MA International Relations is an ideal course for anyone who’s interested in pursuing their career in non-governmental organisations, intergovernmental organisations, and many more.
International Relations is also a great preparation for higher education in MPhil/Phd. You will gain an understanding of global politics. The course is prioritised in developing your research skills which will be a valuable addition to your CV. All the staffs are as well research active.
Many universities like University of Exeter will arrange internship for students with public and private sector organisations. Students have more choices to flexibly choose from political psychology to theories of international relations and theories of the States, according to their career prospects.
Regarding small based seminars, students are encouraged to have sustained dialogues, debates and interactions with their professors that will lead to close connection between students, lecturers and their colleagues. You may be surprised that political figures appear to be the guest speakers at University.
There’s also flexibility in time, full time and part time are available. The department of Politics has strong links to national, European, international departments and the public and private sectors. Students therefore have an opportunity to draw on these links. Students can strengthen their skills in public policy analysis and policy evaluation in particular.
IDP Recommended Universities
- University of York
- Aberystwyth University
- University of Bristol
- University of Kent
- University of Exeter
- University of Essex