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- UK 2.1 Bachelor degree, or equivalent.
- A degree in the field of Social Sciences is preferable, however, in assessing the application we also take into account other facilitating factors such as relevant such as relevant experience in lieu of this requirement.
- Two satisfactory academic references. In cases of applicants who have significant relevant experience, one work-related reference and one academic reference would be considered appropriate.
Months of entry
This course combines a sound basis of advanced knowledge and understanding in the broader and more disparate field of International Studies with the opportunity to choose optional specialist areas of study from among those offered in the School, and other schools such as Modern Languages and Cultures. The particular interests reflected in the choice of options may then be developed through the researching and writing of a dissertation.
Throughout the course, you will gain advanced knowledge and understanding of:
- The extent to which the international community has developed and the driving forces shaping its development
- Factors determining humanitarian interventions
- The processes of globalisation in the political, economic, cultural and scientific fields
- The governance role of international organisations
- How the degree of integration of countries into the international political and economic system varies and the determinants of those variations
- Historical and/or contemporary issues and debates in the politics and political economy of specific states and/or areas and/or international institutions and organisations
- Regime analysis and the concept of soft power governance
- An appropriate topic in international politics of your choice
- International Relations Theory
- International Organisations
Fees and funding
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time12 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- School of Government and International Affairs