Aiming to develop the ability to analyse issues and debates, as well as an understanding of the contexts and analytical frameworks within which International Relations operates, this programme imparts knowledge and practical skills for career and life
It examines perspectives deployed in the analysis of institutions and processes, key approaches to research as well as the context of practices and processes in International Relations.
An accredited UK Honours degree with minimum 2.2 classification or international equivalent. Some professional qualifications may also be acceptable. Extensive professional experience may also be considered.
Official transcripts from all universities, colleges and other post-secondary educational institutions attended.
English Proficiency: Students satisfy the English proficiency requirements provided they present a GCSE score with a minimum grade of “C” or IELTS (Academic) with an overall score of at least 6.0 (and no individual component lower than 5.5) or equivalent qualification. Students who do not acquire the above-mentioned qualifications are required to take the online Academic English Placement Test. This is an IELTS-type test (Reading & Writing) where students need to score an overall 6.0 (with no individual component lower than 5.5).
Personal Statement (minimum 500 words) explaining how the programme of study will benefit the student’s career progression.
Up to date CV
Two references (academic or professional) listed on CV stating referee’s full name, contact details, and relationship to the applicant.
Applications from non-standard applicants are welcome and will be considered individually.
Entry requirements may vary depending on the programme of study.
International Human Rights Law
Critical theories of International Relations
Policy & Practice of Humanitarianism and Development (Mental Wealth)