Centre for European and International Studies Research (CEISR)
The Centre for European and International Studies Research is involved with the following MA courses:
- European Law And Policy - MA
- European Studies - MA
- International Relations and European Studies - MA
- Criminology and Criminal Justice - MSc
- Criminology and Criminal Psychology - MSc
- History Of War, Culture And Society - MA
- Applied Linguistics and TEFL - MA
- Applied Linguistics and TESOL - MA
- Communication and Language Skills - MA
- Francophone Africa - MA
- Translation Studies - MA
- Translation Studies (distance learning) - MA
International Masters Programme in European Studies (IMPREST)
The University of Portsmouth MA European Studies now offers its MA European Studies a part of a consortium of five universities across Europe in Krakow, Aachen, Maastricht. Students interested in this possibility must apply for IMPREST separately.
The Centre for European and International Studies Research at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Portsmouth invites applications to its MAs in European Studies and European Law and Policy from citizens of European Neighbourhood Policy countries or Russia, who possess a first academic degree in either the social sciences or humanities, and are in command of the English language.
Interested students should contact Humanities Admissions for details of the application procedure, or they may contact the course leader Dr Paul Flenley before applying. The Centre for European and International Studies Research will then recommend to the European Commission successful applicants to our Masters programmes who also fulfil the scholarship criteria. The European Commission will make the ultimate decision on the distribution of scholarships.
Prospective students not receiving a scholarship are free to either withdraw their application for the Masters program of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, or seek alternative sources of funding.