Master Program in International Security in Europe

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International Security

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Individuals who complete studies in international security have a variety of career options available to them. Some of the typical roles in international security include jobs like private investigator, counterterrorism analyst, immigration officer and foreign policy consultant.

Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.

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Master in Political Science

Palacky University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Czech Republic Olomouc

Core programme courses include EU Institutions EU and its Member States EU Cohesion Policy [+]

Masters in International Security in Europe 2017. Programme content: Core programme courses include: EU Institutions EU and its Member States EU Cohesion Policy External Relations of the EU EU Economic Policy International Relations Theories International Security Conflict Resolution Modern History of Europe Methodology Programme dates: September – June, 2 years Application deadline: February 28th Application procedure: The applicant should be a graduate of a BA or a MA study programme in the field of social studies, humanities or law. The applicant will present: Bachelor’s degree diploma diploma supplement of her/his Bachelor’s study (the diploma supplement may be substituted by a list of courses and exams passed during the Bachelor’s study) his/her bachelor’s thesis or any corresponding graduate work, eventually another written essay with a minimum page count of 20 pages CV motivation letter Personal interview might be arranged via skype. Language requirements: English language CEFR level B2 or TOEFL points 87 minimum Training methods: lectures, seminars, workshops, consultancy. [-]

Master in International Relations (MAIN)

Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University (FSV UK)
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Master in International Relations (MAIN) is a two-year English-language Master's degree programme, which provides students with the knowledge and analytical skills to understand and explain the international context of politics, economy, and security. [+]

Master in International Relations (MAIN) is a two-year English-language Master's degree programme, which provides students with the knowledge and analytical skills to understand and explain the international context of politics, economy, and security. The world is growing ever more interdependent and major political decisions, influencing our everyday lives, are made not only by individual nation states but increasingly also by regional as well as global institutions. The programme helps students understand how international and European politics work, and what are the challenges faced by states as well as business and societal actors in the globalized world. Students learn in depth about the functioning of the European Union and of the key global institutions which states have developed to address these challenges. They study how, if at all, international conflicts can be productively transformed into cooperation. In addition to providing students with a robust background in international and European politics, the programme puts an emphasis on the development of students’ analytical capabilities, abstract and critical thinking, and communication as well as language skills. Thanks to the broad scope of competences students acquire and deepen during their studies, our graduates become highly valued experts in national administration and diplomacy, European and international institutions, transnational corporation and NGOs, media, think-tanks, political parties, and academia. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria In addition to the application, the following documents must be provided: 1. Copy of a diploma to show completed Bachelor's or Master's studies, or confirmation of ongoing studies in the academic year that those studies will be completed; 2. Transcript of marks and academic results from previous higher education studies; 3. CV 4. Motivation letter Confirmation of studies may be substituted with a transcript of marks, provided that these are from the same academic year as the application. All documents which are not originally in Czech, Slovak or English must be accurately translated into English. Conditions for admission The admissions commission will will assess applicants for study on the basis of the documents submitted and give them a ranking from 1 -10 points. The point limit for accepting applicants is set by the Dean. A pre-condition for being accepted is the completion of higher education studies. Information on the exercise of graduates Graduates may find positions in a widely defined international sphere, in particular in the diplomatic service, in international organizations, in the foreign relations of public and private institutions, in the media covering international politics, as well as in university research and education. [-]

Master in International Security Studies (MISS)

Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University (FSV UK)
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Master in International Security Studies (MISS) is a two-year English-language Master's degree programme, which offers students a complex guide through security, conflict and strategic studies in the context of international relations. Moreover, dual degrees are being offered in cooperation with University of Konstanz (Germany) and newly also with University of Glasgow (United Kingdom). [+]

Masters in International Security in Europe 2017. Master in International Security Studies (MISS) is a two-year English-language Master's degree programme, which offers students a complex guide through security, conflict and strategic studies in the context of international relations. Moreover, dual degrees are being offered in cooperation with University of Konstanz (Germany) and newly also with University of Glasgow (United Kingdom). Security studies already have several decades of history behind them, in the course of which their shape and area of concern have changed markedly. Throughout the Cold War, it was a field closely wedded to war studies and military science, and it concentrated on questions dealing with nuclear weapons, disarmament, and potential confrontations between the superpowers. After the end of the Cold War, security studies underwent a significant transformation, which, along with the ever-widening understanding of the notion of security, began to move beyond military questions to include themes such as the environment, human security, ethnic conflicts, and the debate about natural resources and energy. The current shape of the field is the result of this dynamic process. MISS promotes a progressive approach to teaching which, among other things, includes reducing class sizes and an emphasis on seminars. The pedagogical instructors aim to conduct their classes through presentations, discussions or simulations incorporating students, rather than through a one-sided monologue of facts which can be acquired by other means. This logically requires thorough preparation on the part of the student outside the class through extensive reading of the course texts. The main goal of this is to streamline the teaching process through actively involving the students in class and making it possible for them to present their opinions on and understandings of the material. In cooperation with University of Konstanz and University of Glasgow, dual degrees are also being offered. For more information about the latter programme, which combines MISS with MSc. International Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies, please refer here. To complete the programme the students must collect 120 ECTS credits, defend their Master’s Thesis and pass the final state examination. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria In addition to the application, the following documents must be provided: 1. Copy of a diploma to show completed Bachelor's or Master's studies, or confirmation of ongoing studies in the academic year that those studies will be completed; 2. Transcript of marks and academic results from previous higher education studies; 3. CV 4. Motivation letter Confirmation of studies may be substituted with a transcript of marks, provided that these are from the same academic year as the application. All documents which are not originally in Czech, Slovak or English must be accurately translated into English. Conditions for admission The admissions commission will assess applicants for study on the basis of the documents submitted and give them a ranking from 1 -10 points. The point limit for accepting applicants is set by the Dean. A pre-condition for being accepted is the completion of higher education studies. Information on the exercise of graduates The graduate of the International Security Studies Programme will acquire proficiency in recent security threats and risks, a competence of analyzing and solving political and social problems connected with them, and will get trained in information processing, analyzing and conceptualizing. During the studies the student will get acquainted with the strategic concepts and the development of strategic thought. S/he will get familiar with the historical background of recent international setting and the security dimensions of the globalized international system, particularly in the European and Transatlantic arenas. After graduation, s/he will be ready to take positions both in international institutions, administration and foreign services, NGOs, media, education, academia, or proceed with postgraduate studies. [-]

Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 1 year January 2017 Australia North Ryde

This degree covers a wide range of issues related to policing, intelligence and counter terrorism in international and national contexts, including the intelligence... [+]

Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism

This degree covers a wide range of issues related to policing, intelligence and counter terrorism in international and national contexts, including the intelligence analysis techniques and organised crime. Also considered is the development and implementation of strategies and tactics to counter terrorism, drawing on recent case studies and the funding of terrorism.

Key features

Gives you access to experts from around the world with practical experience in all levels of security Lets you study the latest developments and analyse the challenges, threats and opportunities confronting the Pacific region Examines the impact of media and modern communications technology on policing, intelligence gathering and security Considers historical and contemporary dilemmas that may influence intelligence gathering and analysis, policy development and implementation in the region This degree can be combined with the Master of International Security Studies ... [-]

Master in Socioeconomic and Political Development of Modern Asia

Higher School of Economics
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Russia Moscow

Training young researchers of the politics, economics, sociology, culture, religions, and linguistics of Asian countries and peoples. [+]

This programme trains young scholars to conduct interdisciplinary research into the politics, economics, cultures, ethnicities, religions, and linguistics of Asia. It teaches not only the next generation of Asian Studies researchers, but also prepares students for professional careers involving Asia.

Using proper methods for carrying out research and analysis, students study the socio-economic, political, and culture-historic processes that shape countries in Asia. Special emphasis is placed on transnational relationships, interactions between Asia and the West, and the processes of globalization and social modernization.

Graduates enter doctoral programmes or begin their careers working for government agencies, non-governmental organizations, and international companies. As Asia’s role on the global stage grows, regional experts are in even greater demand across all international-related professions.... [-]


Master of International Security Studies

Macquarie University
Campus or Online Full time 1 year January 2017 Australia North Ryde

Taught by international experts with practical experience in all levels of security, this degree will explore the major changes in the international system in... [+]

Master of International Security Studies

Taught by international experts with practical experience in all levels of security, this degree will explore the major changes in the international system in the aftermath of September 11 2001.

Key features

Gives you the opportunity to undertake master level study in the workplace, supervised and coordinated through web-based activities Offers contemporary and rigorous academic study in security studies and intelligence analysis, as well as transnational crime, international law and political violence This degree can be combined with the Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism ... [-]

Two-Year Master's Degree in International Security Studies - MISS

University of Trento School of International Studies
Campus Full time 2 years October 2017 Italy Trento

The Master’s Degree in International Security Studies (MISS) aims to prepare a new generation of analysts, policymakers, and scholars to address contemporary national and international security challenges. [+]

Masters in International Security in Europe 2017. The MISS is offered jointly by the School of International Studies (Trento) and the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (Pisa). It adopts a strong multi-disciplinary approach coupled with a broad range of optional specialization courses. The programme allows students to acquire a deep understanding of the main challenges posed to security in our globalized society providing them with the skills required to evaluate responses from national actors and the international community. Thanks to an innovative learning approach that combines class teaching with role-play, simulations, moot courts, and case-study analysis, participants are expected to understand the various factors and actors having an impact on the global order, with specific reference to security issues.... [-]

Master in International Security

Sciences Po
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 France Paris

The academic program of this master focuses on the radical changes in international security issues in the 21st century: in the international environment (remodelling of the geopolitical system, new forms of crisis and conflict, controversial military interventions... [+]

Master in International Security General objectives The academic program of this master focuses on the radical changes in international security issues in the 21st century: in the international environment (remodelling of the geopolitical system, new forms of crisis and conflict, controversial military interventions, international terrorism, nuclear proliferation, cyber warfare, etc.), conflict regions and the specific internal transformations in security and defence activities (specialization, institutional transformation, "judicialization", technological developments, etc. Main orientations and specific features This intensive two-year program is divided into three academic semesters and one semester outside the school spent in a professional internship or a study program in a partner university. Students follow the fundamentals common to all PSIA (Paris School of International Affairs) programs, with courses in global politics, international law and international economics, enabling them to acquire the fundamental concepts and tools to analyze the contemporary world. They also acquire basic management tools and expertise in quantitative methods. On top of fundamentals, students study 9 specialized courses (core courses) addressing the major themes of international security, choosing a particular approach taught to a very high level of expertise by academics and practitioners among the following fields: Security Use of Force Proliferation and Arms Control Workshop in Conflict Resolution Conflicts Post Conflict War and Law and International Justice Multilateral Security Students therefore choose two concentrations, each of which consists of four courses, including a mandatory regional concentration, to develop or expand their knowledge of a particular region in the world, within a multidisciplinary framework. The program enjoys close collaboration with French defense institutions, notably the Saint-Cyr-Coëtquidan military school and the French Navy Centre d'Etudes Supérieur, allowing students to familiarize themselves with the existing articulations between public and private decision making in the fields of defence and security. This collaboration also allows them to acquire the theoretical and technical knowledge related to these issues, along with an overall vision of the issues involved in defence, peace-keeping and international security. Career opportunities The International Security program is aimed at applicants with a well designed career plan. Previous work experience related to the field of international security is not a requirement, but it is certainly valued in the selection process. The majority of our international security graduates work in national administrations and governments, international organisations, non-governmental organizations as well as in private companies. The main sectors of employment include defence, intelligence gathering, advising on country risk, peace-keeping, conflict resolution and reconstruction of fragile and failing states. [-]

Master in International Affairs (Dual Degree with Stockholm School of Economics)

Sciences Po
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 France Paris Sweden Stockholm + 2 more

Sciences Po and SSE (Stockholm School of Economics), both APSIA -Association of Professional School of International Affairs- members, have come together to offer graduate students a cross-disciplinary dual degree... [+]

Masters in International Security in Europe 2017. Master in International Affairs (Dual Degree with Stockholm School of Economics) Dual Degree - Stockholm School of Economics A high standard collaboration Sciences Po and SSE (Stockholm School of Economics), both APSIA -Association of Professional School of International Affairs- members, have come together to offer graduate students a cross-disciplinary dual degree, leading to a Master's degree from Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences Po and either the MSc in Economics, the MSc in Finance or the MSc in Business & Management from SSE, thus uniting their efforts in an area they both excel in. This specific 2-year framework is based on mutual recognition of existing curricula at each school. It offers a top-level education in the area of international affairs and economics to participating students, giving them the opportunity to develop a top-level career in diplomacy, international organizations or other areas of social engagement. Students enrol at both institutions and can thus benefit from a wider Alumni network. Programme of studies This programme involves one year of study at Sciences Po, focusing on International Affairs at PSIA (Paris School of International Affairs) and one year at SSE, studying Business administration, Finance and/or Economics. On completion of their studies, successful candidates will receive two master’s degrees, one from each institution. This Dual degree is a very demanding programme, with an intensive workload. The Dual Degree Sciences Po – SSE lasts two academic years. The first year will be spent at Sciences Po, focusing in International Affairs at PSIA (Paris School of International Affairs), in one of the 7 following Masters: International Security International Public Management International Economic Policy Environmental Policy International Development Human Rights and Humanitarian Action International Energy The teaching language is English, but French-speaking students are free to take a few courses in French. The second year will take place at SSE, in one of the 3 following Masters: Economics Finance Business & Management Application process Candidates to the dual degree apply through Sciences Po’s website. Online admissions open in October. Applications must be filled in online. This application is specific to the Dual Degree program and is not transferable to other programs at either institution. Students who wish to be considered for admission to other Sciences Po programmes must fulfil all relevant application requirements for those programs. Eligibility The dual degree is open to all candidates worldwide. Applicants do not have to be already enrolled at Sciences Po or SSE to apply to the dual degree. In order to be accepted to the dual degree, applicants should fulfil the requirements for the programs of interest at both institutions. Academic requirements - An undergraduate level degree (Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Sciences/licenciatura/licence) at the time of entry to Sciences Po. - A Masters level degree (magistr or magistracy, for example) for countries in which universities do not award undergraduate qualifications. - For applicants having attended German or Austrian universities, a Vordiplom/Zwischenprüfung/Diplomprüfung (the equivalent of 120 credits) and a complete year of students at postgraduate level/second cycle (Hauptstudium - the equivalent of 60 credits). - For applicants having attended Russian universities, a Bakalavr or Specialist qualification. - A verified GMAT score of at least 600 or a GRE test score of at least 155 (quantitative) with a recommended score for analytical writing (either test) of 4.5 or higher. Language requirements - Proficiency in English, verified through IELTS score of 7 or more, TOEFL total score of 100 or more (internet based) or a Bachelor degree from a program conducted completely in English. Students are requested to choose their specialization for the second year of the programme at SSE during the application process. Specific admission requirements: Theses are depending on which SSE MSc prgram students are applying to: - MSc Economics: applicants are expected to have successfully completed 90 ECTS in Social Sciences (including but not limited to Economics, Business Administration and Political Science), with a minimum of 30 ECTS in Economics. - MSc Finance: applicants are expected to have successfully completed at least 90 ECTS in Social Sciences including but not limited to Finance, Business Adminsitration and/or Economics), with a minimum of 30 ECTS in Economics, Finance, Accounting and Financial Management, and/or at least half of which especially in Finance. - MSc Business & Management: applicants are expected to have a Bachelor degree in any field of studies with at least 30 ECTS in Business Administration. A limited number of places in the program (up to 10%) are set aside for exceptional candidates with a bachelor degree in any field of studies but less than 30 ECTS in Business Administration. Such candidates should show extraordinary talent and outstanding achievements in areas like academia, work experience, culture, sports and societal contribution. Admitted applicants with a bachelor degree in subjects other than Business Administration or Economics are required to complete a specific one week Pre-Program prior to their studies (August). The Pre-Program is designed to give students key foundations in Business Administration. At Sciences Po, students must pay the normal tuition fees required by the university depending on their financial situation. At SSE, there are currently no tuition fees for European citizens. Non-European citizens must pay the normal tuition fees required by SSE. This is a dual degree with Stockholm School of Economics. [-]

MA/PDip in Security and Terrorism

University of Kent, School of Politics and International Relations
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

This programme analyses the phenomena of terrorism and political violence as perpetrated by both state and non-state actors, drawing on various disciplines within the Social Sciences. Students will explore the theoretical, methodological [+]

This programme analyses the phenomena of terrorism and political violence as perpetrated by both state and non-state actors, drawing on various disciplines within the Social Sciences. Students will explore the theoretical, methodological, and ethical debates relating to the study of state and non-state violence, and will consider their implications for various international actors and policy-makers. Students will have input from research-active staff with considerable expertise in the fields of International Relations, Sociology and Criminology. Students will assess the measures taken by states and international organisations to deter terrorism, and the relationships between terrorism and counter-terror measures. Students will be asked to critique the various theoretical and methodological approaches deployed by social scientists to study these phenomena. The following questions will be explored: How are we to understand terrorism in contemporary society? How does terrorism differ from other forms of political violence? What is the impact of terrorism on civil liberties? Are there differences between the Global North and the Global South in relation to the use of political violence? How do the social sciences differ in their approaches to terrorism and political violence? The course will also consider the actual risk posed by international terrorism and whether or not the threat is enhanced by the fears and anxieties generated by a risk-averse culture. Scholars and policymakers have all recognised the need to address security and terrorism issues from as broad a range of perspectives as possible, as this will lead to much deeper and better informed understandings of the problems. Therefore, the programme responds to this need, enabling students to explore the security and terrorism challenges we face in the contemporary world from a variety of perspectives drawing from disciplines across the Social Sciences, including International Relations, Sociology and Criminology, as well as drawing on expertise from law and human rights. Programme structure Full-time students complete the MA in Security and Terrorism over twelve months. Study is divided between taught modules, which last for one term each, and dissertation work. For full-time students, a total of six modules must be taken over the first two terms. Supervised dissertation work, on a relevant agreed subject, is then undertaken during the remainder of the academic year. The MA can be taken on a part-time basis, typically over two years but flexible arrangements are also possible. When taking it over two years, part-time students choose three modules in each academic year, and write a supervised dissertation thereafter. The programme is also offered in a 120 ECTS format – comprising nine taught modules plus a dissertation over 18 months – and as a Postgraduate Diploma – comprising six taught modules only – worth 120 Kent credits [60 ECTS]. Both the 120 ECTS version and the Diploma can also be taken on a part-time basis. [-]

MA/PDip in International Security and the Politics of Terror

University of Kent, School of Politics and International Relations
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Canterbury + 1 more

This is the first MA programme to provide an insight into the emerging synergy between national security planning and international security challenges. The curriculum provides students with a good grounding in the study of the contending [+]

Masters in International Security in Europe 2017. This is the first MA programme to provide an insight into the emerging synergy between national security planning and international security challenges. The curriculum provides students with a good grounding in the study of the contending approaches and issues in international security and the challenges of national security planning in the age of terror. Students benefit from studying in a research-active and policy informed learning environment. The two core modules are team taught and deal with issues that range from homeland security, counter terrorism, war crimes, non proliferation and energy security. The course also explores the use of non military tools to combat terrorism and the infringement of civil liberties and problems of social cohesion in national security planning. As new international security challenges such as international terrorism and organised crime directly bear upon national security issues like civil emergency planning, there is an increasing need to understand what the new security challenges are and how the lines between international and national security are now so often interchangeable. Programme structure Full-time students complete the MA in International Security and the Politics of Terror over twelve months. Study is divided between taught modules, which last for one term each, and dissertation work. For full-time students, a total of six modules must be taken over the first two terms. Supervised dissertation work, on a relevant agreed subject, is then undertaken during the remainder of the academic year. The MA can be taken on a part-time basis, typically over two years but flexible arrangements are also possible. When taking it over two years, part-time students choose three modules in each academic year, and write a supervised dissertation thereafter. The programme is also offered in a 120 ECTS format – comprising nine taught modules plus a dissertation over 18 months – and as a Postgraduate Diploma – comprising six taught modules only – worth 120 Kent credits [60 ECTS]. Both the 120 ECTS version and the Diploma can also be taken on a part-time basis. [-]

Master in Law and Politics of International Security

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

This one-year Master's programme aims at transferring to students the knowledge, skills and insight necessary to operate as a professional or academic... [+]

Master in Law and Politics of International Security

 

This one-year Master's programme aims at transferring to students the knowledge, skills and insight necessary to operate as a professional or academic researcher in the area of international peace of security. Issues of international peace and security are becoming increasingly important in legal, political and administrative practice. The concept of ‘international security’ is no longer confined to traditional issues of war and peace, but now also covers topics such as terrorism, criminal law, the protection of human rights and ‘human security’.

 

 

Programme

The Master’s programme in Law and Politics of International Security offers a curriculum that focuses on international security from the perspectives of international law and international relations. Moreover, it provides insight into the common foundations of the two disciplines, the different methods and theories as well as the interplay between the two in the area of international security. Below you will find a couple of examples of topics that are covered in the programme.... [-]


Master - Russia in the Asia-Pacific Politics, Economics, Security

Far Eastern Federal University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Russia Vladivostok

FEFU’s MA Program in International Relations, Russia in the Asia-Pacific: Politics, Economics, and Security is taught in English and aimed at both Russian and foreign students. This is a graduate degree program in International Relations. It has a cross- [+]

Master - Russia in the Asia-Pacific Politics, Economics, Security

FEFU’s MA Program in International Relations, Russia in the Asia-Pacific: Politics, Economics, and Security is taught in English and aimed at both Russian and foreign students. This is a graduate degree program in International Relations. It has a cross-disciplinary curriculum, offering courses in diverse fields, such as Political Science, International Political Economy, Security Studies, Regional Studies, Russian Studies, Law, Languages, and Intercultural Communication.

The MA program is administered by FEFU’s School of Regional and International Studies (SRIS). The School ranks among Russia’s top centers for the study of international relations. SRIS is headed by Vladimir Kuznetsov, the former Governor of Primorsky Territory.... [-]


Master In Political Studies

Belarusian State University
Campus Full time 1 - 2 years August 2017 Belarus Minsk

In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Belarus in the sphere of education the citizens of the Russian Federation, Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Uzbekistan have the right to enter BSU Master's degree at the following conditions: [+]

ORDER Masters BSU PROVIDED AS PROVIDED FOR "FOREIGN NATIONALS" In accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Belarus in the sphere of education the citizens of the Russian Federation, Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic and the Republic of Tajikistan, Republic of Uzbekistan have the right to enter BSU Master's degree at the following conditions: from the budget or on a fee basis under the conditions provided for Belarusian citizens; on the conditions provided for foreign citizens temporarily residing / sojourning in the Republic of Belarus (hereinafter - "foreign citizens") on the results of the final certification when developing the content of the educational program training people to enter the Republic of Belarus, institutions of higher education on a fee basis, as well as interviews, establishing the proficiency of Russian language in the amount sufficient for the development of the content of the educational programs of the higher education stage II. Citizens of other countries can come to terms for "foreigners" for a fee. Apprenticeship The duration of the master BSU is 1-2 years. For those studying in the higher education program of the first stage and received a diploma of higher education training period - 1 year. For those enrolled in an undergraduate program and received a bachelor's degree training period - 2 years. Submission of documents for training Reception of documents from foreign citizens to study at BSU graduate carried out in the period from 8 July to 1 October. Foreign citizens visa-free countries come to Belarus and submit documents on education to study at BSU in person, pre-agreed period, specialty, scientific advisor to the leadership of the faculty to which they plan to do. Foreign citizens visa countries send copies of documents by mail to their prior agreement with the faculty leadership. Copies of education certificates are sent to the University by mail marked "Application for study." Copies of the documents sent by fax or e-mail will not be accepted! training invitations are issued only after review and approval of copies of documents on education with the leadership of the Faculty of Baku State University and receiving commission. List of documents For admission to the Master's degree applicants BSU served in the Department of International Relations BSU following documents: statement addressed to the head of the higher education institution in the prescribed form (form on the website of BSU and UMC). Visa country complete a questionnaire on arrival, and a statement issued on arrival in the country; original certificate of education confirming the receipt of a national higher education equivalent to the stage I of higher education in the Republic of Belarus, with a list of studied subjects taken and marks (points) or its annexes; a notarized copy of the Russian translation of the education document confirming the receipt of a national higher education equivalent to the stage I of higher education in the Republic of Belarus, with a list of studied subjects taken and marks (points) or its annexes; original passport; a notarized copy of the translation of the passport into Russian (translation must be made on the territory of the Republic of Belarus); a medical report on the health status and certificate of absence of HIV, issued by an official health authority of the country of which the candidate arrived for study; 4 photos 3 x 4 cm .; Finally, the medical advisory committee, issued by the Republic of Belarus Territorial Health Organization (after passing the mandatory medical examination in the direction of higher education institutions); a certificate of completion of preliminary training faculty, the preparatory department, preparatory courses of higher education institutions (faculties at the end of pre-university training, preparatory department, preparatory courses of higher education institutions). To the listed documents executed in a foreign language, at the same time accompanied by their translation into Russian, certified by a notary. The procedure for admission to the BSU Enrollment in the Belarusian State University master's degree carried out on the basis of the applicant's interview with the faculty administration, determine the degree of knowledge of the Russian language, the appointment of the supervisor and periods of study in the magistracy. For visa countries with positive harmonizing faculty BSU sent the documents prepares and sends an official invitation to study at the consulate of the Republic of Belarus at the place of residence of the foreign applicant - the basis for a Study Visa. Turnaround time Invitations - 15 days from the date of the positive decision of the selection committee BSU. Interviewing an applicant passes upon arrival in the Republic of Belarus. Execution and study visa invitation is carried out on a paid basis. Invitation is payable on arrival at the university. Consular fee for student visa to be paid on the spot visa. Upon completion of training, participants receive internationally recognized Master's degree. [-]

Master's Degree In Political Science

ISCSP - Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Portugal Lisbon

Within the framework of the strategic ISCSP-UTL as the training offer of Cycle II and following the objectives set at the political level objectives for higher education under the Bologna Process, the following objectives were defined: [+]

Masters in International Security in Europe 2017. Goals Within the framework of the strategic ISCSP-UTL as the training offer of Cycle II and following the objectives set at the political level objectives for higher education under the Bologna Process, the following objectives were defined: Deepening skills As for the degree in Political Science, this objective corresponds to the nuclear configuration of the Bologna Process, as elects the passage of an educational paradigm based on the transmission of knowledge to a paradigm based on the acquisition of skills that, in the case of the second cycle, They must be strengthened in order to ensure that the student acquires an academic specialization (Article 18 of Decree-Law 74/2006). This objective presided over the drafting of the new syllabus, since its structure favors the deepening of skills that consolidate those of instrumental training profiles and, above all, of a specific nature. Bet on functional specialization This objective reflects the need to strengthen the profile of the training of a specific nature (raising requirement and rigor of the standards) in order to guide the student for academic specialization pathways that allow a better field of theoretical and practical tools needed to implement and integrate knowledge in specific fields of political science with high levels of professional requirement. Strengthening research valences The curriculum assumes as basic orientation, the focus on strengthening the student's research of skills. In addition to constitute itself as a differentiating valence in relation to the I cycle of studies is intended primarily to provide students with theoretical perspectives, analytical and advanced methodologies which support the design and implementation of research projects, whether in the academic domain either in the professional domain. Stimulus strengthening and support for self-learning It is intended, to that end, strengthen self-learning journeys starting from the First Cycle, in order to encourage students to develop self-employment cognitive and evaluative level. Adjustment of teaching methods This objective is associated directly to change the educational paradigm (as equated to a degree in Political Science), which requires a renewed commitment of the faculty in the adjustment of teaching methods to that paradigm and objectives now defined. Preparation for advanced studies This objective is part of the need to complement and strengthen the scientific preparation of students to prepare them for the journey of Advanced Studies (PhD). Bet on functional specialization Access conditions They are admitted to enrollment in the course holders of a degree or legal equivalence; Holders of a scientific or professional curriculum recognized by the Scientific Council. Seedings criteria of Applications Candidates for academic degree holders THE. Affinity degree already obtained within the subject area of ​​the course you are applying; B. Highest average in the degree already obtained; c. Curriculum review, under the terms in Minutes No. 360 of this Council. For candidates not degree holders In these cases here are the criteria approved by the Scientific Council at its special meeting of November 4, 2010, contained in Minutes No. 360. [-]