Gender Studies Bachelors & Masters in London

Program University Student satis­faction Unem­ployed Drop­out Tuition (UK) Tuition (Inter­national) UCAS Tariff City
SOAS, University of London - - - £10970 £11980 £20530 £23400 - London On campus Full-time
University of Greenwich - - - £8750 £14500 - London On campus Full-time
Istituto Marangoni - - - £23300 £29600 - London On campus Full-time
University of the Arts London 64% 0% 0% £9250 - 203 London On campus Full-time
University of the Arts London 65% - 2% £9250 - 157 London On campus Full-time
Istituto Marangoni 69% - 25% £16600 £23100 154 London On campus Full-time
Birkbeck, University of London 69% - 25% £4515 £8190 154 London On campus Part-time
Birkbeck, University of London 69% - 25% £3010 £5460 154 London On campus Part-time
The London School of Economics and Political Science 69% - 25% £15216 £23520 154 London On campus Full-time
The London School of Economics and Political Science 69% - 25% £15216 £23520 154 London On campus Full-time
The London School of Economics and Political Science 69% - 25% £15216 £23520 154 London On campus Full-time
The London School of Economics and Political Science 69% - 25% £15216 £23520 154 London On campus Full-time
The London School of Economics and Political Science 69% - 25% £14640 £22608 154 London On campus Part-time
The London School of Economics and Political Science 69% - 25% £4517 £20136 154 London On campus Full-time
Goldsmiths, University of London 69% - 25% - - 154 London On campus Part-time
SOAS, University of London 69% - 25% £10970 £11980 £20125 £23400 154 London On campus Full-time
Kingston University 69% - 25% £5800 £13700 154 Kingston upon Thames On campus Full-time
Birkbeck, University of London 69% - 25% - - 154 London On campus Full-time
Birkbeck, University of London 69% - 25% - - 154 London On campus Part-time
Interested in courses outside London?
58 Gender Studies Courses in the UK.
Related subjects - degree programmes in London:
  • Difference between Gender Studies and Women Studies | Simplified
    1/1

Jobs & Career Perspectives

Career perspectives for Gender Studies

15 months after graduation, graduates of this subject were asked about their current circumstances of employment, what they do, and whether their activities and perspectives are directly related to their studies.

Current jobs

Among graduates of Gender Studies who indicated that they are working, the percentage below represents the number who “agree” or “strongly agree” with the statements about their job.

Job in line with future plans

Utilise skills from studies

Work is meaningful

Specialisations within Gender Studies

  • Women's Studies
  • Men's Studies
  • Queer Studies

Required skill level of job after 15 months

Among graduates of Gender Studies who indicated that they are working, the percentage below represents the number of highly skilled vs non-highly skilled jobs (Unistats).

% Skilled jobs

Jobs of graduates of Gender Studies (15 months after graduation)

Example below based on all graduates of Gender Studies at Brunel University

15% Secretarial and related occupations
15% Business and public service associate professionals
10% Administrative occupations
10% Teaching Professionals
10% Caring personal services
10% Customer service occupations
5% Web and Multimedia Design Professionals
5% Media Professionals
5% Teaching and Childcare Support Occupation
5% Sales occupations

Grading Distribution

Students of Gender Studies in the UK received the following grades.

Entry Requirements / Admissions

UCAS Tariff of Accepted Students for Gender Studies

Do you not fulfill the minimum requirements in terms of UCAS score, A levels, or English language requirements?
Get advice on which foundation courses are best for you to still be able to join Gender Studies.

FAQ

The median salary of graduates of Gender Studies was £20172 15 months after graduation, £19253 3 years after graduation and £23053 5 years after graduation.

Gender and Sexuality Studies at Birkbeck, University of London received the highest rating among all graduates in the National Student Survey year with a rating of 69 out of 100 among 32 respondents.