Distance Learning Masters - MA Comparative Drug & Alcohol Studies

The Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (DARC) at Middlesex University (the host organisation for ISSUP UK) are delighted to announce that we are recruiting for Distance Learning Masters, which is open to people from any country.  Details as follows:-

MA COMPARATIVE DRUG AND ALCOHOL STUDIES (recruiting for September 2021)

This master's degree is designed for those who want to expand their knowledge and understanding of drug and alcohol issues, including policies and interventions, within a comparative context. It is relevant to policy makers and practitioners, and to students and researchers working in, associated with, or preparing to enter this field. Over the course of the programme you will gain the knowledge and skills required to investigate and analyse drug and alcohol use and their responses, from a multi-disciplinary and cross-national perspective.

The master's is being run jointly by four universities: Middlesex University; Aarhus University (Denmark); and University of Torino (Italy). With access to a group of European teachers and students, you will have opportunities to share research findings as well as experiences and personal knowledge about your own countries. You will also have the chance to study in partner universities or undertake placements in Europe and international agencies and gain career development through utilising work-based learning approaches and internships.  The part-time programme is taught primarily through distance learning methods complemented by some face-to-face tuition.

For more information, click on the link below.

Contact:  Professor Karen Duke, Programme Leader (k [dot] duke [at] mdx [dot] ac [dot] uk