International Master in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies Program
Students on this master’s degree programme will examine a broad range of contemporary security challenges, such as terrorism, civil war and conflict, mass migration, energy supply security, cybersecurity, and new technologies, and transnational and serious organised crime. Students will also explore the intelligence and strategic approaches used by governmental and non-governmental actors to combat these threats.
The degree adopts a unique approach to the study of security by combining theoretical, applied and empirical knowledge and skill sets. Students will have the opportunity to meet with and work alongside a range of academics and researchers from international partner universities and think tanks from around the world, as well as practitioner experts from governmental and industry security and defence sectors.
Students on IMSISS will study across Europe in at least 3 cities and universities. They have the opportunity to undertake short study visits to other universities and can apply for work-based learning placements as part of the independent study semester.
- Start date: Teaching for 2021-2023 students begins in September 2021
- Duration: Two years (24 months)
- Teaching and Assessment Delivery: The programme uses small group seminars, tutorials and lectures, with a variety of assessment methods including written assignments (essays, policy briefs, literature reviews), individual and group presentations and projects, dissertation and oral examination.
- Qualification: International Master (IntM)
- Study type: Full-time
- Funding Available: YES – EMJMD Scholarships are available.
- Scholarship Application Dates: 2021-2023 scholarship competition will open on 1st October 2020 and close on 22nd January 2021
- Programme Application Dates: 2021-2023 programme applications will close on 23rd July (International applicants) and 27th August (UK/EU applicants).
- IMPORTANT: All scholarship applicants should confirm if they also wish to be considered for a self-funded place in the event that there are additional programme places left and the applicant meets the criteria to join the programme but are unsuccessful with their scholarship bid. Please note that a £1000 deposit will be required to secure a self-funded place.
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