Postgraduate Pathway: Intercultural Communications
Help share knowledge across borders
Communications and Humanities aims to share information across different cultures and social groups. Anglia Ruskin's MA Intercultural Communications course covers various cultural topics such as Impacts of Migration Discourse and Identity, Language, Identity and Policy and Intercultural Relations and Communication. Similarly, the MA International Relations course discovers how international relations theory affects real-world events, and develop crucial skills like decision making and debating. The newly added MA Criminology course examines real-life case studies to piece together the inner workings of serious crime, and the methods used to police it. The MA Sociology course helps students gain an in-depth understanding of the latest issues and debates in sociology.
All of these course are taught on our Cambridge campus and CRIC's Pre-Masters pathway is available to start in January, June and September.
- Access to all the university's state of the art facilities.
- Small class sizes.
- 3 possible start dates (September, January and June).
- Extra contact time with your tutors.
Pathways at Anglia Ruskin University
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Stage 1: Pre-Masters
CRIC at Anglia Ruskin University
For a detailed course overview, please follow this link
Stage 2: Masters Degree
Cambridge Faculty of Arts, Law and Social Sciences
For more information about intake semesters and campus location please see our course matrix.
Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of the following from Anglia Ruskin University:
To find out the academic requirements of our programmes please see Academic Requirements which outlines the entry requirements by country. Unless stated requirements are standard across all programmes -