- Price: £13,500
- Level: Master
- Category: Politics
- Awarded by: Middlesex University London
In our ever-shrinking world, the need for different nations and peoples to co-exist presents both challenges and opportunities. By understanding these, you give yourself a greater chance of thriving in the international arena. For future-thinking students with an eye on a career in diplomacy, international public service, international affairs or international commerce, an MA International Relations degree from Middlesex University is an important stepping-stone.
Why study MA International Relations at Middlesex University?
This degree is ideal for those looking to broaden their skill set. Our London location attracts students from all across the world, which provides a natural environment for sharing national perspectives and cultural beliefs.
Our knowledgeable teaching staff, including Dr Tunc Aybak (geopolitics), Dr Peter Hough (security) and Dr Phoebe Moore (international political economy), are all prominent specialists in their field of research and bring this expert knowledge to their teaching.
- Enjoy academic-led field trips to some of London’s most important global organisations, such as the UN’s International Maritime Organization
- Work among a diverse student body that provides a natural environment for varied insight and discussion
- Eligible students can gain experience on an internship abroad with major international non-governmental organisations.
How can an MA International Relations degree support your career?
This master’s course is for those who would like to develop their skills, to acquire a body of knowledge and to be exposed to the latest thinking. Graduates of the programme can advance within many areas of practice. Career opportunities exist in diplomatic services and the voluntary sector, where international NGOs often seek those with campaigning, policy and influencing skills. Furthermore, businesses throughout the world seek to employ people with knowledge of the global market place.
During the course, you will have the opportunity to develop skills in data research, critical analysis, oral, written and visual communication, reasoned debate, understanding theoretical concepts, and policy analysis. All of these are highly transferable and valued by employers across all sectors.
Students have access to the University’s Employability Service and are offered guidance by the Programme Leader and other contributors to the programme, including on how to enter and pass recruitment processes for national and international organisations.
Staff members teaching on the programme include world-renowned scholars who combine instruction in core topics with the fruits of their current research. Students will benefit from their networks of contacts, notably as regards internship opportunities in national and international organisations such as the United Nations.
Entry Requirement: Undergraduate degree, IELTS 6.5
Intakes: October, January
Course Duration: 1 Year