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  Double Masters in Asian & International Affairs MA


King’s College London    Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy

Full time September MA 2 years FT, one year China, one year London
Languages, Literature & Culture (21) Politics & Government (30)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the Double Masters in Asian & International Affairs MA programme. This unique opportunity offers a comprehensive exploration of the intricate dynamics shaping Asia and its global interactions. Delve into the realms of politics, economics, and international relations at two prestigious institutions: Renmin University of China and King’s College London. Gain profound insights into Asian societies and their evolving relationships with the US and the EU, preparing you for a career in the public sector, government, international organisations, journalism, consultancy, or think tanks. The programme's structure includes a diverse range of modules covering topics such as Chinese politics, global governance, and economic development. Develop a deep understanding of inter-regional dynamics and enhance your employability with the possibility of learning Chinese. To qualify, you need a Bachelor's degree with 2.1 honours in a relevant subject area. Elevate your expertise and broaden your horizons with this exceptional academic opportunity.

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Our Double Masters in Asian & International Affairs will give you in-depth knowledge of the politics and economics of Asia, and relations between Asia and the wider world. Through this programme you will develop an advanced understanding of societies in Asia, and you will explore how their shifting relations with the US and the EU are currently transforming international politics and the global economy. You will study at two world-leading institutions: Renmin University of China (Beijing), where you will benefit from expert knowledge on China and Asia; and King’s College London, where you will benefit from our expertise in international affairs, economics and foreign

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Entry Requirements

Bachelors degree with 2.1 honours in a relevant subject area.

In order to meet the academic entry requirements for this programme you should have a minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree with a final mark of at least 60% or above in the UK marking scheme. If you are still studying you should be achieving an average of at least 60% or above in the UK marking scheme.


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