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|Application deadline:||As we run multiple entry points throughout the year, we keep our application deadlines open|
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|Start date:||April 2014, July 2014, September 2014|
|Duration full-time:||12 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
The MA in Global Affairs is a broad based, multi-disciplinary programme unique to Buckingham. The original programme was innovatively designed and founded as a gift to the University of Buckingham by alumnus Charles Henn L.Arts(Hons)(Buckingham), M.Sc.[Econ.] (LSE), LL.M., Ph.D (Cantab.) who was Consultant Professor and who continues in an honorary capacity as the programmes Founding Director. Dr Henn is also a Senior Visiting Fellow of the Beloff Centre for the Study of Liberty.
The programme aims to educate graduates for rapid advancement into senior professional work in foreign and other ministries, international organisations, financial and commercial institutions, trade and industry, international journalism and global civil society organisations. Areas of study include global economies and finance; public international law; international law relating to trade, investment and finance; global governance; global security; human rights; environmental issues; global diplomacy; and global business. Students are trained in the skills that would be required in senior professional work. The courses are taught intensively in lectures, seminars and small group tutorials; they assume little prior knowledge but rapidly bring students to an advanced level of understanding. Buckingham is a small academic community and students have personal and frequent access to their instructors. The programme is also suitable for those without a specific career aim in mind but who wish to acquire an advanced understanding of global affairs.
Assessments for each course will take the form of written tests, innovative papers and occasional oral presentations. Students have the option of submitting one 12,500-word research paper in lieu of a test in specific areas of the programme. Candidates whose total average mark is above 70 are awarded the MA with Distinction; those whose total average mark is between 60 and 69 are awarded the MA with Merit; those whose total average mark is between 50 and 59 are awarded the MA and those whose total average mark is between 40 and 49 are awarded the Diploma.
The Buckingham MA Global Affairs is open to applicants with an BA or BSc in any subject. Applicants without a BA or BSc but with relevant work experience, will also be considered.
English Language Requirements
IELTS of 6.5 + TOEFL of 233
|CAE score:||60 (Grade C)|
|TOEFL paper-based test score:||577|
|TOEFL computer-based test score:||233|
The Max Beloff Scholarship in Global Affairs, which is worth £1,000, will be awarded annually to the student with the best performance after the first terms study on the MA in Global Affairs programme. The decision about the award will be made by the Board of Examiners, at the recommendation of the Programme Co-ordinator. The Dean of the School of Humanities shall have discretion not to award the Scholarship in any given year. The Scholarship is in the form of a cash sum.
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