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Postgraduate Study


On this innovative taught Master's in Community, Engagement, and Belonging, you will cross disciplines to explore what it means to create purposeful change within local and global communities. You will have the flexibility to shape the course around your own interests and career goals, while developing your research skills and expertise in community engagement.

As a student on this programme, you will also benefit from a one-of-a-kind partnership with the Warwick Institute of Engagement (WIE).

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The core modules on our MASc in Community, Engagement, and Belonging focus on the value of building and enhancing partnerships with community organisations, offering the methodological and theoretical grounding for in-depth research.

Explore the core modules on offer and discover some of the optional modules you might study.

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WIE partnership

Students on this programme will benefit from our partnership with the Warwick Institute of Engagement.

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Up to four bursaries are available for students commencing the MASc in Community, Engagement, and Belonging in autumn 2023.

Find out what the criteria is for the bursaries and when the application deadline is.

Get to know us

Want to learn more and take the first step to making a real difference in your community? You can contact Dr Lauren BirdLink opens in a new window Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes (Liberal Arts), or Heather Robson, Postgraduate Programmes Manager (School for Cross-faculty Studies).

You can also join our Open Day events and live virtual chats, which allow you to meet us and get a real taste of what it's like to be part of Warwick.