About the programme
This international double award is jointly offered by the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent and the Centre for Conflict Studies at the University of Marburg. Upon successful completion of the programme students will be awarded an MA degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from Kent University and an MA degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Marburg. The two year full-time programme encompasses 120 ECTS credits (240 Kent credits). The programme includes a mandatory internship of at least 10 weeks. The Master dissertation is jointly supervised and marked by academic staff at Kent and Marburg.
This multidisciplinary programme features compulsory modules on theories of conflict, conflict resolution, research methods/methods of conflict analysis and intergroup conflicts. Optional modules cover a wide range of topics including negotiation, mediation, diplomacy, development, critical approaches to peace and conflict studies, international political economy, foreign policy, human rights and terrorism. Modules are taught by political scientists, IR experts, sociologists and social psychologists.
Students will spend the first year at Kent University and the second year at Marburg University where courses are taught in English. Thus, international students do not need to speak German to study in Marburg.
The universities do not operate on a system of deadlines for applying to this programme. We do recommend submitting applications by the end of June 2013. Nonetheless, applications received after this date will still be accepted, if places are still available. Further information on the application process can be provided by our colleagues at Kent, E-Mail: email@example.com.
Internal DAAD grants are available to German
applicants who have sumbitted their application to Kent University
before 01 June 2013. For application pocedure, please check the
Funding section of this page.
The double degree programme is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) from funds of the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).