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  • Roehampton offers a distinctive suite of masters programmes in human rights. While the programmes concentrate on various discipline-specific aspects of human rights, they are also located within a broader, multidisciplinary perspective through shared mo... more >

  • The aim of this programme is to produce highly skilled and educated professionals capable of adapting to the needs of churches in the 21st century. In an age when there is no longer a widely shared theological view of the world, a central challenge for... more >

  • Roehampton is internationally recognised for its work in the area of Early Childhood Studies. The programme offers opportunities for you to study alongside colleagues from a range of professional areas including education, health, and social work and a... more >

  • Interest in stress is increasing in terms of scientific research as well as the rapidly growing commercial stress management sector. This programme provides an academically respectable and science-based qualification in the study of stress, dealing spec... more >

  • The MA Education offers a range of pathways: Subject specialisms: English language and literacy Mathematics Science Design and Technology Religious Education Special and Inclusive Education Teaching and learning in Higher Education (not in 2... more >

  • Community dance negotiates complex relationships between the creative, social and political. If you work in community dance, or... more >

  • The Master of Research in Sociolinguistics is designed for people who wish to pursue graduate studies with a measure of independence or with specific interest in an area of research investigation. This programme is different from the traditional taug... more >

  • The MA in Historical Research is taught by nationally and internationally renowned historians whose breadth of interests is one of the strengths of the programme. Our current research interests include the poor and marginalised in nineteenth- and twenti... more >

  • This programme offers English language teachers the opportunity to further their careers in the field of language education. more >

  • This new postgraduate programme offers students the opportunity to work towards the degree of MA in Applied Music Education or through one of four new pathways leading to the award of: MA in Applied Music Education (Choral) MA in Applied Music Educa... more >

  • The MSc/PGDip Clinical Neuroscience offers an exciting opportunity to study modern neuroscience with a focus on clinical implications. It gives an insight into recent advances in neurosciences relevant to neurological and neuropsychiatric diseases. T... more >

  • The course begins by introducing students to core historical, philosophical, legal, sociological and theological debates in... more >

  • The MA Special and Inclusive Education programme has been designed to provide a range of flexible opportunities for practising professionals working in education, and in, related professions, to engage in rigorous, in-depth study with a view to widening... more >

  • The focus of this programme is South Asian Dance in the 20th century with two compulsory modules exploring the relationship of South Asian dance forms/genres and their cultural context with reference to the Indian subcontinent and the UK. The first modu... more >

  • Building on the success of the University’s undergraduate business studies programmes this MSc/PGDip International Management has been developed to address a new era of international companies whose leaders and core operations are dispersed across the g... more >

  • This brand new MA focuses on an area of increasing interest to critics and theorists: the relationship between literature and materiality. Material culture has formed an increasingly important aspect of literary studies over the last decade, with subjec... more >

  • This programme offers an exciting opportunity to study malnutrition, both under- and over-nutrition, with a focus on the clinical implications. It provides an insight into recent advances in nutrition relevant to both acute and chronic illnesses; the ke... more >

  • Why study Dance here? We have an internationally recognised , which hosts a range of projects, including historical, analytical and anthropological studies, and choreography. The Centre is an important platform for dance scholars and researching artist... more >

  • Dance anthropology, dance ethnology, and ethnochoreology are part of an established field of research, which investigates the place of dance within its socio-cultural setting from the perspectives of those participating in it, whether as dancers, dance–... more >

  • The MA Special and Inclusive Education programme has been designed to provide a range of flexible opportunities for practicing professionals working in education, and in, related professions, to engage in rigorous, in-depth study with a view to widening... more >

  • This programme prepares students for employment in local, national and international non-profit organisations. It is suitable for recent graduates wanting to develop a career in the sector, for those wishing to change sectors and for those in the sec... more >

  • Our programme will refine your knowledge and practice of writing. We aim to help you improve your writing skills by offering detailed and specialised encounters with writing theory and practice. These encounters will expand your awareness of the context... more >

  • This popular programme in children's literature not only involves the study of children's books, in all forms, but also their influence within our culture. We are internationally acclaimed for our work in children's literature, and this programme allows... more >

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