Applied Security StrategyStreatham Campus
排名: 12 (TCUG)
地點: Streatham Campus
The MA Applied Security Strategy (MStrat) is an interdisciplinary programme designed to develop confident, critical thinkers with the potential to lead on the development and execution of policy and strategy in an uncertain, culturally-diverse and resource-constrained world. The course content meets the needs of current and future strategic practitioners and anyone who wishes to understand strategy in action.
The programme employs simulations and field trips alongside lectures, seminars and conferences with leading academics and practitioners to create and train experts in the fusion of strategic communications and intelligence. The highly-relevant and practitioner-targeted programme will equip you with the skills to craft policy and strategy in the contemporary security arena.
Team taught by Strategy and Security Institute academics, led by Professor Patrick Porter, Lieutenant General (Retd) Sir Paul Newton KBE, and leading academics from across the University
Also learn from senior practitioners from the private sector, intelligence community, the military, NGOs, international organisations and across government
Innovative teaching includes crisis management simulations with practitioners and at NATO Allied Rapid Reaction Corps HQ
Field trips to the Balkans and Brussels to view strategic security issues at first hand
Exposure to Whitehall and participation in joint conferences with the Royal United Services Institute
Excellent networking and mentor and peer support
- Full fee and other scholarships available for professional, academic, UK/EU and international students
Normally a 2.1 Honours degree (or above) in any discipline from a recognised institution. For full information, including English language requirements and international equivalencies, please see the relevant programme page found in the postgraduate section of our website.
IELTS: 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any other)
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