Taught master's degree in related discipline. Applicants should have obtained an overall 67 per cent or over and 67 per cent on their dissertation
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The Department is one of the world's leading centres for the study of the history of international relations. It has developed since the foundation of the Stevenson Chair in the 1930s into one of the strongest concentrations of experts in international history.
We offer master's degree programmes as well as supervision for MPhil and PhD research, covering a time span from the Renaissance to the present day, and a very broad geographical area that includes Asia (China, India, Japan, the Pacific Islands), the Middle East, Africa, western and eastern Europe (including Russia) and the USA.
Research focuses on the history of international relations. Staff have expertise in the economic, strategic, and ideological aspects of international relations, as well as in the domestic roots of foreign policy.
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