Geopolitics, Territory & Security

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MA

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Part Time, Full Time

| Admissions status: Open
Geopolitics, Territory and Security is a unique, multidisciplinary programme taught by renowned academic authorities. Rooted in geopolitical analysis but includes aspects of international law and international relations theory. Makes extensive use of Londonís resources for researching historic and contemporary aspects of international boundary questions and territorial disputes.

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KEY BENEFITS
  • Makes extensive use of London's vast collection of resources for researching historic and contemporary aspects of international boundary questions and territorial disputes eg the National Archives, Royal Geographical Society and British Library.
  • In addition to established academic authorities, lecturers include leading legal practitioners and technicians in international boundary dispute resolution from London and Paris such as Rodman Bundy (Eversheds, Paris), Stephen Fietta and Robert Volterra (Latham and Watkins, London).
  • Flexibility for researching a wide range of thematic and regional issues since candidates are encouraged to choose the subjects of their written coursework.

     
KEY FACTS
Programme leader/s
Richard Schofield (richard.schofield@kcl.ac.uk)
Awarding institution
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180/ECTS 90
Duration
One year FT, two years PT, September to September.
Location
Strand Campus.
Student destinations
Students on this programme have gone on to occupy senior management positions in government agencies and international consultancies; work with NGOs involved in dispute resolution; international law firms; government ministries; oil companies, departments of the United Nations and the European Union.
Year of entry 2015
Offered by
Waterloo Campus