Wednesday, August 22, 2012

MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy



Enquiries about the MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy should be addressed to the Graduate Student Administrator

Students are required to take one of two foundation courses, Global Governance or International Diplomacy, and a course in Research Methods for the Social Sciences. These courses take place over Michaelmas and Hilary terms. Students also choose two eight-week options from a list of choices, such as:
  • Climate Change Diplomacy
  • Diplomacy and International Law
  • Global Financial Governance
  • International Relations of the Developing World
  • Multi-level Governance and Regional Integration
  • Peacebuilding and Statebuilding
  • Political Economy of Institutions and Development
  • Politics of Non-governmental Organisations
  • Security Issues in Fragile States
As an alternative to one of their options, students may also choose a course from a selection of options available on other ODID Masters programmes. In the past these have included:
  • Power and Punishment: Creating Social Order in Africa
  • Rural Societies and Politics
  • State, Governance and Natural Resources in Contemporary Latin America
Students are examined in all of these courses and options, and are also required to conduct supervised research and prepare a 10,000–12,000 word dissertation to be delivered towards the end of Trinity Term.

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