MA International Relations
International Relations presents policy-makers and scholars with a wide range of issues that require analysis and evaluation. Students graduating with a Master’s degree in International Relations will be equipped to understand and interpret these issues more deeply and to think creatively about the challenges facing the world in the 21st Century.
Students on this course will benifit from:
- Research-led teaching: courses on the International Relations MA are designed and taught by international renowned researchers in International Relations, Contemporary History, and Law.
- The department hosts an active guest lecture series featuring leading scholars and thinkers in the area of International Relations, Politics, and History.
- Students takings the Brunel MA in International Relations will have the opportunity to become members of the leading British think-tank, Chatham House.
- Evolution of International Relations
- Optional Module (choose 1):
- International Security
- International Political Economy
- Optional Module:
- China and Contemporary Geopolitics
- The United States in World Affairs, 1945-2001
- Middle East Security
- Democracy and Intervention
- Imperialism and Culture
- Multiculturalism and Human Rights
In international relations, in foreign policy, a great deal has to do with historical circumstances, a great deal has to do with the sense and perception of people.
Entry Requirements (International Students)
- Bachelor Degree Diploma GPA 70% over 100%.
- English Language Requirements: IELTS 6.5 (min 6.0 in all bands)
- 2 Academic Reference Letters
- Statement of Purpose (Motivation Letter)
- Masters in International Relations
- £ 15,750 per year
- 1 years
- London Campus
- Language Requirement: IELTS 6.5
- January - September