ICCS Masters degrees

The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) has two MSc degrees associated with it.

Global Cooperation and Security MSc  

This programme is designed for students interested in a competitive MSc degree that combines academic and practical training on how to mitigate and eliminate conflict and violence in world politics. It offers research-led teaching at the intersection of International Relations, Political Psychology and Security Studies, combined with a 5-day training programme in 'Trust, Diplomacy and Conflict Transformation'.  

Core modules include:

Political Psychology of International Relations MSc

The Political Psychology of International Relations MSc degree is designed for students interested in pursuing studies in this exciting new field at the intersection of political psychology and international relations.  Students follow a unique and highly specialised module pathway which offers research-led interdisciplinary training in the theory and practice of international political psychology. The programme has been designed to provide a uniquely tailored experience to students keen to explore this innovative new field. 

Core modules include: