MA, Peace and Conflict Studies
I chose MA Peace and Conflict Studies for my further study, which is an international joint programme between the University of Kent in the UK and the University of Marburg in Germany. I was certain that this would be the perfect programme for me, not only to enrich my educational background, but also to succeed in building professional career due to the prestigious classes and the mandatory internship.
MA, International Relations
Academically, with the university’s high ranking in the field of politics and international relations, I knew I was going to receive superb tutoring and developmental opportunities here.
The city itself is a charming and lively area to live and study, but furthermore the University and its campus provides a wonderful area of student activity. With the variety of academic, interest and sports societies there’s so much to get engaged in and a whole range of amazing people to meet
PhD in International Conflict Analysis
Having previously completed my undergraduate at the University I already knew many of the lecturers having kept up contact since graduating. So when I began investigating whether to do a PhD or not, I sought these same lecturers out for advice. It was this invaluable support which attracted me to the University of Kent, as although I knew I would be supervised by individuals with relevant subject expertise, it is their personal qualities and continued advice which made Kent stand out.