How do you secure a role in an intergovernmental organisation?

Posted by QMUL Online on 25-Oct-2021 09:00:00
 Being a part of an intergovernmental organisation (IGO) can be a deeply fulfilling career path, but it’s a path that can seem unattainable to those unfamiliar with the true scope of work conducted by such organisations.
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Topics: international public policy MSc

How do you find a job in international humanitarian aid?

Posted by QMUL Online on 21-Sep-2021 09:00:00
Working in humanitarian aid is known for being especially demanding – but people across the world have dedicated their lives to it, in the hope of making positive change for others.
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Topics: MA international relations, international public policy MSc

Why study international dispute resolution online?

Posted by QMUL Online on 23-Aug-2021 09:00:00
Juan Cilliers is a counsel at the National Bar Council of South Africa and is a current student on Queen Mary Online’s LLM in International Dispute Resolution.
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Topics: international dispute resolution LLM

G7 summit at Carbis Bay: the limits of multilateralism?

Posted by QMUL Online on 06-Jul-2021 10:40:44
This post is by Dr Haro Karkour, Online Tutor for Queen Mary Online's MA in International Relations and MSc in International Public Policy. Haro's research focuses on International Relations (IR) Theory. 
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Topics: MA in International Relations

International Relations student Helen on studying while in the military

Posted by QMUL Online on 02-Jul-2021 14:01:08
Watch our video interview with MA International Relations Dissertation Award winner Helen Brown on how she combined working in the RAF with studying online.
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Topics: MA international relations

Why Study US Foreign Policy?

Posted by QMUL Online on 01-Jun-2021 09:00:00
Why might it be useful to study US Foreign Policy as part of your international relations degree? This post is by Katharine Hall, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, QMUL Online. 
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Topics: MA international relations

International Relations student Veronika on her ambitions to become a diplomat

Posted by QMUL Online on 15-Apr-2021 09:00:00
Veronika Scherer is a student of Queen Mary Online’s International Relations MA. She also owns a property development business with her husband in Kansas City, USA, where they live with their three children.
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Topics: MA international relations

War and peace in a global context: Why do we need to study war?

Posted by QMUL Online on 15-Mar-2021 09:31:00
This post is by Alice Martini, Online Tutor for Queen Mary Online's MA International Relations. Here, she explains why the study of war allows us to understand its huge political, historical and social impact.
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Topics: MA international relations

Undergraduate or postgraduate study: which is right for you?

Posted by QMUL Online on 02-Feb-2021 09:00:00
 If you are interested in pursuing further education, it is important to know whether you should enrol to an undergraduate or postgraduate course.
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Topics: online learning

Biden and the future of US foreign policy

Posted by QMUL Online on 07-Jan-2021 09:00:00
Will the Biden presidency signal a shift in US foreign policy? Queen Mary Online's Dr Katharine Hall looks at Joe Biden's priorities for his first 100 days in office. 
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Topics: MA international relations, US foreign policy

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