Bachelor of European Studies / Bachelor of European Studies (Honours)
Institute for European Studies, University of Malta The Institute offers two types of Bachelor degrees, both taught over three years of full-time study. Both degrees are accepted as entry qualifications for the Master of Arts in European Politics, Economics & Law. The approach is multidisciplinary involving the politics, history, economics and law of the EU. Students acquire knowledge and competence in, amongst others, the functioning of the EU institutions, EU treaties and laws, the economics of European Integration, European security, the history of European integration, small states and the EU, enlargement, Euro-Mediterranean relations, EU social policy, climate change and EU environmental issues, development studies, the EU’s External Relations and the Common Foreign and Security Policy.
Graduates of the Institute work with the EU institutions, in the public service, in business, the media, consultancy, NGOs. By the end of the course the graduate will have the skills needed to understand the politics, economics and law of the EU and to assess and analyse to a very relevant degree policy developments in the EU, write reports on such developments and recognise the developing trends. With job training, the graduate will be employable in most EU policy related positions requiring no more than graduate skills. He/she should be in a position to make presentations or to report EU developments succinctly.
Subsidiary Areas of Study
Applicants are required to choose only one subject as their subsidiary area from the following subjects: • Anthropology • Archaeology • Classics • Communication Studies • Contemporary Mediterranean Studies • European and Global History • French • Geography • German • History • History of Art • International Relations • Italian • Linguistics • Maltese • Oriental Studies (Arabic) • Oriental Studies (Chinese) • Oriental Studies (Near Eastern Studies) • Philosophy • Psychology • Theatre Studies
Start Date: October
Institute for European Studies, University of Malta, Malta
Migraciones y Relaciones Internacionales
Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales (ICEI) Fechas de realización: Del 14 de octubre al 20 de diciembre de 2019
La Migración y la Globalización desde 1989 se han convertido en actores importantes dentro del sistema de Relaciones Internacionales. A través de este curso se intentarán responder cuestiones tales como ¿Cómo se han convertido los flujos migratorios en un actor internacional? ¿Cuáles han sido las políticas diseñadas por los gobiernos y las organizaciones internacionales hacia los flujos migratorios? ¿Qué tipos de migraciones existen? Al finalizar este Diploma se contará con el conocimiento necesario para analizar y evaluar el impacto de las migraciones en el ámbito internacional, así como con las bases para profundizar en este ámbito.
Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales (ICEI), Spain
International Development (BA) DID
King’s International Development Institute (IDI) The Department of International Development at King's offers one undergraduate degree, which is our International Development BA. The course looks at rising economic powers like the BRIC countries as well as other successful economies such as Indonesia, Vietnam, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Nigeria, South Africa, Turkey and South Korea.
King’s international development programme asks what these countries have done that is distinctive and new. But, the programme also explores whether these changes are enduring and examine the ongoing challenges of national development facing these nations. King’s international development programme looks at emerging economies for policy innovations and solutions that may offer lessons for poorer regions and nations.
The International Development BA is an interdisciplinary programme covering Development Economics, Politics, Sociology, and Anthropology.
- The interdisciplinary course offers a distinctive approach to the study of development by focusing on the ‘emerging economies’ and international development.
- Located in the heart of London with excellent academic, social and cultural opportunities and wide-ranging access to library and archival resources nearby.
- You can choose to study abroad for a full year, and extend your education at King's over four years.
King’s International Development Institute (IDI), United Kingdom
International Studies Bachelor Degree / Nemzetközi tanulmányok alapképzési szak
King Sigismund College (ZSKF) Keeping in mind the demands of the labor market, the International Studies Bachelor's Degree offers at the same time specialized, basic and practical knowledge. Our students are regular visitors to the European Union institutions in Brussels, where they can apply and test their theoretical knowledge in the field. Diplomacy training with respectable traditions at the University guides students into the world of specialized diplomacy (cultural, military, crisis, economic diplomacy, etc.).
We also provide free foreign language training during the full semester for four semesters to help our students acquire proficiency in the language.
- European Studies
- National security and security policy
King Sigismund College (ZSKF), Hungary
Environmental Change and International Development MSc
Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) Develop skills in environmental science and international development – through extensive fieldwork and innovative practitioner engagement – to address issues of environmental change in the Global South.
