Faculty of Arts
Women's Studies focuses on women and gender relations across a wide range of issues.
Women's Studies brings together perspectives from the social sciences, literature and the arts. You can take relevant courses from a range of subjects.
Study options in Women's Studies
Women's Studies is available for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, and is co-ordinated within the Department of Anthropology.
Find out what undergraduate study in Women’s Studies involves.
Stage I courses
The Stage I courses you can take as part of Women’s Studies.
Stage II courses
The Stage II courses you can take as part of Women’s Studies.
Stage III courses
The Stage III courses you can take as part of Women’s Studies.
Information about postgraduate programmes in Women’s Studies.
The postgraduate courses you can take as part of Women’s Studies.
Department of Anthropology
The subject Women’s Studies is located within the Department of Anthropology.
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