"The combination of knowledge of different methodological approaches and research methods is proving invaluable."
"The MA in Social Research at Goldsmiths provided advanced in qualitative and quantitative methods as well as giving me the scope to explore my own research interests. Doing the MA enabled me to go on and do a PhD in Sociology.
I then went on to work as a research assistant as part of a large research team at King's College London, on a project studying the Middle Classes, and then held a post-doctoral fellowship in Urban Studies at the University of Glasgow. I am now a lecturer in the Sociology department at Goldsmiths where I convene the Urban Field Encounters module.
In my work as a researcher and lecturer, the combination of knowledge of different methodological approaches and research methods that I received at Goldsmiths has proved invaluable and I am delighted to be able to make a contribution to MA teaching in the department where I started out."