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  Global Conflict and Cooperation - MA


University of Birmingham    School of Government

Full time & Part time September MA 1 year full time, 2 years part time
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Unleash your potential with our MA in Global Conflict and Cooperation. Delve into the theory and practice of conflict management and international cooperation, honing your skills in diplomacy, decision-making, and conflict resolution. Explore contemporary global issues, decision-making in international organisations, and the dynamics of inter-state conflicts. Our enquiry-based learning approach empowers you to become an independent thinker, preparing you for a successful career in government agencies, NGOs, media, and more. Benefit from a diverse range of teaching methods including lectures, seminars, tutorials, and workshops. Gain hands-on experience through networking opportunities and voluntary work placements. With a good honours degree and English language proficiency, you can unlock the doors to this transformative programme. Join a community of like-minded individuals and learn from internationally recognised academics and practitioners. Elevate your career prospects and make a difference in the world with our MA in Global Conflict and Cooperation.

About the course

Our MA in Global Conflict and Cooperation explores the theory and practice of how individuals, states, and political institutions manage conflict, and develop cooperation in international relations.

The MA in Global Conflict and Cooperation will appeal to those interested in combining academic approaches to conflict and cooperation with an understanding of the practice of international diplomacy and confidence-building, decision-making, and conflict mitigation and resolution in world politics.

The course will encourage you to explore a wide variety of themes from both theoretical and practical perspectives. During the course you will be able to:

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Entry Requirements

A good honours degree (UK 2:1, GPA 3.00) is required for admission to taught Masters programmes. The application form must be supported by two letters of reference, and non-native English overseas students should also submit a statement of English language competence (TOEFL 580/237; IELTS 6.5). Entry at Graduate Diploma level is possible for those with a reasonable first degree. Graduate Diploma students can upgrade to the MA on satisfactory examination performance.


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