Masters Program in International Politics in Africa

View Masters Programs in International Politics in Africa 2017

International Politics

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

An international politics education course or program encompasses a broad field that could include a variety of topics. International politics course and program focuses include military studies, international studies, political science and Middle Eastern studies.

Even if you choose East Africa’s mythological, enchanting Tanzania; Senegal, land of teranga or South Africa, with its wide opportunities to soak in and serve, research in Africa will be overwhelming.

View all Master Programs in International Politics in Africa 2017

Read More

Faculty of Social Sciences

Enugu State University of Science and Technology - ESUT
Campus Full time March 2017 Nigeria Enugu

The philosophy of the Postgraduate Programmes in Economics in ESUT is built on intellectual leadership and the preparedness to confront modern economic challenges. [+]

Masters in International Politics in Africa 2017. Faculty of Social Sciences Economics Philosophy The philosophy of the Postgraduate Programmes in Economics in ESUT is built on intellectual leadership and the preparedness to confront modern economic challenges. Hence each programme focuses on details of providing practical training geared towards the effective development of skills for applying economic principles in solving economic problems of Nigeria at national, state and local levels. Objectives The objectives of the postgraduate programme in economic shall flow from the general objectives of the Faculty of the Social Sciences and award of qualifications of the programmes shall be governed by the University and faculty postgraduate studies regulations. The main objectives of the programmes are to develop highly competent and versatile professional economists through the provision of relevant academic and professional courses which are required in order to meet the development challenges of the Nigerian economy in the context of globalization. Specifically, the programmes are designed to rigorously train highly competent personnel for academic career and groom middle and top management personnel in the areas of energy and petroleum, manufacturing, industry, banking and finance. Programmes The academic Master's Degree programme which confers a degree of Masters of Science (M.Sc), links directly to Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Ph.D) programmes and therefore provides the entry points for academic and research career in Economics. Thus, the Masters of Science Degree Programme (M.Sc) and the Doctor of philosophy Degree (Ph.D) programmes constitute the core of postgraduate programmes in Economics. Postgraduate Diploma Admission Requirements The criteria for admission into any Postgraduate Diploma programme in economics will be as follows: Candidates must have five credit passes including English and Mathematics at the O' level Candidates with Bachelors degree of not less than 3rd class honour degree from an approved University. Candidates with HND and/or professional qualifications cognate to Economics from a recognized institution with not less than upper credit. Duration of the Programme A full-time PGD programmes shall run for a minimum of two (2) semesters and a maximum of four (4) semesters. The part-time programme shall run for a minimum of four (4) and a maximum of six (6) semesters. Political Science Introduction The subject matter of political science involves the understanding of the character of the state and society and complex interactions among them. This includes understanding the nature of public power, the constitution and functioning of government, the roles of citizens in governance as well as the struggles for power and resources that accompany all these. Philosophy Political science training at the post-graduate level is designed to produce future researcher and teachers in the tertiary education system in Nigeria. The programme are also designed to respond to the needs of the Nigeria society for skilled manpower in diverse areas of public life including public administration, diplomacy, rural development and governance and to produce graduates who have the ability to drive the governance of the public and private sectors with specialized skills. Objectives The objectives of any postgraduates degree programme in political science are to: Enable graduates to acquire skills and competence in diverse areas of political research. Train graduates to develop ability for critical thinking and judgments through broad knowledge of theoretical and practical issues in politics, administration and diplomacy. Train skilled manpower for educational institutions, public bureaucracy, private sector and international agencies. Enable graduates to acquire entrepreneurial skills that will make them successful in public life and to become self-employed. Produce graduates who are equipped with relevant ICT knowledge and skills that will assist them in future work in academia, public bureaucracy, private enterprises and international organizations. Throughout the programme therefore, emphasis is placed on training in research techniques and the development of analytical skills that can be applied to solving