Description

Our teaching approach is based on a multi-disciplinary and analytical approach to understanding the challenges to long-term prospects for post-war recovery.

A core part of this teaching relies on in-depth critical discussion of contemporary case studies, many of which draw on our instructors’ personal field experience. We also introduce the students to the core theoretical approaches in conflict and peace studies. As well as the academic staff at the faculty, the course is taught by guest lecturers, often high-level professionals in national and international organisations.

Study Details:

MA 1 year Full-time

Module Details:

There are four core modules which are taught by lectures and seminar: 

Research in conflict-affected environments

Theory and practice of post-war recovery

Planning and managing recovery programmes

Understanding conflict and responses to conflict

Students also have the choice of one optional module from the following list:  

  • Ethics and World Politics
  • New Security Challenges
  • International Organisations
  • Conflict & Development
  • Critical Theories in International Political Economy
  • Policy Analysis

It is also possible to study the MA course part-time. Please contact us for more details on this. 

Fees

For fee details please see http://www.york.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/fees-funding/">here

Entry Requirements

The course is open to all those with a good first degree (2:1 or above) and/or field experience.

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