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Gain a thorough understanding of the applied and theoretical aspects of social justice and apply your knowledge through a practical service-learning project integrated into the degree. In this unique Master’s degree you will:

  • Undertake work in the service of the community with a charity - this can be volunteering or paid work. If you are already working or volunteering for a charity, this service will count as part of your degree.
  • Choose modules from multiple disciplines related to applied social justice including in areas such as international development, education, human trafficking, applied politics, business, charity management, bio-ethics and Catholic social teaching.

Why study Social Justice and Public Service?

This course the first Master's degree in the UK devoted to service-learning that integrates a practical volunteering and/or paid experience at the service of the community with theoretical and applied understanding of social justice. This degree suits anyone aspiring to work in - or already working in - the ever increasing NGO, voluntary and charity sectors.

Career opportunities

This qualification will be a good starting point for further postgraduate programmes in studies related to social justice. It will be particularly valuable for students hoping to work in charities and the voluntary sector. It will also be appropriate for people working in business and the statutory sector (e.g., in relation to housing, welfare, development aid and non-governmental agencies). It is suitable for those desiring to combine a practical volunteering experience with academic research project and qualification.


St Mary's University, Twickenham


全日制 (1 年)

£14,550.00 (¥ 121,038) /年



St Mary's University, Twickenham

St Mary's University,

Waldegrave Road,



TW1 4SX, England



Bachelor degree from a recognised US higher education institution. 2:1 equivalent - US degree (grade point average, 4.0): 3.0. All of our postgraduate degrees require 6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in any section.


Candidates would be expected to have a minimum of a 2:2 in a BA/BSc from any discipline. Students whose first Language is not English, they need to have an IELTS score of 6.5 overall with no less than 6.0 in any section (or equivalent). iBT TOEFL: 88 overall with 20 in reading, 19 in listening, 21 in speaking and 20 in writing.