MA International Relations University of Westminster SSH - Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities

Why study International Relations MA at University of westminster?You will consider various aspects of international order and politics, including the dynamics of international social and political power relationships and conflicts, and state building. These topics are studied comparatively in relation to governmental, political and social processes, and in the contexts of various historical continuities, discontinuities and contrasts.

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The International Relations MA at University of westminster offers you an innovative, disciplined and intellectually challenging framework for studying issues and perspectives within international relations.

You'll consider various aspects of international order and politics, including the dynamics of international social and political power relationships and conflicts, and state building. These topics are studied comparatively in relation to governmental, political and social processes, and in the contexts of various historical continuities, discontinuities and contrasts.

Aims

Graduate employers

Graduates from this course have found employment at organisations including:

  • BBC
  • European Parliament’s Office for Promotion of Parliamentary Democracy 
  • The International Institute for Strategic Studies in London
  • The Strategic Foresight Group
  • UK Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Job roles

This course will prepare you for roles in a variety of areas, including:

  • Human rights advocate
  • International diplomat
  • Journalist
  • Policy analyst
  • Various roles in the Civil Service

The dissertation constitutes a third of the overall marks for this course, and you're encouraged to choose a topic that is of particular interest to you. You'll be assigned a supervisor who is an expert in this area, and they will work with you to structure and refine your work.

Industry links

Each semester, we invite guest speakers to talk about employability.

Speakers who have previously spoken to our students include representatives from the following organisations:  

  • Food and Rural Affairs' Protection Approaches
  • Includovate
  • Refugees Rights Europe
  • The European Centre for the Responsibility to Protect
  • UK Department of Environment

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  • Applicants with a Laurea Specialista, Diploma di Laurea, Corso di Laurea (prior to 1999), Licenza di Accademia di Belle Arti, Bachelors, Diploma Universitario with a minimum overall degree score of 90 can be considered for a relevant Masters programme.  
  • Exceptionally, consideration will be given to mature applicants who lack standard qualifications but have significant professional or managerial experience in a programme-related post.
Admission Requirements:
  • Bachelor
  • Equivalent qualification
The University offers a number of full tuition fee scholarships for UK/EU students.Visit the website for more information
Cost of the master: Not declared
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