MA Philosophy

New College of the Humanities

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SummaryThe MA Philosophy programme at NCH provides a rigorous and wide-ranging programme relevant both to those entering formal philosophical study as graduates of other disciplines and to philosophy graduates seeking to consolidate and expand their studies.NCH, with its lively and inter-disciplinary research culture and faculty including the philosophers A C Grayling, Simon Blackburn, Daniel Dennett, and Peter Singer, small-group seminars conducive to stimulating debate, and focused ... READ MORE

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Full time | New College of the Humanities | 1 year | SEP

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Offers are typically made to applicants holding an undergraduate degree with at least upper second-class honours (or equivalent). Each applicant will be assessed on an individual basis through their application, a reference and personal statement. You do not need to have studied Philosophy as your undergraduate degree in order to be considered for a place on this programme. NCH welcomes applications from mature students who may have been out of education for a while who have equivalent professional experience.

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Latest Philosophy (Theory) reviews

Philosophy (Theory)
SR
Student Reviewer
29 Jan 20

MA Philosophy

Very satisfied- the one to one tutorials are the best part. Although we can have more weekly office hours that we can...
SR
Student Reviewer
27 Jan 20

MA Philosophy

University has good conditions to study philosophy. Although you can clearly see that university is still in progress...

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Where you'll study

New College of the Humanities

19 Bedford Square London
WC1B 3HH United Kingdom Nearest tube station: Goodge Street  0.1 miles away Nearest train station: Euston   0.5 miles away

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