Find out about equivalent entry requirements and qualifications for your country.Full-time students take three modules per semester, six in total by the end of the second semester.
Find out about equivalent entry requirements and qualifications for your country.Full-time students take three modules per semester, six in total by the end of the second semester.Understanding the challenges associated with ageing, and assessing academic and policy evidence in this area, are critical skills for employees in a range of professional environments.
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The study of ageing also investigates the relationships between generations and the interconnections between individuals’ experiences over the lifecourse.
The postgraduate programme on ageing draws on a range of disciplines including social policy, demography, sociology, biology, health sciences, psychology and economics.The dissertation is submitted by the end of September of that year.Students on the part-time programme take two compulsory modules and one option module in each year of the studies.This programme will also allow you to specialise in ageing in particular contexts such as sub-Saharan Africa, China and South-east Asia.Enrolling on the MSc in Global Ageing and Policy can open doors to a range of careers in policy-related, medical or caring professions.Scholarships, bursaries, sponsorships or grants may be available to support you through your course.Funding opportunities available to you are linked to your subject area and/or your country of origin.The dissertation is conducted in the second year and normally submitted by the end of December in year two. Students select to study either Quantitative Research Methods (DL) or Qualitative Research Methods (DL).Students must select to study Ageing in Africa: Research and Policy (DL) or Ageing in China and South-East Asia (DL).C, degree to be awarded once errors or omissions of substance have been corrected to the satisfaction of the examiner).Where there are numerous instances of errors that are individually minor but when taken together are deemed by the examiners to form a significant undertaking for the candidate to correct, a recommendation of errors of substance may be made.