The MPhil International Relations and Politics courses for 2016/7 have been confirmed as follows:
- NEW: The Cold War and Its Aftermath In East Asia
- Comparative Politics and Religion
- European Foreign Policy: Crises and Challenges
- Global Transitions: Power, Hegemony and the Ordering of the Global Political Economy
- Grand Strategy: Britain, Europe and World Power
- International Relations Theory
- International Security
- Politics of Africa *UPDATED SEPTEMBER 27 2016*
- Politics of European Integration *UPDATED OCTOBER 3 2016*
- Politics of the Middle East and North Africa
- Reconstruction: The Great War and the Origins of Modern Politics
- States, Regimes and Parties: Comparative government and politics in the 21st century
- Urban Governance and Development
Further options may become available in due course. Please note that the course syllabuses linked above may be subject to change.
We will ask you to choose three from the options above, as well as one reserve choice. Students will also have to complete a mandatory statistics course and a Research Methods module; more information on these will be sent to you nearer the time.
Taster sessions will be available for all courses during induction week for students; these are entirely optional. You will not have to confirm your course choices until after the taster sessions have finished.
Please note courses may not run if fewer than seven students sign up.
If you have any questions about the courses, please contact the Graduate Secretary.