The MA in War and Society is offered through the Department of Political and Cultural Studies in the College of Arts and Humanities and is a unique degree that explores the most spectacular of historic events. The MA looks at war across a wide span of time, from the Greeks to the second Gulf War and it is constituted by a range of academic disciplines: American Studies, Development Studies, Classical and Egyptian Studies, History, Literatures, Media Studies, Politics and International Relations. Graduates have careers in the armed forces, Relief and Humanitarian organisations, the Media and PR, Government and Politics and International Business.
International Student Requirements:
Equivalent overseas qualifications are considered. Overseas students are expected to possess and IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent, if English is not their first language. Relevant work experience is also taken into consideration.