The interdisciplinary MSc in Migration Studies allows students to explore human mobility as an intrinsic part of the broader processes of development and global change; and to address the causes and consequences of migration and how governments, societies, and migrants themselves shape these.
The School of Anthropology (SAME) and the Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) jointly offer the programme. The course draws on the intellectual resources of its two parent departments and migration research centres at Oxford.
About the course
- Teaching and Faculty
- After the MSc: read the testimonials of former MSc students
- MSc podcast channel
- MSC in Migration Studies Course Handbook 2022 - 23
For up-to-date details about the course, entry requirements, applications and deadlines, please visit the University's MSc in Migration Studies page.
Do you want to know how our MSc graduates use their skills in their careers?
Read about the onward journeys of our former students and their opinions on the course by viewing our testimonials and careers page below.
Blogs by MSc candidates
Afghan Women's Bodies and the Politics of National Identity
Saher Ali | 8/10/2021
How does social media affect our understanding of migrants and refugees?
Anya Jhoti | 23/08/2021
Migrants in and out of the National Health Service
Mariri Niino, Lauren Brown and Zehui Qiu | 24/03/2021
The US – Mexico Border: A testing ground for digital warfare
Erin Harris | 03/04/2020
Dangerous Digital Liaisons: An inquiry into digital policies regarding migrant smuggling on social media
Johanna Bankston | 02/04/2020
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