MASTERSTUDIES

3 MSc Programs in International Cooperation

A Master of Science is a degree that follows the acquisition of a bachelor’s degree, although it may or may not be in a related field. Anyone who holds a bachelor’s may pursue a master’s degree in almost any field in order to develop specialized expertise, change careers, or prepare to go on to a doctoral program.

With rapid advances in communication and technology, the world is becoming more and more economically and socially integrated. What is an MSc in International Cooperation? This degree allows students to develop expertise in facilitating international relations in conjunction with a multitude of fields. International cooperation is a factor in many professions from politics and economics to entertainment charity work. This degree affords students the opportunity to learn how communication and cooperation among countries impacts work within their chosen field and to develop the ability to facilitate these processes successfully.

An MSc in International Cooperation can provide opportunities for leadership and increased salaries for students who learn how to apply principles of cross-cultural relations to their current field. Other students may be looking to expand an existing business into other countries or may desire to study the impact of international cooperation on work done within their field.

It is difficult to predict the final cost of pursuing this degree, as tuition and fees vary a lot from one school and country to another. Before making a final decision on a program, students should investigate course offerings and fees in order to ensure that the program they choose is a good fit for them.

A Masters in International Cooperation can open the door to an enormous range of careers or career advancement opportunities. This degree could provide students with entry into practical fields such as political science, international business, or public relations or enable students to engage in theoretical research and study of topics such as patterns in emigration/immigration. Those who work in banking may position themselves to move into international departments within banks in which they are currently employed.

If you would like to pursue an interest in the impact of international cooperation on your field or are looking to move into a career that requires knowledge of international relations, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

3 Results in International Cooperation Filter

MSc International Conflict and Cooperation

University of Stirling
MSc
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12&nbsp;-&nbsp;27 months
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Delivered by our experienced practitioners and leading scholars, our Master's degree in International Conflict and Cooperation prepares you to address a variety of challenges ...

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MSc Global Corporations and Policy (Online)

SOAS University of London
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2 years
English
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The MSc Global Corporations and Policy (GCP) programme specifically addresses the requirements of those seeking a comprehensive theoretical and practical understanding of the ...

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MSc Global Corporations and Policy

SOAS University of London
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English
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The MSc Global Corporations and Policy programme is designed for those engaged in or aspiring to, professional careers in the public, corporate or not-for-profit sectors relat ...

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