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Are you involved in work with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers? Or are you contemplating entering this field? This course will broaden your understanding of the relevant theories, concepts and policies. Read more
Do you work – or wish to work – on educational issues in aid agencies, multilateral agencies, NGOs, consultancy and research firms, government ministries and academia? The MA has established its reputation over three decades and is highly regarded internationally. Read more
If you’re interested in how people think and behave at work – and in helping them optimise their wellbeing and performance – this is the course for you. You’ll learn to play a key role in developing knowledge, and to influence best practice and policy in the workplace, both today and in the rapidly changing workplace of the future. Read more
Explore human rights in relation to women, children, migrants, minorities, fair trade, the environment and international crimes. Taught by experts in the fields of anthropology, international relations, law and geography. Read more
Do you want to work in teaching or management in the UK, or in international Early Years educational contexts? This MA is ideal if you’re an international student wishing to explore early years education in the UK. You’ll study both the practical and theoretical aspects of education in the zero-to-five-years age range. Read more
USF’s Master’s in International Studies is a three-semester program, which provides students with in-depth, interdisciplinary knowledge of the issues and challenges that face the global community. Read more
The International Institute of Social Studies in The Hague is an international postgraduate school and one of the oldest and largest centres for the comparative study of social, political and economic development. Read more
This taught Master’s course, made up of four modules and a 12,000-word dissertation is set up to analyse and discuss the Holocaust and other genocides, particular with an eye to cultural representations and the impact of historic genocides on current international legislation and conflict resolution. Read more
Our internationally recognised course will give you a comprehensive understanding of the complex nature of global refugee movements, the processes which lie behind the search for protection and asylum and the diverse local, national and international responses to forced displacement. Read more