Postgraduate taught courses (2016 entry)

Research training

Our MSc in Social Research Methods, run by the new Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Doctoral Training Centre, is specifically designed to provide 1+3 training for those intending to move directly to doctoral study in relevant disciplines and interdisciplinary areas. It can also be taken as a stand-alone one-year course.

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Animal behaviour
Anthropology
Art history
Astronomy and cosmology
Biochemistry and molecular biology
Business, management and finance
Cancer cell biology
Childhood and youth studies
Climate change and energy
Computing, artificial intelligence and IT
Conservation biology
Creative and critical writing
Development studies
Economics
Education and teaching
Engineering and design
English
English language and linguistics
English language teaching (ELT)
Evolutionary biology
Film studies
Gender studies
Geography
History
Human rights
International relations, security and global governance
Journalism
Law
Mathematics
Media and cultural studies
Media practice, documentary and filmmaking
Medicine and health studies

These courses are offered by the Brighton and Sussex Medical School, a partnership between the Universities of Sussex and Brighton, and local NHS providers. The following links will take you to the Brighton and Sussex Medical School website.

Migration studies
Music
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Physics
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Psychology
Science, technology and innovation
Social and political thought
Social work and social care
Sociology