socio-political problems Degree Nomenclature Nomenclatures for the postgraduate degree programme in political science are: Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Master of Science (M.Sc) Master of International Law and Diplomacy (MILD) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Postgraduate Diploma Programme (PGD) Basic Admission Requirement for PGD Programme The criteria for admission into the PGD program in political science will be as follows: Candidates must satisfy the matriculation requirement of the university including English language. A minimum of 3rd class bachelors degree in political science or a related discipline awarded by an approved and accredited university. HND and or professional qualification cognate to political science from a recognized institution with not less than upper credit. Areas of Specialization The postgraduate diploma in political science should reflect areas of specialization in the discipline and candidates should specialize in their intended area of specialization for the Master's degree. A student's project topic must be in his/her intended area of specialization. Duration of Programme Full-time PGD shall run for a minimum of two (2) semesters and a maximum of four (4) semesters. The Part-time shall run for a minimum of four (4) semesters and a maximum of six (6) semesters. A candidate must have fulfilled the following conditions to be awarded any postgraduate diploma in political science. Psychology Preamble The need for a postgraduate programme for the award of degrees of Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Psychology arose from the demands to meet up with manpower development in Nigeria. It is considered that the postgraduate programme would enhance the knowledge and skills of graduates whose motivation to pursue psychology, as a career is high. It will also equip them with skills to cope with the various socio-psychological problems and rapid economic changes being faced in a technological growing country like Nigeria. Philosophy and Objective Postgraduate Diploma (PGD): This postgraduate programme is offered to give some opportunities to two categories of graduates. The first categories of students are those first degree holders in psychology who graduated with or without honours, but wish to continue to pursue their career as psychologists. The programme is expected to equip them and make them qualify for a more serious postgraduate work up to M.Sc./Ph.D. levels. The second categories of people are those who did their first degree in other disciplines but wish to pursue a career in psychology probably for professional reasons. The programme is expected to provide solid background in psychology for such category of graduates. M.Sc./Ph.D.: This postgraduate programme for the award of degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in psychology has the following objectives: To offer a solid foundation for a career in professional psychology thus enabling the students to acquire the necessary expertise for their professional practice in various fields of specialization. To expose the students to advanced techniques, methods, principles, and philosophy of the study of human and animal behaviour, with emphasis on the interdependence of biological, psychological, environmental and socio-cultural determinants of behaviour. To enhance the student's ability to carry out independent investigations in psychology and in problems related to psychology, which should culminate in original contribution to basic and applied knowledge in psychology. To equip the students with advance knowledge and skills needed to deal effectively with various psychological problems resulting from rapid social, economic, and technological changes of our contemporary society. Scope of the Study Postgraduate Diploma (PGD): The scope of the programme covers all areas of the principles and applications of psychology. It includes cognitive processes, statistical and methodological issues, industrial and organizational psychology, developmental psychology, clinical psychology, social and personality psychology, environmental psychology, experimental psychology, school, health, and counselling psychology as well as theories and systems of psychology. M.Sc./Ph.D: The scope of the programme covers advanced topics in theoretical and applied psychology in various fields such as experimental, counselling, clinical, social, developmental, school psychology and industrial/organizational, and so on. Basic Admission Requirements and Course Duration Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Candidates for Admission into PGD courses in psychology in all Nigerian Universities should possess good honours degrees and diplomas from recognized universities, and polytechnics in disciplines outside of psychology. Holders of Third Class Degrees in Psychology shall be considered. All candidates must satisfy university matriculation requirements for B.Sc Psychology which must include a credit pass in Mathematics, or Statistics, English Language and Biology. Graduates of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology or of other recognized universities, with or without honours degrees. Holders of Higher National Diploma (HND) with credit pass or above in Biology or Health science, mathematics at WAEC