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RSC launches online course for learners affected by displacement
The Refugee Studies Centre (RSC) has launched a new three-month online course in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies that is available free of charge to individuals who have been affected by forced displacement.
RSC Pathways is inspired by the MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies. Over three months, learners will be part of a global cohort that is introduced to the main disciplines and themes in this field of studies. They will be taught by RSC lecturers and receive direct mentorship from colleagues in the Refugee-led Research Hub, who will facilitate deep engagement with course material. RSC Pathways is designed to support learners to progress to advanced academic and research opportunities. The course is offered free of charge, and learners will receive a certificate from the RSC upon completion.
The course has 10 modules that learners can complete independently or alongside a cohort of classmates within three months. The first cohort of RSC Pathways will begin studies in July 2022; subsequent cohorts will be offered every four months.
The deadline to apply is 6 June.