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    I'm looking at the possibility of doing a masters in philosophy or public policy somewhere in Europe. However, I don't have an undergraduate degree in the subject and my current undergraduate degree is in environmental social sciences. Does this mean I won't be able to do a philosophy masters or?
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    (Original post by CSRW)
    I don't have an undergraduate degree in the subject and my current undergraduate degree is in environmental social sciences. Does this mean I won't be able to do a philosophy masters or?
    I imagine most universities would offer you a place if you have 2:1 minimum and you have done some preparatory reading in the area so you know what you're signing up for. I'm applying for MA Philosophy as a mature student with a good degree in another subject. I have studied it personally for years and have been reassured by the university that it is not essential as they accept PG students from all backgrounds. I would contact the admissions team if you're not sure, hope that helps!
 
 
 
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