or GCE or its equivalent. Candidates who hold qualifications other than the above which are approved by the board of the school of postgraduate studies and senate of the university. Master of Science (M.Sc.) Candidates for admission into M.Sc. Programme should posses at least a second Class Lower (2.2) Honours Degree in Psychology from recognized Universities with at least a CGPA of 3.00 on a 5 point scale. Candidates for admission should be graduates of Enugu State University of Science and Technology or of other universities recognized by senate. Such candidates should posses an approved degree of Bachelor of Science with at least second class honour or its equivalent in psychology. Candidates with Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology of the ESUT or any other recognized university with at least a credit level pass. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) The candidate must have a good master's degree in the field of specialization from Enugu State University of Science and Technology or any other university recognized by the senate. A minimum of 4.00 final cumulative grade point average is required. Mode of Study and Duration of Programme Postgraduate Diploma (PGD): The course is designed for the re-tolling of those whose initial degrees were outside of psychology or whose first degrees in psychology were poor; but are interested in pursuing higher degrees in psychology. It runs for 2 semesters. Postgraduate Diploma programme is done by course work broken into two semesters with a minimum of 30 units and a maximum of 42 units to be taken in two semesters (minimum of 15 and maximum of 21 units per semester). Candidates shall be required to submit a dissertation in any field of choice in psychology. A candidate's admission shall normally lapse for the award of the degree after a maximum of two calendar years. Master of Science Programme The minimum duration for an M.Sc Programme in psychology shall be four semesters. The normal duration for the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.) shall be two calendar years. A candidate's admission shall normally lapse for the award of the degree after a maximum of three calendar years. The programme shall comprise lectures and seminars. The degree shall be awarded on the basis of examinations on course work and project. A course unit is equivalent to three hours per week, or three hours of laboratory or practical class per week throughout a semester, or an equivalent amount of assigned study or a combination of these. For the award of the M.Sc. in psychology, a candidate is expected to pass a minimum of 36 course units, and 24 units should come from the compulsory courses. A student shall be required to register in his first semester, for a minimum of 9 units, and a maximum of 12 units. Also a student is allowed to register for courses outside his area of specialization in order to make up the required number of units. Candidates shall be required to complete 3 or 6 months internship where applicable. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) The Ph.D psychology degree programme shall be assessed through a solid M.Sc. entry requirement of at least 30 units, and a CGPA of at least 4.00 on a 5 point scale and subsequent seminar presentations, plus a final thesis which shall be defended through a VIVA. All candidates most register as M.Sc/Ph.D students. Prospective PhD candidates shall be interviewed based on a 3-5 page proposal. The normal duration for Ph.D programme is a minimum of three years and a maximum of five years. Ph.D programme shall last for a minimum of six (6) semesters and a maximum of ten (10) semesters. There shall be a 2 semesters or one academic session of intensive cognate contract between the student and the Department, within which period the student must present at least 3 seminars to the Department/Faculty. These seminars shall be graded. The final thesis must be graded equally and shall carry a credit unit of 12. This shall be in addition to the 30 units the candidates earned at the M.Sc level; making a total of 42 credit units, to earn a Ph.D degree. Sociology and Anthropology Introduction The Postgraduate Programme of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu is offered at three levels: Postgraduate Diploma, the Master's and Doctoral. Each level emphasizes research work to be presented in a project report. Independent research is considered particularly important. Postgraduate Diploma is offered in Sociology. At the Masters level, the Department offers three degrees: the M.Sc. (Sociology). M.Sc. (Anthropology) and M.Sc. (Community Development). At the Doctoral level, the Department offers 3 degrees: Ph.D. (Sociology) Ph.D. (Anthropology) and Ph.D. Community Development. Philosophy The programme is designed to give students theoretical and research knowledge in the field of Sociology and Anthropology. It is aimed at producing scholars and practitioners for high level career in teaching and research. The programme will enrich the students and enable them to have adequate knowledge of the society and contribute in the field of administration, industry, management and organization, community development (Urban and Rural) including teaching and research at the university, and to equip students with skills designed to