Study & Learning
The Centre’s teaching programme is designed to support and develop the next generation of scholars and thinkers, as well as to foster a culture of critical reflection within the wider humanitarian community.
Each year the Centre accepts approximately 25 students from around the world for its MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies. This nine-month degree course offers a dynamic and intellectually rigorous path to the examination of forced migration resulting from conflict, repressive regimes, environmental change and development policies. Opportunities are also available for DPhil research supervised by RSC staff.
At the end of each academic year we run an extremely popular International Summer School. This three-week residential course offers an intensive, interdisciplinary and participative approach to the study of forced migration primarily for practitioners and policy makers. This School is complemented by a varied programme of short courses and professional training events.