International Relations (International Intervention) MSc | Master's degree | Humanities & Culture | On Campus | 1 year | University of Surrey | United Kingdom
On our International Interventions pathway you will engage critical debates on the nature of international intervention. Discussion-seminar and simulation-based learning is animated by issues of state sovereignty, human rights, and the responsibility to protect people from atrocities.
You will study modules covering the latest research on international intervention and post-conflict processes, uniquely co-taught by experienced practitioners alongside the Centre for International Intervention’s academic experts.
Our International Intervention pathway also offers students the option of taking a Professional Training placement, allowing you to spend three months gaining vital industry-relevant experience.
Past students have gained experience working in diplomacy and foreign affairs, the military, charities and humanitarian NGOs, think tanks, and international organisations.
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