Security, Peace-building and Diplomacy at Loughborough University - UCAS

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Course summary

Our MSc in Security, Peace-building and Diplomacy explores the link between national and global security and the role of peace-building in developing multi-layered communities and nations. In our MSc Security, Peace-building and Diplomacy programme you will benefit from specialised, systematic and in-depth study focused on the relationship between diplomacy, international security and peace-building. You will utilise appropriate theories, concepts and methods associated with this area, while exploring the relationships between development and peace-building, civil-military relations, cyber security and the wider global security context in which politics, trading and conflicts occur. This master's programme in Security, Peace-building and Diplomacy will provide specialised, systematic and in-depth knowledge of the study of and the relationship between diplomacy and international security and peace-building deploying appropriate theories, concepts and methods associated with the specific subject area. Therefore, those considering to pursue a career in diplomacy, (traditional and otherwise), particularly in the areas of international security and peace-building, should study this programme.

Entry requirements

A 2:2 honours degree (50% in final year), or equivalent international qualification, in any subject area.

English language requirements

English Language requirements: IELTS 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in each subtest (Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking) or equivalent.

Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

The tuition fees shown are for new students commencing the first year of study in the specified year only. The fee stated is for a full-time student undertaking a master’s programme of 180 credits. Part-time students, or those taking a postgraduate certificate or a postgraduate diploma, should divide the published fee by 180 credits and then multiply by the number of credits they are taking to calculate their tuition fees. Fees are reviewed annually and are likely to increase to take into account inflationary pressures.
Security, Peace-building and Diplomacy at Loughborough University - UCAS