POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES IN AFRICAN STUDIES
The African Studies Unit offers an exciting range of Degree
Programmes designed especially for students from a variety of backgrounds
and disciplines, who have an interest in Africa. These degrees are intended
to broaden critical skills and to equip postgraduate students with an interdisciplinary
set of tools to think with.
Programmes on offer include:
taught Honours and Masters degree, offered to accommodate candidates individual
interests and academic backgrounds. Students design and develop a research
topic and select courses, relating to that topic, normally including
options from within the area of their undergraduate majors, and work with
a CAS supervisor. The Centre offers an interdisciplinary coursework programme
in the specialised area of African Literature and Culture.
Diploma in African Studies - CAS also offers a quite unique and
specially developed one-year . This diploma is ideal for students,
whose first degree is not in African Studies or for those promising
who are improving their grades with a view to further postgraduate work.
Heritage and Public Culture - Students may
be interested in the new postgraduate programme that was launched in
2009, which engages with the richness
of local heritage sites, archives and institutions and the central
role that formulations Heritage have come to play in emergent notions
of culture and identity. for more info.
and PhD studies by dissertation.
application form here. For more information about the above programmes, download
Course Structure and Requirements, or E-mail