MA International Relations & Global Governance

Aston University
En Birmingham (Inglaterra)

£ 5.450 - ($ 126.137)
+ IVA

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Tipología Master
Inicio Birmingham (Inglaterra)
Inicio clases Septiembre 2018
  • Master
  • Birmingham (Inglaterra)
  • Inicio clases:
    Septiembre 2018
Descripción


This cutting-edge Masters programme broadens students' global perspectives on issues of governance and contemporary international relations.

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Requisitos: Entry requirements 2.1 Degree in any discipline (or equivalent).

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Dónde se enseña y en qué fechas

inicio Ubicación
Sep-2018
Birmingham
West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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inicio Sep-2018
Ubicación
Birmingham
West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

International Relations
Politics
Security
Governance
Options
English
International
Global
IT Security
Global governance
Globalisation
EU
English
EU

Temario

Duration: Full time 1 year. Part time 2 years.

Start date(s): October  

Distance learning available: No

Entry requirements:
2.1 Degree in any discipline (or equivalent).

The information contained on this website details the typical entry requirements for this course for the most commonly offered qualifications. Applicants with alternative qualifications may wish to enquire with the relevant admissions teams prior to application whether or not their qualifications are deemed acceptable. For less commonly encountered qualifications this will be judged on a case-by-case basis in consultation with the academic admissions tutor.

Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to provide evidence of an English language qualification.  .

Fees for 2017/18*: 
UK/ EU: £5,450 
Non-EU: £14,100 
*These figures have not been confirmed, but they are expected to be approximately as stated. Part-time students pay a pro-rata version of full-time fees.   

Application: We recommend that overseas students apply before the end of June due to visa requirements as these can take a few weeks to process.

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  • This cutting-edge Masters programme, delivered over one full academic year, broadens students' global perspectives on issues of governance and contemporary international relations. Students can choose from a wide range of elective modules, such as International Ethics, International Security, Asia-Europe Relations: Between Interregionalism and Bilateralism, and Globalisation, Regionalism and Global Governance. Graduates of this programme forge careers working for international organisations, governments and global political institutions.

    Sample module options: The following module descriptions are indications only - the modules on offer and the content of the modules is subject to change.

    Core Modules

    • International Relations Theory (LPM006)
    • Globalisation, Regionalism, and Global Governance (LPM026)
    • Dissertation (LRM005)

    Choice of options totalling 80 Aston credits. Note that not all options will be available in any given year due to periods of staff research leave.

    • The EU as a Global Actor (LPM020)
    • The EU: A Web of Institutions (LPM007)
    • Leaders and Leadership in a European and Global Context (LPM011)
    • Europe’s Regions and their Governance (LPM013)
    • Asia-Europe Relations:Between Interregionalism and Bilateralism (LPM014)
    • Religion and Politics (LPM015)
    • Security and Defence in Europe (LPM022)
    • International Political Communication (LPM023)
    • Concepts and strategies for social researchers (LPM003)
    • International Ethics and Literature (LPM027)
    • Transatlantic Relations in Historical Perspective:The US and Europe (LPM029)
    • International Security (LPM034)
    • Comparative and International Political Economy (LPM036)
    • EU Law and PolicyMaking (LPM037)
    • Concepts and Strategies for Qualitative Social Science (LPM038)
    • Concepts and Strategies for Social Data Analysis (LPM039)
    • Rethinking European Integration (LPM040)
    • International Political Thought (LPM016)
    • 20 credit Module from the University Wide Language Programme