This stimulating course will provide you with the opportunity to engage with some of the most challenging and pressing issues of international relations and conflict. You will explore the main characteristics of today’s global security environment, from terrorism to tensions produced by climate change, from nuclear proliferation to the migration crisis.
You will consider how various schools of thought can decisively strengthen our analysis of these issues, which will lead to an appreciation of the complex role of factors like military capabilities, economic structures, international institutions, identities and ideologies, or language and emotions.
Teaching will be delivered by leading experts on international affairs, conflict, security and peace studies, who have published in the most respected journals of the field. The programme adopts a dynamic format of interactive lectures and seminars and will include a negotiation simulation, a policy role play and extensive discussions on cutting-edge research, in an enriching multicultural setting.
- Self Catering Accommodation Provided
- 4 Day trip to London
- Social Programme including day trips and evening activities
- Application Deadline 24th May 2019
- £2,400 per session
About the School
The International Summer is an Undergraduate level summer programme offering students the chance to study at the University of Exeter for 3 weeks and earn up to 15 ECTS Credits or 6-8 US Credits towar ... Read More