The MSc in African Studies with
Environment draws on expertise from across UCL to focus on contemporary
environmental issues across Africa including water supply, agriculture, climate
change and settlement growth.
Linking with UCL’s successful global
health programme, the MSc in African Studies with Health provides the
opportunity to acquire specialist knowledge on health infrastructure and
community health issues in an African context.
MA in African Studies with Heritage will draw on UCL’s expertise in archaeology
and anthropology to provide a critical framework for assessing the management
and protection of heritage resources in Africa.
The African Studies and Education pathway will critically examine the contested nature and form of of education in contemporary Africa, and the ways in which this impacts on relationships beyond the continent.
African Studies convenes a range of bespoke modules on African topics. Some are compulsory for students on African Studies courses, while others can be chosen as options (see above). UCL students from outside of African Studies are also always very welcome to take our modules.
The African Studies MA/MSc provides unique access to a multidisciplinary blend of world-leading research and expertise relating to the study of Africa.
It is important that you read the guidance notes carefully before starting your online application.