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                                          澳门皇冠
                                          Studying China’s Political System and Foreign Relations in the heart of Beijing
                                          MA in Int'l Relations (Chinese Language)
                                          MA in Int'l Relations (Chinese Language)

                                          Master of Arts in International Relations

                                          (Chinese language programme)

                                          The MA in International Relations (IR) is entirely taught in Chinese and is specifically addressed at the international students who possess an excellent command of Chinese language. The entire batch consists of international students only. The programme offers international students the chance to study International Relations in a complete Chinese setting, surrounded by an outstanding Chinese faculty.

                                          The programme aims to provide an advanced understanding of International Relations theory and practice, with a focus on the Chinese engagement in the international arena. The master students will be fully acquainted with the Chinese IR paradigm, without leaving aside the alternative paradigms of the field. Availing itself of the multiple academic exchange activities, the programme offers a truly international perspective, with opportunities of one or two semesters exchange in Asia, Africa, Europe, Oceania, North or South America. In addition to the core classes, students have the opportunity to join multiple conferences and lectures organized by SIR, both in Chinese and English, as well as other extracurricular activities organized by major think tanks in Beijing, allowing them to develop in-depth knowledge in their chosen research tracks and research topics.

                                          The ideal candidate is expected to graduate the masters’ programme in two years (four semesters). However, shall the minimum credits requirements not be met, the program can be extended up to four years of study. After accumulating the minimum number of required credits, candidates are expected to write an MA thesis, as their core research, under the supervision of a SIR faculty member.

                                          The programme’s balance of intellectual and theoretical mastery with hands-on Chinese core perspectives of IR prepares you for a successful professional life, not only as an IR specialist but as a fine connoisseur of China’s international commitments, priorities and perspectives. During the two years of study, the ideal candidate is expected to become acquainted not only with the advanced concepts and paradigms of the field, but also develop independent research skills and become proficient in the Chinese IR jargon.

                                           

                                          Starting Date

                                          September each year

                                           

                                          Duration

                                          2 years. In well-grounded cases, such as following an exchange programme overseas, the Master programme could be extended up to 4 years.

                                           

                                          Admission

                                          Though the application can be directly submitted through China Scholarship Council, SIR strongly encourages the prospective students to apply directly, through UIBE’s School of International Education. 

                                          The prospective candidates will be screened according to their learning performance, motivation for the study of International Relations, leadership qualities and extracurricular activities. The ideal Master candidate is expected to possess excellent Chinese language skills, both oral and written. An HSK level 5 Chinese language proficiency certificate is required.

                                          Additionally, applicants must hold an accredited Bachelor's degree in International Relations, Political Science, Law or any other related major. Students who do not meet these minimum requirements, if otherwise admissible, may be assigned additional coursework in excess of degree requirements specified at the time of admission. Excellent personal and academic qualifications are required.

                                           

                                          Coursework

                                          Mandatory Foundation Courses

                                          Credits

                                          Advanced Chinese

                                          4

                                          Advance Chinese (2nd Module)

                                          4

                                          Brief Introduction to China

                                          2

                                          Mandatory Academic Courses

                                          Theories and Methods in Political Science

                                          2

                                          Theories of International Relations

                                          2

                                          Selected Issues in Foreign Affairs

                                          2

                                          Contemporary Issues in International Relations

                                          2

                                          Optional Foundation Courses

                                          English as a Foreign Language

                                          4

                                          Optional Academic Courses

                                          Selected Issues in Comparative Politics

                                          2

                                          Selected Issues in the Chinese Politics

                                          2

                                          Selected Issues in China’s Foreign Policy

                                          2

                                          China in Transition: Political Economy Perspectives

                                          2

                                          China’s Rise and Its Soft Power

                                          2

                                          Selected Issues in International Organisations

                                          2

                                          European Union: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          The United States: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          Japan: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          Russia: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          Seminar on Energy and Environment Diplomacy

                                          2

                                          Developing Countries: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          Global Governance: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          Economic Diplomacy: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          Public Policies

                                          2

                                          Comparative Politics: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          Political Thought and System in China: Selected Issues

                                          2

                                          Selected Issues in World Political Culture

                                          2

                                          Case Studies in Diplomacy

                                          2

                                           

                                          Dissertation

                                          The Dissertation is considered the capstone of the Masters programme and should emphasize the candidates’ ability to conduct independent research in the field of International Relations. The master thesis will be written in Chinese and contain from 12,000 to 15,000 characters.

                                          The thesis is expected to be submitted during the fourth semester, before March 1 and defended before the May 5 of the graduation year.

                                           

                                          Tuition

                                          The annual tuition fee is RMB29,800. Multiple scholarship schemes are available.

                                           

                                           

                                           

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