Through studying this Global Cultures course from King's College London , you’ll develop the skills to reflect, articulate and communicate effectively across markers of cultural difference. You'll become better global citizens as well as enhancing your workplace skills and leadership capabilities.
A combination of theory, practice and research will equip you with a deep knowledge of contemporary challenges, such as race, gender, language and migration. You’ll be able to put theory into practice as you utilise new skills for real-world contexts, including inclusion and communication.
King’s is ranked fourth in the UK and 21st in the world for graduate employability (Times Higher Education's Global Employability University Ranking 2020).
Current workforce reports have pointed to a soft skills gap in today’s workforce. They suggest that the relevant skills of the future will require a human element and, therefore, cannot be learnt by machines. These skills include critical thinking, empathy, creativity and leadership, which you can develop during this course.
Through understanding aspects of global cultures, you’ll develop highly transferable skills, which will benefit any career option within any sector. It’s particularly beneficial if:
You wish to go onto further research in global cultures.
You're in a leadership or HR position and want to understand the needs of your colleagues.
You work or want to work for a global business or organisation.
You wish to facilitate positive change in your personal and work life.
You have a desire to work for NGOs and development organisations.
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- Language & Global Identities
- Connecting Cultures: Migration & Immigration
- Diversity & Inclusion in Practice
- Race & Ethnicity in a Global Context
- Gender & Globalisation: Transhistorical & Transcultural Approaches
- Communicating Global Cultures
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- 16 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
- 17 August
- 12 October
- 12 December
- 15 February
- 19 April
- 14 June
DisciplinesArea & Cultural Studies International Relations Sociology View 43 other Masters in Area & Cultural Studies in United Kingdom
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- A minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree with a final mark of at least 60% or above.
- If you have a lower degree classification, or a degree in an unrelated subject, your application may be considered if you can demonstrate significant relevant work experience, or offer a related graduate qualification (such as a Masters or PGDip).
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International1170 GBP/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 1170 GBP per module during 16 months.
National1170 GBP/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 1170 GBP per module during 16 months.
Your fees will be charged per module as you progress through the course. In the 2022/23 Academic Year modules will be charged at £1,170 per module. In the 2023/24 Academic Year modules will be charged at £1,229.
The number of modules you take will be determined by your chosen award as outlined below:
- Postgraduate Certificate: 4 modules
- Postgraduate Diploma: 8 modules
- Master of Arts: 12 modules
Tuition fees may be subject to an annual increase (capped at 5%) each academic year in line with King's College London's terms and conditions. Each increase comes into effect in September of each year.
Studyportals Tip: Students can search online for independent or external scholarships that can help fund their studies. Check the scholarships to see whether you are eligible to apply. Many scholarships are either merit-based or needs-based.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.