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I'm psychology student in University of Birmingham. I'm very interested in Anthropology and Religious studies, and I want to know if I can do a master in one of these two after graduating from uni? I'm not farmiliar with this website so I can only hope I ask this question in the right place.
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(Original post by PantomimeHorse)
I'm psychology student in University of Birmingham. I'm very interested in Anthropology and Religious studies, and I want to know if I can do a master in one of these two after graduating from uni? I'm not farmiliar with this website so I can only hope I ask this question in the right place.
You will be limited with masters that accept a broader undergrad degree from the social sciences but there will definitely be programs that would accept a psychology grad for either of those subjects.
It will take a bit of searching to find a masters that encompasses subject you want to learn and will accept a psychology degree as an entry requirement but not impossible.
If you go to findamasters.com and filter by anthropology and any other conditions you will find a multitude of courses. You’d then need to look at each of their entry requirements to see the specifics.
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