This program is typically delivered over a single year at full time. It can also be taken at part time over up to two years around work, family or other commitments.
There are three levels of certification which can be awarded. Completing at least 60 credits worth of the modules listed below, will qualify you for a Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert) in International Relations. If you complete all of the 120 credits of modules listed but do not complete a dissertation, you’ll qualify for a Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip). Finally, if you complete a 15,000 word dissertation (or a similarly sized Professional Practice Report) as well as the 120 credits, you can exit with the full MSc degree.
PgCert and PgDip Modules Include:
- Political Economy of Human Trafficking and Unfree Labour
- Organised Crime in Insecure Environments
- Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking: Policing, Policy and Practice
- Mediation and Negotiation
- Mediating Trafficking Migration and Diaspora
- Legal Responses to Transnational Crime and Terrorism
- Issues in International Security
- International Relations Theory
- Human Rights and Migration in Europe
- Gender, Identity and Society
- Advanced Research Methods