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Masters Degrees in Social Sciences Worldwide

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Social Sciences and Humanities MRes

University of Derby United Kingdom

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Environmental Social Science PhD

University of Kent United Kingdom

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Behavioural and Social Sciences (RM) Master Degree

University of Groningen Netherlands

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Social Sciences for a Digital Society Master Degree

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Netherlands

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Master of Social Work Master Degree

Griffith University Australia

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Social Geography and Regional Development PhD

Faculty of Science, Charles University Czech Republic (the)

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MA in European Studies Master

Institute of European Studies, Jagiellonian University Poland

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Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation Master Degree

Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Oslo Norway

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Psychology - Cognitive Processes and Technologies MSc

Berlin School of Business and Innovation Germany

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Economic and Social Sciences MSc

Bocconi University Italy

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Pre-Master's Programme in Humanities and Social Sciences Pre-Masters, Postgraduate

ONCAMPUS Southampton United Kingdom

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Integrated Study (Social Sciences) DPhil, PhD

University of Birmingham United Kingdom

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Master of Science (Social Sciences) Masters Degree (Research)

University of Tasmania Australia

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Inequalities and Social Science MA

School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds United Kingdom

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Study a Social Sciences Masters abroad in 2024

Social sciences as an academic discipline looks at the study of society and human behaviour. This also includes how people interact with each other and the world around them, and how this effects the way in which society develops, and how this influences the world. There are several subject areas within social sciences, these include things such as anthropology, economics, linguistics, politics and psychology, among others.

Graduates of a masters degree in social sciences will have a wide range of career paths available to them. These include social worker, human resource manager, political researcher, journalist, and counsellor, among others.

Your degree will be delivered through lectures and seminars, will the possibility of group projects. Modules you study might include:

  • Race and Racism
  • Global Poverty
  • Gender and Gender Politics
  • Social Inequality
  • Migration and Immigration

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