M Phil International Relations

Program Introduction

MPhil International Relations is an amalgamation of intellectual and academic training in both conceptual and theoretical approaches to international relations including the study of world politics in recent past. 

The School of Social Sciences and Humanities (SSS&H) at UMT offers a two-year MPhil International Relations degree program. The program aims at developing the knowledge, providing research and learning opportunities in the field of International Relations.

The MPhil International Relation program foremost objective is to develop an exciting and supportive learning environment that is conducive to high quality research and related learning activities, including debates, seminars, and lectures. The learning thus formed engages participants in a systematic study of both theoretical and practical aspects of International Relations.

The program aims at the development of an educated community which is equipped with the potentials to cope effectively with the challenges of the modern world. 

The program prepares participants to have a deeper knowledge of the subject as well as the ability to analyze any given situation and draw out conclusions. Furthermore, the program enhances participants understanding about political issues nationally and internationally.

The MPhil International Relations degree equips and trains the graduate with the knowledge, expertise and skills required for further advanced level of studies and research. Additionally, the program helps the graduate to pursue career in government and non-government jobs, foreign policy, and international diplomacy and to take on many forms of professional work in this field. 

Program Details

2 Years

The candidate must fulfill the minimum criteria of HEC for admission in MPhil program. A minimum CGPA 2.50 (out of 4.0 in the Semester System) or 50% marks (in the Annual System) attained after at least sixteen years of education (Master’s or four-year BS degree) in Social Sciences and Humanities preferably (Political Science, International Relations, Strategic Studies, History, Philosophy, Mass Communications, Islamic Studies, Economics, Public Policy, Public Administration, Law).

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