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MA International Relations


Course Description

Studying the International Relations Masters at Middlesex in London will enable you to identify and assess national interests and analyse the foreign and defence policy needs of sovereign powers and the policy choices of national and international leaders.

We hold class meetings in surroundings strongly related to diplomatic activity and discussion. Our students are from all over the world and this diversity enhances debates and perspectives on global issues.

This course, which you can start in October or January, has step-off points at Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma levels and involves evening teaching, and guest lectures by diplomats, politicians and leading academics. Internship opportunities are encouraged but do not form part of the course.

Course highlights:

Evening teaching
Internship opportunities Guest lectures by diplomats, politicians and leading academics
Study trips
Step-off points at Postgraduate Certificate or Diploma levels

Visit the MA International Relations page on the Middlesex University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

2:2 (hons degree) or equivalent qualification in an appropriate subject

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