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As crises arising from terrorism, civil war, and natural disasters dominate world news it is no surprise that security and crisis management - including the perception of risk - is at the top of the global societal and governance agenda.
During this multidisciplinary Master's programme Crisis and Security Manangement (CSM) you become familiar with the political and social dimensions of the governance of (in)security and crisis. You study contemporary security challenges from both local and global points of view and gain deep understanding of the 'wicked problem' of security and crisis topics in a complex and globalising world. The combination of theory, practical insights and analytical skills prepares you for work in public or private
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A bachelor’s degree from a university, equivalent to the level of a Dutch academic bachelor’s degree, or demonstrate to meet the requirements for such a degree. Sufficient command of English (IELTS 7.0, TOEFL 100 (internet-based) or Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)). This language requirement does not apply if you have: completed your education in Canada (except Quebec), USA, UK, Ireland, New Zealand or Australia, or an International Baccalaureate, or a Dutch VWO-diploma.
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Are you curious, critical and involved in the world around you? At Leiden University, the oldest university in the Netherlands, you can make a valuable contribution to tackling the various national and international challenges facing modern society. Together with academics and fellow students from all over the world, you will actively address these challenges. We keep an open mind, do not shy away from difficult discussions and allow one another the space to disagree. We expect the same active, open-minded and critical attitude from you.Read more
The particular appeal of this program is its multi-disciplinary approach to the MSc in Crisis and Security Management. Having a legal background, it was important for me to get different perspectives on this topic. Current issues in the field are addressed from a public administration/management perspective but the broad choice of classes also offer the opportunity to gain insights into legal, political, or social aspects of these phenomena, both at the domestic, as well as the international level. But not only the academic staff is specialized in different domains, but also the students come from diverse backgrounds and countries making the degree an extremely enriching experience.
Another perk of this program is definitely its location. Entirely taught on The Hague Campus of Leiden University it offers a great opportunity for students or recent graduates to pursue a career in one of the many international organizations based in the city or yet private companies in proximity of these institutions. The lecturers are particularly easy to approach and always open to give feedback on your work or give assistance on other academic matters.
The Hague as a student city
The Hague is a great city for international students. Not only is it the home to numerous international organizations but it also is a great melting pot of cultures where students from all over the world come together. As there is a lot more to student-life than studying or networking The Hague offers a wide choice of museums, music halls, restaurants and bars.
The city’s vicinity to the sea offers nice opportunities for sport activities or invites for long walks along the beach or through the dunes. The infrastructure and bikes make it easy to get around and discover the different parts of the city. Having lived in different neighborhoods I recommend to discover the unique features of each one of them. Within an hourly train ride of Amsterdam and Rotterdam The Hague is well located to undertake daytrips and discover other parts of the Netherlands.
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