Politics, International Relations and Global Studies at NTU

Our postgraduate politics, international relations and global studies courses will satisfy you both intellectually and vocationally.

Grounded in the contemporary theories, research and debates that are shaping this dynamic field of enquiry, these courses will enable you to advance your experience and knowledge of both policies and political arenas – from a local, national and international perspective.

With support from our expert staff and their internationally recognised research, you’ll consolidate your undergraduate skills, whilst developing your practical knowledge through work-based learning. Through this informed balance of theory and practice, you’ll build the key vocational skills required for an applied career in a range of domestic and global roles.

Why you should study Politics, International Relations and Global Studies with us

  • 100% of our MA International Relations postgraduates are in work or further study within six months of finishing their degrees (DLHE survey 2016-17).
  • Fieldtrips on the International Development course include travel to Brussels or Geneva to engage with institutions and experts in the field – these include the World Health Organisation, World Trade Organisation, and Office of the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Refugees.

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