Department of History
School of International Studies
   
   
  

MA International Relations and World History

Course Structure | Modules  | Admissions  

Course Structure

Year One of the Two-Year Post-Graduate Programme (Pre-Master)

The First Year of the Two-Year Masters Programme consists of three teaching blocks each of 10 weeks in duration

Please see more details about the pre-master programme.

MA International Relations and World History

This degree programme can be taken full-time in one year or two years.

The programme is divided into modules, worth 20 or 60 credits each.

Students must take 180 credits (60 credits each semester and 60 credits for the dissertation) - in addition to the first year programme for non-direct entry students.

Students must also pass the taught components before proceeding to the dissertation.

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Modules

Year 1

Semester 1

Module Code Module Credits
DS4001
Compulsory)
Current Debates in World Politics
20 credits
DS4003
(Optional)
Law in Global Governane 20 credits
DS4004(Optional) Diplomacy in a Globalised World 20 credits
DS4002
(Optional)
International Political Economy 20 credits
Students who wish to follow the ‘History pathway’ have one additional compulsory module:
Module Code Module Credits
DS4015 Historical Research 20 credits

 

Semester 2

Module Code Module Credits
DS4009
(Optional)
China in International Relations 20 credits
DS4006
(Optional)
Global Development Politics 20 credits
N/A Options from other Division 20 credits
DS4007(Optional) Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution 20 credits
DS4010 Dissertation 60 credits
Students who wish to follow the ‘History pathway’ have one additional compulsory module:
Module Code Module Credits
DS4012 Ningbo in World History 20 credits
Students who wish to follow the ‘Non-History pathway’ have one additional compulsory module:
Module Code Module Credits
DS4005 Internship 20 credits

 

Detailed module information can be found via the Online Module Catalogue.  

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Admissions

For more information about entry requirements and general admissions:

Visit the Admissions section of the UNNC website

You can also download a copy of the postgraduate application form PDF file icon (PDF 255Kb) and send it by post to:

The Postgraduate Admissions Office
The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China
199 Taikang East Road
Ningbo 315100
China

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Department of History

University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5928
fax: +44 (0) 115 951 5948
email: history-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk