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MASc in Community, Engagement and Belonging


The MASc in Community, Engagement and Belonging is a new Master of Arts and Science degree offered by Liberal Arts in partnership with the Warwick Institute of Engagement.

How can we truly belong in a global community? On this innovative MASc degree, students will cross disciplines to explore what it means to create purposeful change within local and global communities. Students will have the flexibility to shape the course around their own interests and career goals, while developing their research skills and expertise in community engagement.

Course details

Visit the course webpage for details including:

  • Course overview
  • Entry requirements
  • Modules
  • Teaching and learning
  • Careers
  • Information about the Liberal Arts department
  • Tuition fees
  • Scholarships and funding
  • How to apply
The Warwick Institute of Engagement (WIE) is delighted to be partnering with the Liberal Arts department. Benefits to students include:
  • A two-year WIE Programme Fellowship: one year during students’ studies and one alumni year of fellowship. The year of alumni fellowship will enable students to continue developing networks beyond graduation. It will also help students to stay connected to Warwick as they work in their communities or take the next step in their international career.
  • The opportunity to take WIE’s intensive Public Engagement postgraduate module, dependent on availability. This module is taught in conjunction with the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL).
  • Involvement in WIE’s Learning CirclesLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window, allowing students to engage meaningfully in cutting-edge University-level discussions around public engagement.
  • The opportunity to apply for an experienced WIE Mentor if students choose the Community-Based Learning Dissertation.
  • Additional enrichment opportunities from WIE may also be available throughout the course of this degree.