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Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation

The MPhil in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, is a creative and innovative course designed to suit the needs both of specialists already working in the field, and those new to these areas of study.

M.Phil. One Year Full Time - Two Years Part-time.
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International Peace Studies

International Peace Studies students are immersed in an interdisciplinary cutting-edge course of study that examines the causes and consequences of war and armed conflict, with a view to understanding how to achieve sustainable peace.

M.Phil. One Year Full Time - Two Years Part-time.
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Intercultural Theology and Interreligious Studies

This course integrates a variety of disciplines in order to explore some of the complex relationships within and between religious communities and their traditions, as well as to attend closely to the connections and tensions experienced as the religions encounter alternative social, political and cultural resources of meaning and identity.

M.Phil. One Year Full Time - Two Years Part-time.
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Conflict and Dispute Resolution Studies

The Postgraduate Diploma in Conflict & Dispute Resolution Studies is designed to train students in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Taught by staff and guest lecturers from a variety of academic and working backgrounds, the programme combines the research of academics with the experiences of practitioners.

M.Phil. One Year Full Time - Two Years Part-time.
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Structured Ph.D. Programme

Research supervision is available across disciplinary fields which include the ethics and theology of conflict and peace; reconciliation; human rights and ethics in international affairs; interreligious dialogue and intercultural theology; ecumenical theology; gender issues; development and globalisation; the interplay of politics and religion etc.

Four Years Full Time, Six Years Part-Time (PhD).
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