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In case of doubt, students can always consult other supervisors within the Humanities Faculty. During the first semester, students will complete the 5 EC course Thesis Seminar and Methods in International Relations Research in which they will choose a topic for their thesis, formulate a research question, and submit a research proposal and literature review.

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Students who have not fulfilled the requirements of this course or have not received the approval of the Examinations Committee will not have their MA thesis supervised. The thesis for the MA International Relations is a maximum of The thesis is supervised by a lecturer in the Humanities Faculty, who possesses expertise in the relevant field. The thesis is judged by two lecturers involved in the program. Graduates of the programme have attained the following learning outcomes, listed according to the Dublin descriptors:.

Applying knowledge and understanding a. Judgement a. Communication a. Learning skills a. In addition to the above programme-wide achievement levels, graduates will have obtained the following achievement levels per specialisation:. Knowledge and understanding a.

Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the processes behind the evolution of the global order, the pursuit of global justice and the variety of ethics, ideologies, institutions and norms that underpin the international political system; b. Knowledge and engagement with different trajectories of states, organizations and peoples, examining how they are manifested in power relations and interact at different points across time to order the world; c. Knowledge of how power relations are structured, from the great power politics of global governance, to diplomatic culture in regional and national perspectives through regional and transnational groupings.

The ability to critically analyse primary sources relating to institutions, nation-states, transnational organisations and NGOs; b. The ability to apply a solid historical knowledge to current affairs and international politics. The ability to critically evaluate evidence on issues relating to global order; b. The ability to dissect how institutions and systems of power are created modified and evolve over time; c. The ability to review and assess different opinions and discourses about the system of global governance.

For more information, please contact the Co-ordinator of Studies. Zoek naar Vakken Opleidingen Keywords Academic year Zoeken. Structure Students wishing to replace one elective 10 EC with an external course or internship, please contact the Co-ordinator of Studies to discuss your options. February semester for students starting in September Regionalism in World Politics 5 EC Elective 10 EC - students must choose one elective within their specialisation and can choose one elective from the complete list of electives on offer for the MA International Relations.

September semester for students starting in February Regionalism in World Politics 5 EC Elective 10 EC - students must choose one elective within their specialisation and can choose one elective from the complete list of electives on offer for the MA International Relations. Thesis 15 EC Master thesis and requirements for graduation A thesis is an academic essay, written by the student in consultation with a supervisor. In assessing the quality of the thesis, the following aspects play an important role: Formulating and analyzing the research question; Structure of the thesis; Integration of primary and secondary literature into the argument; Argumentation skills; Style, use of language and lay-out; Independent and original research Graduates of the programme have attained the following learning outcomes, listed according to the Dublin descriptors: Knowledge and understanding a.

Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the contemporary and historical dimension, the evolution and interdependency of bilateral and multilateral relations among states and non-state actors, the importance of government institutions and frameworks for the development of these relations, b.

In addition to the above programme-wide achievement levels, graduates will have obtained the following achievement levels per specialisation: Specialisation in Global Order in Historical Perspective Knowledge and understanding a. September Mandatory courses 20 EC. Ideas in World Politics. He uncovers the answers Soviet commentators implicitly or explicitly give to such questions as: Who, in the Soviet view, are the main actors in international politics, and what does identifying them suggest about the Soviet perspective?

In the Soviet analysis, what is the global distribution of power? How do Soviet analysts characterize the capabilities, motives, and decision-making process of the United States? Contents: I. The Emergence of International Relations as a Discipline.

International Relations: Global Order in Historical Perspective

The Actors. The Hierarchy. Communication a.

Learning skills a. In addition to the above programme-wide achievement levels, graduates will have obtained the following achievement levels per specialisation:. Knowledge and understanding a.


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Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the processes behind the evolution of the global order, the pursuit of global justice and the variety of ethics, ideologies, institutions and norms that underpin the international political system; b. Knowledge and engagement with different trajectories of states, organizations and peoples, examining how they are manifested in power relations and interact at different points across time to order the world; c.

Knowledge of how power relations are structured, from the great power politics of global governance, to diplomatic culture in regional and national perspectives through regional and transnational groupings.

The ability to critically analyse primary sources relating to institutions, nation-states, transnational organisations and NGOs; b. The ability to apply a solid historical knowledge to current affairs and international politics. The ability to critically evaluate evidence on issues relating to global order; b. The ability to dissect how institutions and systems of power are created modified and evolve over time; c. The ability to review and assess different opinions and discourses about the system of global governance.

For more information, please contact the Co-ordinator of Studies. Zoek naar Vakken Opleidingen Keywords Academic year Zoeken. Structure Students wishing to replace one elective 10 EC with an external course or internship, please contact the Co-ordinator of Studies to discuss your options. February semester for students starting in September Regionalism in World Politics 5 EC Elective 10 EC - students must choose one elective within their specialisation and can choose one elective from the complete list of electives on offer for the MA International Relations.

September semester for students starting in February Regionalism in World Politics 5 EC Elective 10 EC - students must choose one elective within their specialisation and can choose one elective from the complete list of electives on offer for the MA International Relations. Thesis 15 EC Master thesis and requirements for graduation A thesis is an academic essay, written by the student in consultation with a supervisor. In assessing the quality of the thesis, the following aspects play an important role: Formulating and analyzing the research question; Structure of the thesis; Integration of primary and secondary literature into the argument; Argumentation skills; Style, use of language and lay-out; Independent and original research Graduates of the programme have attained the following learning outcomes, listed according to the Dublin descriptors: Knowledge and understanding a.

Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the contemporary and historical dimension, the evolution and interdependency of bilateral and multilateral relations among states and non-state actors, the importance of government institutions and frameworks for the development of these relations, b.

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In addition to the above programme-wide achievement levels, graduates will have obtained the following achievement levels per specialisation: Specialisation in Global Order in Historical Perspective Knowledge and understanding a. September Mandatory courses 20 EC. Ideas in World Politics.

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Organised by the MA International Relations:. A History of the United Nations. Global Environmental Politics and Ethics. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific. Legacies of War and Memory in World Politics. Rethinking Secularism in International Relations. The Humanities and International Relations. Issues in Latin American Foreign Policies.

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