close

Filters

See Results

Summer Courses in Geopolitics

Students looking to get ahead in their schooling often take a variety of classes as part of their summer courses. This type of interim education can also assist those who are already in a specific career, but need to find ways to continue increasing their learning.  As the study of how geographical factors influence international relations, geopolitics may be helpful to political science majo… Read more

Students looking to get ahead in their schooling often take a variety of classes as part of their summer courses. This type of interim education can also assist those who are already in a specific career, but need to find ways to continue increasing their learning.  

As the study of how geographical factors influence international relations, geopolitics may be helpful to political science majors. While many government courses focus on the politics within a country, geopolitics can focus on how a country’s borders may influence surrounding countries, creating power struggles within regions and economic discourse.

Request Information about Summer Courses in Geopolitics 2020

Read less
Other options within this field of study: 
format_list_bulleted Filters
Moscow State Institute Of International Relations, MGIMO
Odintsovo, Russia

This year MGIMO International Summer School offers two intensive Modules “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges” and “Russian Energy Policy and International Energy Cooper ... +

This year MGIMO International Summer School offers two intensive Modules “Russian Foreign Policy: Modern Challenges” and “Russian Energy Policy and International Energy Cooperation”. -
Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This course aims to place the modern Middle East in its international context, exploring histories of empire and decolonisation, hegemony and resistance, conflict and cooperat ... +

This course aims to place the modern Middle East in its international context, exploring histories of empire and decolonisation, hegemony and resistance, conflict and cooperation, as well as identity and foreign policy. It is informed by a rigorous engagement with theories of international relations. The course begins with an exploration of the different historical phases of interaction between Middle East states and the international system. These are divided into the colonial, Cold War and post-Cold War periods. -
Summer courses Summer courses
Full-time
3 weeks
English
Jun 2020
Campus
 
Geneva Institute of Geopolitical Studies
Geneva, Switzerland

The principal objective of this study programme is to introduce the basic concepts of geopolitics.

The principal objective of this study programme is to introduce the basic concepts of geopolitics. -
Summer courses
Full-time
Feb 2021
Campus
 
Georgian Institute Of Public Affairs
Tbilisi, Georgia

This course is designed to provide graduate and senior undergraduate level students with a broad knowledge and understanding of the Black Sea-Caspian Region. The course will p ... +

This course is designed to provide graduate and senior undergraduate level students with a broad knowledge and understanding of the Black Sea-Caspian Region. The course will provide with strategic overview of historic and recent developments, as well as with different scenarios for long-term developments in the region through examination of the empirical cases and current security environment in the region. -
Summer courses
Full-time
2 weeks
English
Campus
 
University of Southampton
Southampton, United Kingdom

This topic, delivered by Steve Chisnall, a former Sir Vice-Marshal in the UK’s Royal Air Force, and the Director of Southampton’s MSc in International Security and Risk, provi ... +

This topic, delivered by Steve Chisnall, a former Sir Vice-Marshal in the UK’s Royal Air Force, and the Director of Southampton’s MSc in International Security and Risk, provides you with an overview of the main security challenges facing the world today. It provides you with the opportunity to explore answers to the questions posed above through the use of classic and contemporary literature from a range of academic disciplines. You will also be provided with the chance to examine specific case studies to apply these security theories to real-world challenges, exploring different policy options that governments could consider, and debate the merits and drawbacks of these approaches. -
Summer courses
Full-time
4 weeks
English
Campus
 

TIP! If you represent a school and want to add your programs to our listings, contact us here