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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

Political science is a field that studies the organization and functions of government systems and political structures. Students learn the administrative, legislative, and social factors that impact these systems and individuals within society. 

Serbia (Serbian: Србија, Srbija) is a country located in the Balkans, in Southern Europe. During the summer tourists love spending their time in Belgrade and enjoy the nature of many national parks throughout the country. Most European nationals need no visa for entering Serbia.

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ECPD International Master Studies in Diplomacy

European Center for Peace and Development - University for Peace established by United Nations (ECPD)
Campus Part time 2 years October 2018 Serbia Belgrade

ECPD UN University for Peace, an international educational and research institution, headquartered in Belgrade, is proud to offer the excellent program of its International Postgraduate Master Studies in Diplomacy. This program offers to the postgraduate students the highest level of academic achievement and requires a lot of dedication and systematic work. [+]

ECPD UN University for Peace, an international educational and research institution, headquartered in Belgrade, is proud to offer the excellent program of its International Postgraduate Master Studies in Diplomacy. This program offers to the postgraduate students the highest level of academic achievement and requires a lot of dedication and systematic work. The choice of subjects, teaching methods, and world-renowned professors guarantee quality and interesting studies that provide students with a high level of knowledge that is compulsory for a successful career in the realm of international organizations and economic diplomacy.

Postgraduate studies at master level lasting two and/or four semesters. The total length of time to be devoted to lectures, exercises and other forms of didactic work has been determined in accordance with the Charter and Statute of the UN University for Peace. In carrying out its program of instruction in the area of diplomacy, the ECPD applies the basic teaching methods, such as lectures, face-to-face consultations, case studies, interactive teamwork and individual projects.... [-]


Technology of Solving Development Problems

European Center for Peace and Development - University for Peace established by United Nations (ECPD)
Campus Part time 2 years October 2018 Serbia Belgrade

During the period 1986-1991, the ECPD organized and successfully conducted the postgraduate studies at the master’s level - “Technology of Problem Solving” - in Sarajevo, Zagreb, Athens, and Heidelberg. The evaluations of the quality of these postgraduate studies made by the students (about one hundred), as well as by the ECPD management and professional bodies imposed a need for and justified the resumption of such postgraduate studies, including necessary innovations. [+]

During the period 1986-1991, the ECPD organized and successfully conducted the postgraduate studies at the master’s level - “Technology of Problem Solving” - in Sarajevo, Zagreb, Athens, and Heidelberg. The evaluations of the quality of these postgraduate studies made by the students (about one hundred), as well as by the ECPD management and professional bodies imposed a need for and justified the resumption of such postgraduate studies, including necessary innovations.

More than ten years have elapsed since the organization of the above mentioned post- graduate studies. This is not a long period but in the meantime the complexity, delica- cy, significance and urgency of solving numerous problems in all facets of life, work and development increased noticeably. During that period, the entire world embarked on the so-called process of transition: from one socio-economic system to another; from the vanishing global technological system to the emerging one; from mutually destructive and competitive structures to competitive and cooperative ones; from larger systems to their fragmentation and vice versa; from conflicts to cooperation; from the current understanding of the world to a new one; from the prevailing material economy to the predominantly service one; from quantity to quality as the prevailing value; from a bureaucratically hierarchized structure to an organic, corporative one; from special- ized to multidisciplinary problems; from simple to multidimensional interdependent and tightly connected life and the world – to mention only some of the ongoing pro- cesses of transition.... [-]