Environmental considerations are central to international development theory, policy and practice. Our course gives you an in-depth understanding of the complexities of international development. You'll also explore how society-environment interactions influence international development policy and practice. You'll develop professional skills, carry out hands-on research during an overseas field class, and you'll complete a placement-based dissertation that links academic theory with development practice. Our teaching involves industry and sector specialists, which means you can make connections and contacts with a global network of expertise beyond the University. On this course you'll develop the practical skills you need to work within development and environmental organisations around the world.
Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID), United Kingdom
Master in International Affairs (MIA)
Peace and Development Studies, Department for Social Studies, Linnaeus University (LNU) The programme is intended for students who have an interest in business intelligence relating to international political issues, studies abroad and international placement.
The Master in International Affairs (MIA) is a two-year full-time programme with a curriculum that develops international affairs professionals with interest in contemporary international changes and challenges. The main objective of the programme is to prepare graduates to pursue careers in international organizations, businesses, transnational civil society organizations or within diplomacy. Programme courses are led by highly merited instructors with research and teaching interests in international and European affairs, international state and human security, international corruption and political economy, foreign policy analysis, human rights and sustainable development and diplomacy among democracies and dictatorships. MIA also offers the opportunity to conduct short- and long-term internships and a major final independent study.
Deadline for Applications: 15 January
Peace and Development Studies, Department for Social Studies, Linnaeus University (LNU), Sweden
NGO and Development Management (MSc)
Master; International Development Programme, University of East London (UEL) This established course, which has been running for ten years, examines the central issues facing developing countries in today’s globalised world, giving you the skills for a job in development and the wider sectors.
Our aim is to make you an informed and critical development practitioner. You will be equipped with all the practical skills that are demanded by development agencies. You will also gain insight across the wider picture, understanding how developing countries can progress and how the poor can be mobilised to escape from the poverty trap.
The course also explores how NGOs can play a key role in promoting social and economic progress and you will develop the ability to identify, design and implement programmes with a view to engaging with and enhancing the situation of the poor.
Our students and staff are a diverse group from different backgrounds and your tutors have expertise in many key development regions and countries from South Asia and Latin America to Middle East and Africa.
Start date: September
Attendance: Full-time or Part-time
International Development Programme, University of East London (UEL), United Kingdom
BA International Development and Politics
International Development Department, University of Birmingham (IDD) In our increasingly globalised world, these problems are growing in complexity and significance. The Sustainable Development Goals aim to tackle these challenges by 2030, but this will require global effort, co-ordination and vision.
Students apply a political lens to understanding and addressing the challenges of global development. They learn how development is affected by politics at all levels, from the political economy of international assistance, to domestic politics and local power dynamics. They explore the implications of politics for poverty, conflict and inequality through a range of case studies and practical exercises.
This programme combines a thorough grounding in the theory and practice of international development with core disciplinary training in politics, power and political economy. You will examine contested debates on democracy and development, the role of patronage in development, and the politics of social exclusion. You will apply political theories to a variety of examples of development and change from across the world, and critically examine different forms of development assistance.
The programme uses real-world puzzles to bring to life the complex challenges of doing development in practice. It includes a specially designed Working in Development module, which will provide hands-on experience of common tools used in development projects and programmes.
Start date: October
International Development Department, University of Birmingham (IDD), United Kingdom
International Public and Political Communication (IPPC) MA
Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID) Interested in a career in public campaigning, political communication, government or media? Or looking towards researching these topics at PhD level? International Public and Political Communication is a fascinating degree combining rigorous academic content with vital practical skills.
Messages and viewpoints are all around us, in public spaces, at all times. Political parties, public and governmental institutions, pressure groups, charities and NGOs shape messages in particular ways, advocating viewpoints and constructing campaigns to influence public opinion, specific audiences and policymakers. Our MA in International Public and Political Communication (IPPC) teaches you to be an expert in both the analysis and development of such messages.
Join us on the degree and you'll learn about media relations, political marketing and the scope and significance of political communication. You'll develop skills in communicating with the media (including media training) and using different media outlets to promote ideas through advocacy and lobbying. Our teaching offers a deep and critical understanding of key debates around intersection of the media and public and political communication internationally.
The IPPC course combines a rigorous academic foundation with strong practical content. Taught by both research-active staff and practitioners who are proven experts in their field, our students analyse public and political communication activities both internationally and historically – and then put their findings to practical use, developing their own political and public communication campaigns or marketing tools.
Sheffield Institute for International Development (SIID), United Kingdom
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