solve specific and general societal problems. Objectives The Postgraduate Programme in Sociology, Anthropology and Community Development aims at achieving the following objectives: To help students advance and make original contribution to knowledge, through research and seminars, in their selected areas of specialization within the fields of sociology. Anthropology and community development. To ensure that students utilize the opportunities offered by Nigeria's development experience to enrich their training and also make, contributions in the fields of administration, industry, management and organization, community development, (urban and rural) welfare work at all levels including with skill designed to solve specific societal problems. To make them dedicated pursuers of truth, wisdoms and knowledge in the services of this country and of humanity in general. Entry Qualification and Method of Admission PostGraduate Diploma Graduates of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology Enugu or other recognized Universities. In special cases, candidates may be admitted after fulfilling the following conditions: Passing such tests as may be prescribed by the Department/Faculty. Taking and passing such other pre-requisites or concurrent courses as may be prescribed by the Department/Faculty. The result of such tests and pre-requisites courses, which are designed to make up the candidate's background towards the proper study for the postgraduate Diploma, shall be lodged with the school of postgraduate studies. Candidates who hold qualification other than the above acceptable to the Departmental Board, the Board of the School of Postgraduate Studies and Senate of the University. Degree of Masters Graduates of Enugu State University of Science and Technology Enugu or of other recognized University who have obtained a good bachelors degree in relevant areas with at least second class honours. A first class or second class upper degree in Sociology/Anthropology or allied disciplines such as Psychology, Political Science, Economics etc. will be preferred. Candidates whose degrees are unclassified with 50% or above grade. A Candidate from oversea University, whose Master's grade point average, cannot be readily ascertained should be asked to get into master's degree programme. If at the end of the programme the candidate makes a minimum GP A of 4.00 or above he/she may apply for the Ph.D. Doctorate Degree Graduates of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology Enugu or of other recognized Universities, who have obtained the degree of master appropriate for the proposed area of study, with a minimum of 4.00-grade point average on a 5-point scale (or 3.00 grade point average on a 4-point scale), provided that satisfactory research work formed part of the degree. Candidates with the degree of professional Master may quality for admission provided that they satisfy (i) above, and that project report/dissertation formed part of the requirements for the award of the degree. Demonstrated evidence of completed academic research will be an advantage. Admission for Masters/Ph.D A candidate with first class honours in the Bachelors degree from a recognized University may be admitted into a Masters/Ph.D. programme. The candidate so admitted into a Masters/Ph.D. programme, has two options-first and preferably, he could complete the Master's degree programme and proceed straight to the Ph.D. programme if he passes at Master's degree with 4.00 GPA and above. Second, the candidate's general performance in the course work and research could be evaluated After the first two semesters of being on the Master's Ph.D programme. If the candidate makes a GP A of 4.00 and above in the coursework and shows sufficient ability to tackle research work at Ph.D. level, Senate, on the recommendations of the Departmental and Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee and the Board of the school may approve that the candidate proceeds to the Ph.D programme without fully completing the Master's programme. A candidate with Master's degree from Enugu State University of Science and Technology, or any other recognized University, whose GPA is below 4.00 shall not qualify for admission into the Master's Ph.D. or Ph.D. programme. Such a candidate may be admitted into another Master's programme to enable him to qualify for Ph.D. admission. A candidate with Master's degree at 4.00 GPA or above in a professional discipline may qualify for Ph.D admission provided the professional Master's degree contains project report or dissertation. Where the professional Master's degree was obtained through comprehensive course-work, the holder may be admitted into Master's/Ph.D. programme. The candidate so admitted will be required to write an examinable project/dissertation during the first two semesters of his study and obtain at least a grade of "B" before he/she can be allowed to proceed to the Ph.D. programme . Where a candidate did the degree of Master by comprehensive research and passed at a "B"/4.00 average levels, the candidate shall be admitted for Master's/Ph.D. programme. To make up the course - work deficiency in the earlier programme, the candidate shall successfully complete a Master's course - work with the pass level being not less than a "B" average. [-]

