About the courseViolence and conflict are always gendered processes. Shining a critical light on gender helps us to understand violence and conflict better. This MA is ideal for students looking to broaden their theoretical perspective on the area of women, violence and conflict through applying feminist theoretical approaches and a gendered lens. Attentive to intersecting categories, youll form an awareness of how violence and conflict affect gendered lives differently in local and global contexts. The courses specialist focus on gendered experiences of violence and conflict provides the advanced knowledge suitable for further study and careers in organisations engaging with issues around human rights, politics and welfare support.
Academic entry requirements
You must have successfully completed an United Kingdom Bachelor degree (or equivalent overseas qualification) or/with full-time or equivalent, work experience in a relevant industry setting. Meeting the minimum academic requirements does not guarantee ent
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AboutThe University of York is a collegiate research university, located in the city of York, England. Established in 1963, the university has expanded to more than thirty departments and centres, covering a wide range of subjects.
The University of York is a world-leading Russell Group university with a global reputation for inspirational and life-changing research. The prestigious Russell Group represents 24 leading UK universities committed to maintaining the highest academic standards in both teaching and research. The university is located in the historic city of York, which is regularly named one of the best places to live and visit in the UK.
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Heslington Campus - University of York
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York University is based around the 200 acre Heslington campus which is approximately 20 minutes walk or under 10 minutes by bus to York city centre. There is also a smaller University campus cluster, Kings Manor, in the heart of the city centre where the departments of Archaeology, Medieval Studies and Eighteenth Century Studies are based.