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The programme is designed to transform you into an active participant in the production of anthropological knowledge. It does so by letting you prepare, conduct, and report on a qualitative fieldwork in a wide range of regional, thematic, and theoretical specializations. A distinctive feature of this programme is the freedom in choosing your research topic.
The Programme Director of the MSc in Cultural and Social Anthropology is Dr Yatun Sastramidjaja.
Many companies, NGOs and other institutions need critical thinkers that can set up and manage (research) projects, write well, know how to reach and communicate with different groups of people, are flexible, and who are able to build networks in unfamiliar settings. As an anthropology student you work on all these skills and more to complete your research project.
Is Cultural and Social Anthropology for you?
The academic standards of this Master’s programme are rigorous and that is why a high level of commitment will help you, as well as an independent attitude and the desire to learn how to write thorough analytical texts. In this track, students share a strong interest in the field of anthropology and develop a specialization of their own. You also learn to empathise with the perspectives, emotions and ideas of other people.