In today’s increasingly diverse and interconnected world, it’s vital to understand how global cultures are defined, and how they differ, interrelate, and coexist. It’s never been more important to question our own perception of culture and how we can facilitate positive change in both our lives and workplaces. The 100% online master’s in Global Cultures from King’s College London has been designed in response to the increasing need for understanding global cultures, both personally and professionally.
You’ll be learning from some of the world’s best academics who come from a range of diverse backgrounds themselves, in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, the second largest faculty at King’s. The range of partnerships and collaborations with leading organisations will enhance your professional opportunities and networks during your studies and beyond.
A combination of theory, practice and research will equip you with a deep knowledge of contemporary challenges, such as race, gender, language, and migration. You’ll be able to put theory into practice as you utilise new skills for real-world contexts, including inclusion and communication. You’ll develop the skills to reflect, articulate and communicate effectively across markers of cultural difference, whilst becoming a better global citizen and enhancing your workplace skills and leadership capabilities.
You’ll join a global conversation with fellow students, lecturers, and tutors from across the world to build strong cultural communication skills and get the chance to tailor your interests via an independent research project in areas such as D&I, gender, and race, to become a truly global citizen.