Master of Arts in GLOBALIZATION STUDIES AND CULTURAL DIPLOMACY (WITH A CONCENTRATION IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS)
offered by the Faculty of Philosophy in partnership with the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin
This is an advanced research programme offered by the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Philosophy, in partnership with the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy in Berlin. The programme has a duration of 2 years, with the first 2 semesters taking place in Berlin and the last 2 in Bucharest. It provides students with a unique design of the curriculum, combining lectures and presentations with case studies and in-depth analysis of contemporary global events. Students benefit from the expertise of leading scholars and professionals, and courses are adequately complemented by a wide range of events (visits, trainings, conferences) destined to broaden their perspective and refine their understanding of cultural diplomacy.
During the second semester, students undertake a professional development and training programme at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy. The professional development programme is designed individually with each of the students and is composed of part or all of the following main components: research, development of Cultural Diplomacy Initiative and participating in and contributing to ICD’s projects, activities and conferences.
By joining this MA, students gain expertise in cultural diplomacy, globalization and international relations, a deeper understanding of socio-cultural conflicts and conflict resolution, argumentation and critical thinking skills. The multicultural experience in two major European cities and the particular structure of the programme allow students to develop high professional and personal development standards.
6000 EUR/academic year
- Cultural Diplomacy, International Relations, Intercultural Management
- Mass Media, Politics, Journalism, Cultural Studies
- Development and Globalization Studies
The History and Evolution of the Field of Cultural Diplomacy
International Case Studies of Cultural Diplomacy
Future Trends in International Relations and Cultural Diplomacy
Professional Development Programme
Globalization and Anti-globalization: Theories and Realities
Theories of International Relations
Resources and Development in the Global Word
The Classical Culture in Contemporary Intercultural Dialogue
Guidelines in Research of the Topic of Dissertation
Development, Culture and Ethical Responsibility
Nation Branding and Unilateral Cultural Diplomacy
Contemporary German Foreign Policy
Models of Cultural Diplomacy
Religion and Cultural Diplomacy
Soft Power, Hard Power, and Smart Power
Cultural Diplomacy in Conflict Zones
The Private Sector and Cultural Diplomacy
Cultural and Intercultural Communication
Cultural Change and Human Rights
Writing and Argumentation Methods
Global Culture – Local Cultures, Sustainable Development
International Organizations and the Globalization Process
ADMISSION & ADMISSION CRITERIAPROGRAM LENGHTLANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTIONACADEMIC CALENDARMOBILITY
4 semesters (120 ECTS)
Proficiency in English is required for this MA
Students are offered numerous opportunities to participate in the international events organized by the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy. In addition, opportunities are available for students at partner universities of the Faculty of Philosophy.
Application package, statement of purpose, interview.