Master Sociology

West Catholic University - Université Catholique de l’Ouest
Campus Full time September 2017 France Angers

This Master trains future professionals to understand and analyze the territorial transformations to propose, design, implement development projects. Multidisciplinary reading [+]

This Master trains future professionals to understand and analyze the territorial transformations to propose, design, implement development projects. Multidisciplinary reading of societal change makes students responsible for the implementation and facilitation of innovative regional projects tailored, original and effective. From a solid background to the applications, methods and tools of social intervention (survey, interview, statistics, observation ...), three skill areas are possible at the end of two years of training: 1. Surveys, studies, diagnosis and evaluation 2. Animation territories, project management 3. Supervision and direction of the ESS structures TRAINING OBJECTIVES Through the joint training seminar / course, Master of the graduates are able to: - be part of the logic of a local authority or a company ESS - enter the public policy issues and design local application - mobilizing pertinently diagnostic tools and project management - developing and facilitating partnerships and networks - to conduct and implement participatory Shares and Development - lead and develop an organization of the SSE. ADMISSION - For entry into M1: hold a degree in sociology, ethnology, social sciences or equivalent. - For entry into M2: hold a Master 1 (or Master's) in sociology, ethnology, social sciences or equivalent, or having validated a minimum of four years in business school. - Training intake possible by the continuous validation procedure. - The registration form is available at: www.uco.fr TUITION FEES 2014-2015 - From € 3,200 / year (based on revenue) - Training for eligible higher education scholarships. - Training and job seekers: rates on request. [-]

Master in Advanced European and International Studies – Berlin--Nice--Rome

Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE)
Campus Full time October 2017 France Nice Germany Berlin Turkey İstanbul + 3 more

"European Integration and Global Studies" branch of the Master in Advanced European and International Studies in Berlin-Nice-Rome [+]

