Be part of the conversation. Join MA International Relations: Security and Development Course Leader, Dr Patrick Holden as he discusses the vital role of international relations professionals in an increasingly complex world.
Discover how our online, part-time programme will equip you – not just with a sophisticated knowledge of global security and development issues – but with the critical thinking, in-depth research, and diplomacy skills to create meaningful change.
This interactive Q&A is your chance to gain valuable insight from an International Relations specialist and ask your most pressing questions about the course, its place in the wider world, and your future:
Why is studying an International Relations MA essential? And why now?
Which specific areas of International Relations will I cover?
What will I get out of studying a masters?
What careers could I go into?
How does online studying work, and what are the benefits?
Patrick will be accompanied by members of our course adviser team. Together, they’ll cover everything from application to graduation and beyond.
Don’t miss out. Register for your place by completing the form on this page.
Dr Patrick Holden is the Course Leader for our MA International Relations: Security and Development. His research and teaching focuses on international political economy, international development policy, regional integration, and the European Union in the world. Alongside teaching, Patrick leads the research group on Global Justice and Instability.
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