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International organisations, humanitarian agencies, and states, all intervene in the sovereign affairs of nation-states. But when might such intervention be justified, and how can it be made most effective?
Hosted in our Centre for International Intervention, our International Relations (International Intervention) MSc draws upon our staff's decades of experience in the diplomatic and humanitarian sectors. Crisis management and negotiation simulations enable you to apply the conceptual challenges presented by intervention in practical contexts.
With the option of a Professional Training placement, the International Intervention pathway will enable you to tackle the ethical, legal and political challenges posed by international intervention.
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A minimum of a 2:2 UK honours degree in either Area Studies (Asian Studies, European Studies etc.), Business Management, Criminology, Economics, Gender Studies, Geography, History, Intercultural Communication and Translation, International Relations, Journalism, Law, Philosophy, Political Psychology, Politics, Public Administration, Sociology, Social Psychology or Women's Studies, or a recognised equivalent international qualification.
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The University of Surrey is one of the UK's top professional, scientific and technological universities. Surrey has a world-class profile, a leading reputation in teaching and research, and received a prestigious Gold award in the first ever Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)Read more
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