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Population ageing brings new challenges for individuals and policymakers alike. Understanding ageing over the life course is at the heart of such challenges.
The Centre for Research on Ageing examines key issues in ageing across the life course. Our members of staff are engaged in high-quality postgraduate teaching in gerontology and cutting-edge research in the field. We offer postgraduate programmes, face-to-face or by distance learning, which equip students with substantive knowledge of policy-relevant issues in gerontology and with quantitative and qualitative research methods training.
SARN, chaired by Professor Maria Evandrou, brings together academics from across the University with a broad range of research interests in the field of ageing.
An international and multidisciplinary research centre examining key issues in ageing and the life course, informing policy and debate at the national and local levelFind out more
Our postgraduate courses can allow you to learn from a distance, with excellent facilities that will allow you to start your online courseFind out more