The MSc Global Politics at NCH London examines the dominant issues of global politics and investigates the emerging theme of global citizenship.
MSc Global Politics
“The MSc Global Politics engages clearly with dominant issues of global politics. Analysing the evolving concept of global citizenship, this Global Politics masters degree explores the development of global democracy and the notion of transnational justice.”
Dr Diana Bozhilova BA, PhD (KCL), Head of Faculty & Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations.
MSc Global Politics
Full-time or part-time
One year (FT) or two years (PT)
16th September 2019 (see term dates)
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UK, EU, EEA & Swiss: £8,000 (FT)/£4,000 (PT)
International: £13,000 (FT only)
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The MSc Global Politics at NCH enables students to develop structured and applied knowledge of the vibrant field of global politics and the evolving concept of global citizenship. Students will explore in-depth the development of global democracy and the notion of transnational justice while benefiting from training in research methods and framework models. Read more
The programme is suited to students from a variety of backgrounds, including recent graduates of a range of humanities disciplines as well as career professionals with sufficient prior qualifications. This interdisciplinary degree offers a good balance between political theory and political science.
The MSc Global Politics degree programme comprises five taught courses covering topics including: Read more
- Global Politics I & Global Politics II
- Security Issues in Global Politics
- The European Union
- Nations and Nationalism
- Universal Man: Global Politics & Human Nature in Western Political Thought, c. 1750-1850
Students culminate their studies with the completion of two courses focused on the original research proposal and development of a 15,000-word dissertation.
In addition to the postgraduate courses, students of the MSc Global Politics are encouraged to audit the following two undergraduate courses Old Powers, New Powers, Colonialism, Imperialism & the Modern State and International Organisations.
The MSc Global Politics will be delivered predominantly through seminars, of between three and ten people, and individual tutorials.
The Masters programme can be taken part-time over two years. Part-time students attend the same classes as their full-time colleagues, taking 50% of the course load each academic year. The classes are not run separately in the evening for part-time students. Read more
While we try to make the part-time study as flexible as possible, our Masters programmes are demanding and we advise students that, if they intend to work alongside the course, their work should be flexible.
Students will write formative essays during the year, which will receive written tutor feedback. Read more
Summative assessment of the MSc Global Politics will be via essays undertaken by students throughout the academic year, in addition to their extended research proposal and dissertation of 15,000 words.
Timetables are usually made available to students during Freshers’ Week. Teaching can be scheduled to take place during any day of the week. However, when possible, Wednesday afternoons are usually reserved for sports and cultural activities.
NCH degrees are designed and created by the College’s professors and faculty. The courses reflect their areas of expertise and research interests, meaning that they are strongly engaged with the material that they will teach you. Read more
In the case of the MSc Global Politics degree programme, the curriculum has been overseen and developed by Dr Diana Bozhilova AKC, BA (Hons), PhD (KCL), Head of Faculty & Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations.