Postgraduate Open Day Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences Open Day

Virtual Open Week

Monday 11 March to Friday 15 March 2024 (GMT)

Our Postgraduate virtual open week is taking place online with a range of different events throughout the week. Join one of our live presentations to learn more about your specific area of interest and get to know our departments better. Find your session and register via the links below.

Our students

Lauren Toner, MSc Political Research student

Lauren Toner

MSc Political Research

The department's reputation for research preceded it and I'm confident that no other university could offer the combination of expertise, world-class training and constant support that could match that of the Government & Public Policy academics and support staff.
Sophie Shields, Diplomacy student

Sophie Shields

MSc Diplomacy & International Security

I really enjoyed the opportunity to carve my own multidisciplinary path. My cohort were encouraged to pursue courses across history, law and politics and to discover our own areas of interest and speciality.
Seyram Nutsukpui Strathclyde student

Seyram Nutsukpui

LLM International Commercial Law

In terms of the quality of teaching at the university, it really is up there with the best. When speaking to different people along my journey, they always seem to recommend Strathclyde. I also had the opportunity to tailor the course to make it exactly what I wanted it to be, I like that about Strathclyde.
Shalini Patabiraman PGDE student

Shalini Pattabiraman

PGDE Secondary Education - English

Coming from the education sector, I found the PGDE programme at Strathclyde offered a fantastic module in educational perspectives and policies (EPP). These not only stimulated my thinking but became the bulwark for understanding the context of education in Scotland.
Emma Wright Data Science for Politics & Policy-making student

Emma Wright

MSc Data Science for Politics

The MSc was also backed by The Data Lab Innovation Centre and I was lucky enough to be awarded one of their scholarships for the programme this year, meaning they covered almost all my tuition fees. This really motivated me to accept my offer on the MSc programme as it reassured me I was on the right path, and that other people thought I would succeed!
Natasha Hessami Social Policy student

Natasha Hessami

MSc Social Policy (Research Methods)

Glasgow is a welcoming and liveable city! I have found a great community at the local climbing gym and through the university. I love living here so much I am planning on staying for a few years after I graduate.

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