With the Master’s degree in History, International Relations and Cooperation, we intend to qualify the students in order to gain the necessary skills in several scientific domains regarding the area of International Relations, according to the level requested by the career possibilities in international cooperation.
Therefore, the two predicted paths (research path and vocational path) are oriented to become the core of higher research levels, allowing a continuous learning.
Besides, the course is guided towards theoretical and methodological deep examination of concrete research problems.
With the current structure, we seek to answer the appropriate goals of a 2nd cycle, trying to offer a theoretical and generic methodological education, in which a foreign language subject or a Portuguese language subject are integrated, in case of non-Portuguese-speaking students.
We well look out to extend the theoretical education base on the field of International Relations and to initiate an approach to more specialized problematics about regional studies (Area Studies).
This course seeks to reinforce an offer with research and professionalization-oriented subjects. This Master’s degree has the following goals:
Degree approved under Art. 54 of the Teaching Career Statute (Decree-Law no. 15/2007, of 19/01), regulated by Ordinance no. 334/2008, of 30/04, for the groups 200 (Portuguese and Social Studies / History) and 400 (History). (Order of His Excellency the Secretary of State of Education, July 21st 2009)
Maximum number of students: 25
Minimum number of students: 10
Schedule: Fridays (13h30m-20h30m) and Saturdays
Access Requirements: in conformity with the disposed in Art. 17 of Decree-Law 74/2006, March 24th, the students holding the following qualifications will be admitted to application to the cycle of studies conducive to the Master’s degree in History, Historical Relations and Cooperation:
NOTE: The applicants who fulfil the Access Requirements will be ordered after accomplishing an interview.
Email (Master's direction): email@example.com
|Director:||Luís Grosso Correia|
|Type of course/cycle of studies:||Masters Degree|