Bachelor of Social Science Gender Studies

Why Study Bachelor of Social Science Gender Studies at UNIMA

  1. This programme is accredited by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE)
  2. You'll engage in a year-long paid work experience, and past students have had the opportunity to collaborate with esteemed organizations.
  3. You will be taught by experienced staff members with research and project experience in this subject area as shown in their profiles.

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Entry Requirements

Six credits at MSCE or O-Level including English. A-Level with not more than 9 points in the best three subjects. A-Level holders with relevant subjects may also be considered for entry at second year. Degree from any recognized University and a strong motivation for gender equality. Accreditation of Prior Learning (AP

How you're taught
Face to Face:

Traditional classroom learning which involves students and lecturer to directly interact and collaborate in real time discussions and hands on activities.

Online classes:

Some content is taught virtually and course materials, lectures, assignments, and discussions are done online mainly using moodle and google classroom.

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