UCL Anthropology


Politics, Violence and Crime MSc

This programme provides students with the analytical and methodological skills to develop, pursue and analyse research questions as well as materials and projects tied to politics, violence and crime across different spatio-temporal contexts.

Graduate Online Open Days 24 January - 8 February 2023

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About this degree

Students gain in-depth knowledge and understanding of major theoretical, ethnographic and methodological debates in the anthropology of politics, violence and crime. They also develop their independent research skills through practical instruction in methods and a final dissertation project.

Who this course is for:

The programme is suitable for graduates in anthropology and related disciplines within the social and historical sciences, the humanities, as well as suitably qualified or experienced applicants who wish to develop their ethnographic research skills to further careers in research, teaching, development, public service, journalism and many other fields.