you choose to study in Canada, you will be able to access some of the worlds leading universities, as well as study in an environment that is encouraging of your development both inside and outside of the classroom. You will be able to choose from many highly ranked universities according to the QS World University rankings.

See our detailed guide to studying in Canada for international students.

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