Masters in International Politics in Africa 2017. The European Integration and Global Studies branch of the Master in Advanced European and International Studies (MAEIS) is targeted at students who have completed their undergraduate studies. Its objective is to give students an overarching, encompassing vision of the political, social, economic, and cultural challenges of today’s world. The teaching modules are (for a detailed description see below): * Conflict and cooperation in the international system * European integration and external action * Federalism and multi-level governance * Economic globalisation and sustainable development * Professional Skills Workshops The Master programme follows an original approach which distinguishes it from other Master courses in European Studies and International Relations: The MAEIS is an international, interdisciplinary and itinerant programme. Following the slogan “Learning and living Europe”, the participants rotate each trimester, moving their place of studies from Berlin to Nice and then to Rome. The MAEIS is a one­-year ­programme, subdivided into three study terms. The programme allows students coming from all over the world to develop a thorough understanding of the role of the European Union in a growingly complex and turbulent world. From international conflict settlement to trade agreements negotiations, democracy promotion or sustainable development strategies, students discover how EU institutions, policies and actors shape this role by exploring case studies and discussing with field experts. Degree and recognition Students who successfully complete the programme are awarded two certifications at the end of the academic year: Master in Advanced European and International Studies: This is the diploma of CIFE, certifying the successful completion of the academic curriculum and granting 60 ECTS credits at Master level. The degree qualification Chargé de Mission en Organisations Européennes et Internationales (Policy Officer in European and International Organisations): This qualification is recognised by the French state as a degree at Master level (level 7 of the European Qualifications Framework EQF). Career prospects The graduates of CIFE’s Master’s programmes work as Senior officials in European institutions, policy officers within the UN framework, administrators, diplomats, consultants, researchers for think tanks, lobbyists, and academic experts. Admission requirements This graduate programme is aimed at students who have already completed a first degree (minimum three years of study at university level). Furthermore, students must have a good knowledge of English. You can find more detailed information on the application procedure and apply online at www.ie-ei.eu. Deadline for applications: 1 July 2017 Overview of the academic year The first term starts in Berlin. It encompasses introductory classes to the five modules of the programme. Our partner in Berlin, the Institut für Europäische Politik, provides a dialogue with EU and international organisations experts The second term starts off in January in Nice, on the Côte d’Azur. Here teaching continues with a focus on the new international order, its the perspectives for conflict or cooperation, and the EU's role in this context. Lectures explore European interventions in diverse domains, such as trade, democracy promotion, conflict resolution, climate change, development aid, shedding a light on how EU institutions and policies are designed to make EU roles effective on the international stage. The second focus of the programme is laid on the current challenges the EU project is facing (euroscepticism, economic governance crisis, Brexit, refugee crisis). During this term students take their mid-term exams. A one-week study trip takes them to European and international institutions in Brussels, Strasbourg, Luxembourg. For their third term, students move on to Rome, where courses by academic experts and practitioners in the five modules provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the key issues addressed in the programme. Students also have the opportunity to advance in their research work, as they are left free of obligations from mid-May to end of June to work on their thesis dissertation. The programme concludes with the defence of the thesis and the final oral exams at the end of June. In Rome, courses are organised in cooperation with CIFE's long-term partner, the University L'EuroSapienza, and the Isttuto Affari Internazionali (IAI). Teaching modules Conflict and cooperation in the international system The module aims at enriching students’ understanding of the similarities, differences and interactions of national foreign policies in a globalised world. It considers emerging patterns of international politics, including international law and international tribunals, globalisation and transatlantic relations, as well as conflict management. European integration and external action At the beginning of the new millennium, the European Union can look back at considerable achievements such as the completion of the monetary union. On the other hand, the EU remains confronted with huge challenges: New member states in Central and Eastern Europe need to be fully integrated, the EU institutions must be reformed, a common identity for foreign and security politics must be reinforced, the acceptance of the EU amongst its Member States’ populations needs to be strengthened. This seminar aims at familiarising the students, who could well become the next generation of European and international decision-makers, with an expert knowledge of the structures, institutions, and problems of the European Union. We focus firstly on the historical development of European unification and then go on to analyse the Union’s institutions and study the basics of EU law. The last part of the program is devoted to the different policies of the EU and especially emphasises the challenges of enlargement. Federalism and multi-level governance For the last fifteen years, federalism has known a revival as an international field of studies. In this framework, three major developments can be considered. The first is the study of the European Union, not analysed any more as a process of integration but in terms of federal institutional comparative approach. The second development is multi-level governance, that can be conceived as an extension of federalism as it deals with any form of multi-tier institutional system. This cooperative/competitive approach has appeared to understand the institutional consequences of the process of globalisation in post-industrialised societies, and of the subsequent changing of nature of sovereignty in the relevant states. Eventually, federalism has become a tool of conflict resolution, in order to resolve violent conflicts all over the world. Examples include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Iraq, and Nepal. It is also perceived as a solution for Syria, Cyprus, Ukraine, Libya… As well, new federal discourses have emerged in historically centralised countries. It appears that all these developments share a same multi-tier conceptual framework, referred to as federalism. As such, they add themselves to older federal questions, such as political co-operation, democratic representation, minority issues and economic coordination. However, understanding the contemporary evolution of the federal meaning and of its main uses requires an innovative analytical thinking. This module will bring together these new approaches and highlight the changing nature of federalism in an ever more complex world. Economic globalisation and sustainable development The main goal of this module is to shed a light on the key forces shaping economic globalization processes in their various dimensions: international trade, financial markets, currency issues, etc. Without going into the details of economic theory, the module helps students understand the contribution of these fundamental driving forces to long term economic development as well as major economic crisis. Beyond a broad overview of the current state of the world economy, the objective is to understand how globalization refers to the problem of international economic governance, and to describe the institutions, actors and processes at work when it comes to cooperation challenges in order to solve economic public goods management problems such as trade dynamism, financial stability or monetary cooperation. The module puts a specific focus on the role of the EU as an economic actor on the global stage, with its opportunities and challenges driven both by European specific evolutions and globalization trends. Finally, the module proposes an introduction to global sustainable development issues (climate change, access to water, etc.), as they are among the most decisive challenges that will shape the future of the world economy. Professional Skills Workshops This module equips the participants with the professional skills and competences that will enable them to work in the context of the European and international organisations: project cycle management, intercultural management, international mediation and negotiation, drafting of position papers and policy recommendations. [-]

