MSc International Security and Diplomacy
The International Security and Diplomacy programme from Glasgow Caledonian University is designed for graduates of any discipline who want to pursue a career in international diplomacy and want to gain specialist knowledge of security – science, technology but also in defence and civil-military.
The International Security and Diplomacy programme from Glasgow Caledonian University is equally suitable for diplomats and other government officials to increase their awareness of concepts of international security and the emerging global terrorist threats.
|Duration:||1 year (full-time)|
|Starting Date:||January, May|
|Tuition Fee:||£13,500 (intl. students)|
International relations increasingly practised by a wide variety of actors, ranging from government officials to opinion-leaders from universities and the media to corporate and NGO representatives. In the compressed, accelerated, information-saturated precincts of the early 21st century, it is imperative to master the tools of public relations, advocacy, lobbying and strategic communications.
Glasgow Caledonian University London’s International Diplomacy Programmes are designed to address the growing global market needs in the areas of diplomacy, international business, international security and international communication. The development of appropriate understanding and acquisition of relevant skills in these areas have become essential for the effective management of international interaction at public and private levels alike.
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What I have enjoyed most about studying at GCU is the lectures given by professors who are helpful and most importantly are professionals in each of the chosen fields. This made us look forward to the lectures where we learned a lot of relevant and up to date information. The way professors include students into the lesson was very motivating as well.
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