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Your studies are built around a foundation of compulsory modules with a range of optional modules to choose from within the subject. To complete your master in International Relations (MA), you will undertake a substantial piece of written research in a topic of your choice under the guidance of a dissertation supervisor.
You will be taught by experts in politics, international relations, public policy and contemporary history, including Dr John MacMillan, Course Director and Senior Lecturer in International Relations whose interests include the interdisciplinary nature of the subject and how it relates other disciplines like Law, Political Economy or Political Theory.
You will learn through a combination of lectures (main classes) and seminars (smaller classes that encourage debate and exchange) and through directed reading. You will also learn from like-minded classmates who come to study at Brunel from across the globe.
Graduates of the master in International Relations (MA), go to pursue careers in a wide range of organizations, including: