menu icon

University of Kent Postgraduate International Politics degrees

University of Kent

Kent is a top 20 UK university and ranked 17th for research intensity (REF 2014). Their programmes are informed by a commitment to research excellence which leads directly into teaching. ...Read more

1 - 4 of 4 Postgraduate international politics Degrees at University of Kent. Narrow your results by using the filters on the left.

( 0 ) Courses shortlisted
to shortlist a course
  • Order by
  • 1-4 of 4

International Social Policy PDip, MA

International Social Policy PDip, MA

The International Social Policy programme takes a policy analytic approach to provide you with an advanced understanding of current debates, theories and concepts relevant to international social policy. ...Read more
  • 1 year Full time degree: £6500 per year (UK/EU)
  • 2 years Part time degree: £3250 per year (UK/EU)
Modules
  • SO833 - Design of Social research (20 Credits)
  • SO877 - Key Issues in Comparative Social Policy (20 Credits)
  • SO872 - Comparative Social Policy (20 Credits)
  • SO876 - Organised Civil Society and the Third Sector (20 Credits)
  • SO894 - The Family, Parenting Culture and Parenting Policy (20 Credits)
View all modules

Two Year Master's in International Social Policy MA

Two Year Master's in International Social Policy MA

This course provides an introduction to high-level academic study leading to a recognised postgraduate qualification. You gain a clear, confident and advanced understanding of the subject while receiving...Read more
  • 2 years Full time degree: £11600 per year (UK/EU)

Comparative Politics MA by Research

Comparative Politics MA by Research

This research programmes provide a combination of formal research training and individual supervision within a supportive environment, with regular interaction between staff and students. ...Read more
  • 1 year Full time degree
  • 2 years Part time degree

Comparative Politics PhD

Comparative Politics PhD

This research programmes provide a combination of formal research training and individual supervision within a supportive environment, with regular interaction between staff and students. ...Read more
  • 4 years Full time degree
  • 6 years Part time degree
  • Order by
  • 1-4 of 4