The Master in Applied Philosophy and Ethics (MAPE) programme is designed for those who would like to advance academically and professionally in Philosophy and apply its content and methods to all areas of human endeavour. Graduate students are required to take all core courses in the programme as well as a research project.
Graduate students will be prepared to discover and to train others in the fundamental Philosophical tools and concepts in depth and apply them to the most common areas of human activity with a clear ethical component. The programme opens the way for candidates who may wish to develop further, their knowledge in Applied Philosophy and Ethics through research, with the intention of progressing to doctoral studies.
Entry Requirements for MAPE:
Holders of First Class or Upper Second degrees in any academic field from recognized universities; or
Holders of Lower Second Class degrees plus Postgraduate Diplomas or Certificates in any field of study; or with at least two years working experience in teaching, managerial or research responsibilities.
In addition to meeting any one of the above admission criteria, applicants will be required to submit letters of recommendations supporting the applicants’ academic and professional abilities and attend and pass an oral interview and a Graduate Entrance Examination (GEE).
All applicants need to meet the following entry requirements:
Possess at least a first degree in any area from a recognized university
Have at least 2 years working experience
Pass the interview and entrance examination held every Wednesday and Friday at 2:00pm >> download practice test For alternative dates, contact: e-mail: Brian Njeru email@example.com or call + 234 (0)703 034 243 + 234 (0)703 034 296
On the day of interview, bring the following documents: