The combination of subjects with teaching that’s primary-research driven is unavailable in anyPolitics Department anywhere else that we have been able to find. To teach a course about human rights, humanitarianism and international and transitional justice in conflict and post-conflict on one Masterscourse makes it a unique offering that builds on and better integrates SOAS’s wealth of expertise in these areas. Several members of staff haveworld-class reputationsin publishing in this areaand are key members of various networks and communities. Vinjamuri for example is on the board of the International Journal ofTransitional Justice.
- Enabling graduate students to acquire the knowledge, understanding, skills and aptitudes necessary to proceed to careers in cross-cultural and international professional contexts relating tohuman rights, humanitarianism and international and transitional justice in conflict and post-conflict situations.
- Providing learning opportunities to enable graduate students to acquire the interdisciplinary knowledge to undertake further advanced studies and research in the area of human rights, humanitarianism and international and transitional justice in conflict and post-conflict situations.
The MSc in the Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice has three compulsory courses worth 67.5 points that all students registered for the degree must take from 2013-2014 when the course will start running. The course ‘Conflict, Rights and Justice’ is the core course for the degree. They must then choose three more optional half-units worth a total of 67.5 points from a list of option courses.
With a student population of around 4,000 from over 100 countries, our relatively small size ensures that we offer a friendly and welcoming environment while at the same time being able to take advantage of all University of London facilities.
- Classe internationale
- Internationales d'enseignants
- Voyage d'étude à l'étranger
- Question des diplômes étrangers