U21 Masters Module


U21 Masters Module is collectively envisaged by three universities,

button University of Delhi

button University of Melbourne

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This one week module brings together expertise from the universities of Birmingham, Delhi and Melbourne to deliver an advanced and internationally comparative analysis of the interactions between government and society on major areas of public policy.  It enhances the learning experience, and increase students' transferable skills (e.g. by being able to work effectively in a multi-cultural and interdisciplinary context and in teams composed of different nationalities).

It is a week long module where around 10-15 Graduate students participate from each university.  The module has been hosted by the University of Delhi and is running successfully since 2011. 

The themes of the last modules have been:

 

U21 Masters Intensive Module 2017 (February 6 – 10, 2017) on the theme “ Security and Development in South Asia”

U21 Masters Intensive Module 2016 (February 1 – 5, 2016) on the theme “ Security and Development in South Asia”

 

U21 Masters Intensive Module 2015 (February 2 – 6, 2015) on the theme “ Security and Development in South Asia”

 

U21 Masters Intensive Module 2014 (February 10 – 14, 2014) on the theme “ Security and Development in South Asia”

 

U21 Masters Intensive Module 2013 (February 11 – 15, 2013) on the theme “Traditional and New Security Challenges:  South Asia in Global Perspective”.

 

U21 Masters Intensive Module 2012 (February 13 – 17, 2012) on the theme “Traditional and New Security Challenges:  South Asia in Global Perspective

 

U21 Masters Intensive Module 2011 (January 31 – 4 February 2011) on the theme “Security in a Globalized WorldNew and Emerging Challenges