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Masters Degrees in Comparative politics

We have 59 Masters Degrees in Comparative politics

Masters degrees in Comparative Politics equip postgraduates with the skills to study, analyse and compare the function and structure of political systems across different communities and countries.

Related postgraduate specialisms include Global Politics, Comparative Political Thought and International Social Policy. Entry requirements typically include an undergraduate degree such as Politics, Intercultural Communication or Law.

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Visit our website for more information on fees, scholarships, postgraduate loans and other funding options to study Politics at Swansea University - 'Welsh University of the Year 2017' (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017). Read more
This MA in Politics gives students the skills they need to be prepared for the challenges we all face in a world that is rapidly changing and where politics matters more than ever. Read more
Our MSc in Politics provides an advanced grounding in contemporary political science, focusing on empirical and normative democratic theory, political institutions, public policy and citizenship across different political systems and diverse social contexts.The MSc brings together many of the existing strengths of the department in different parts of the world. Read more
The Department of Political and Cultural Studies (PCS) boasts a dynamic research environment with a committed staff all of whom are research-active in the field of Politics. Read more
Master's specialisation in Comparative Politics. Analysing the challenges facing 21st Century (non-)democracies. Read more
Why does the behaviour of political actors – leaders, parties, pressure groups, voters, protestors, and so on – vary across countries and over time? And what are the consequences of political institutions for regime stability, economic development, political representation, and the dynamics of electoral politics?. Read more
Why does the behaviour of political actors – leaders, parties, pressure groups, voters, protestors, and so on – vary across countries and over time? And what are the consequences of political institutions for regime stability, economic development, political representation, and the dynamics of electoral politics?. Read more
About the MSc programme. Comparative politics is the comparative study of political systems. The. MSc Comparative Politics. looks for sophisticated analytical answers to basic political questions. Read more
Rigorous training in the comparative analysis of institutions, from local to international. The MA in Comparative and International Social Policy will train you in comparative and international policy analysis, research and design. Read more
This distinctive programme offers an in-depth analysis of this vital region, delivered by an expert academic team. Read more
The Department of Politics at. The New School for Social Research. studies politics in creative and inventive ways.  We emphasize the theoretical dimension of political analysis in both political explanation and normative evaluation. Read more
The objective of the course is to develop students' knowledge of comparative politics in contemporary Europe. This includes knowledge of the policies, politics of and public opinion in the European Union and its member states. Read more
Why is violent conflict so pervasive? How can we explain the origins and intensity of violent conflicts? What are the conditions for an enduring peace?. Read more
What is the meaning of citizenship in modern culture? What is the value of democracy? What does today's sociopolitical atmosphere mean for the future of liberty itself? Given the current international backdrop of cultural conflicts, political strife and radical new technologies, a thorough understanding of such issues is more urgently needed than ever. Read more

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