Master Political And International Studies (epi)

Ecole de Gouvernance et d'Economie de Rabat
Campus Full time August 2017 Morocco Rabat

Policy and International Studies (IPS) is a Master of the School of Governance (EGE) Mohammed VI Polytechnic University built through an international academic partnership with the Institute of Political Studies in Aix-en-Provence (Aix Sciences Po ). [+]

Policy and International Studies (IPS) is a Master of the School of Governance (EGE) Mohammed VI Polytechnic University built through an international academic partnership with the Institute of Political Studies in Aix-en-Provence (Aix Sciences Po ). This Master's degree lasts two years and trains professionals in the analysis of public policy, disseminate and produce intellectual knowledge and research on contemporary political, social science and international relations in a academic framework of international reference. Morocco and the North African countries are engaged in reform complex processes of their state their level of political and public decision making in an international environment changing. Also new ideas emerge or supplement the terms of the conduct or the deployment of public action, with competing ways of involving different stakeholders, society, the public sector, the private sector, the representative body. Political and International Studies allows students to acquire expertise on these processes, analyze, explain them, synthesize and acquire prospective capacity by mobilizing several disciplines at the crossroads of political science, sociology, anthropology, history, law and political economy. The curriculum is designed to train professional staff, excellent in their capacity for synthesis, methods of thinking and able to put into perspective and present their findings in multiple languages. The training takes place in Rabat in the first year and then continues with a second-year international career that allows graduate with a master 2 at Sciences Po Aix-en-Provence, specialization in International Relations, Political Sociology and Public Action. This international opening is reinforced by a specific work on foreign languages ​​(French, English) and Arabic by group level and goals. These two degrees, Moroccan and French open recruitment opportunities in a wide range of occupations of executives in the political environment, the public and broader public sector, private sector, including the consulting industry or policy evaluation public (cf. professionals strengths). Recruitment in master is open to holders of a license winners or equivalent in the different specialties of social sciences selected on the quality of their file and then through an interview. Admission The EPI master is open to all students with a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in the different specialties of Humanities and Social Sciences (180 ECTS credits). Applicants to the program will present an application with Mohammed VI Polytechnic University and pass an oral interview before a panel of university teachers. At the end of the interview, the jury will decide on the application from a grid of pre-established criteria for this purpose. Targeted skills Expertise in the public sector Knowledge of public policy issues in the Arab world Political dynamics analysis and content of international public policy Evaluation of public policies Opportunities Sector: Public organizations (local authorities, government), private (agencies, companies), semi-public (agencies, chambers) and third sector (associations, NGOs) Higher education and research expertise public sector (Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Ministry of Defence, local authorities ...) expertise private sector (banks, credit institutions, risk analysis centers ...) third sector expertise (associations, NGO ...) Parliamentary Assistant Ministerial cabinets Trades: Board professions and expertise in the areas of decision-making and governance (consultant, head of research, editing and porting issues) Posts of responsibility in: domestic and foreign enterprises, banks and other financial institutions, insurance companies, the international consulting firms, audit firms, management control cabinets and evaluation non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the Research Institute for Development (IRD) international services of local authorities, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the European Commission, international organizations like the World Trade Organization (WTO), the World Bank, the United Nations (UN), the Organization of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Health Organization (WHO) ... Languages One of the goals of Mohammed VI Polytechnic University Masters is to train students able to express themselves fully in the languages ​​of instruction of the University: French, English, Arabic. [-]