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MSc Global Europe: Culture and Conflict

About the MSc programme

This programme explores the multifaceted opportunities and challenges globalisation brings to Europe. By situating Europe within a global context, you will study both the politics of culture and the culture of politics in Europe today, exploring how culture both structures conflicts and is used as a strategic tool to resolve them.

The programme will enable students with backgrounds in the social sciences or the humanities to engage with contemporary cultural conflicts in a multi- and inter-disciplinary way, using methods of investigation from international relations, political theory, sociology, anthropology, and media studies. You will be able choose optional courses from across different disciplines, allowing you to tailor your studies to your interests and career goals.

It will provide you with a strong foundation for a variety of academic and non-academic careers, in the private or public sector at national, European, or global levels; foreign policy; journalism; education; working for activist organisations in the NGO sector; or working in specialised agencies concerned, for example, with migrants or minorities.

Programme details

You can find the most up-to-date list of optional courses for MSc Global Europe: Culture and Conflict in the Programme Regulations section of the current School Calendar.

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Graduate destinations

Former graduates pursue successful careers in politics, journalism, research, diplomacy, business and in international institutions and NGOs. Students from our programmes are actively head-hunted by international organisations working in the region.

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Application code: L2UQ (check availability)

Start date: 21 September 2017

Duration: 12 months full-time only

Minimum entry requirement: 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline (see entry requirements)

English requirements: Standard (see English requirements)

GRE/GMAT requirement: None

Fee level: £20,112

Financial support: Graduate Support Scheme (see Financial support)

Application deadline: None – rolling admissions

Intake/applications in 2016:
N/A

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