Distance Learning: MAs in International Relations
The Department offers five distance learning taught postgraduate degrees:
- MA Diplomatic Studies
- MA Human Rights and Global Ethics
- MA International Relations and World Order
- MA International Security
- MA Politics in the EU (New for 2013/14!)
The entry requirement for all taught postgraduate distance learning courses in the department will be either a first or a good second class honours degree from a British university or its equivalent, in Politics, International Relations, History, Law or other related subjects.
We also welcome applicants with relevant professional experience and qualifications.
Applicants whose first language is not English are required to have a qualification such as the British Council International English Language Testing System (score 6.5 or above) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (score 90/575).
How much will it cost?
Further details regarding fees and funding are available here:
How to Apply
We currently have two intakes annually in September and March and we accept applications for these intakes throughout the year.
The next intake commences on the 10th March 2014. The closing date for applicants is the 10th February 2014 though applicants are advised to submit their applications as soon as possible and to ensure all supporting documentation is provided.
Please note that due to the online delivery of the courses through the use of the University’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) Blackboard, only online applications are accepted for the distance learning MA Politics and International Relations programmes.
Request an Information Pack for the Distance Learning programmes or to apply online to study follow the relevant course link above.