A two year online masters, taught entirely via distance learning on a part time basis
The MSc in International Humanitarian Affairs is unique as an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary postgraduate programme that examines the changing nature of humanitarianism that is offered exclusively online.
The MIHA is delivered in three main stages over two years: Post-graduate Certificate (Year 1), Diploma (Year 2), and MSc (Year 2 with the completion of the dissertation).
The Masters in International Humanitarian Affairs (MIHA) has two core academic staff members within the Department of Health Sciences at the University of York. More broadly, the Department of Health Sciences' teaching and research teams also contribute to the teaching and learning of the MIHA. The MIHA Associates and collaborative organisations are contributing to enhance the networking and learning experiences of the MIHA students.
As a MIHA student you will be able to access the in-depth knowledge base at the Department of Health Sciences through its unique learning and teaching experience whilst gaining a globally recognised postgraduate qualification.
The Masters course in International Humanitarian Affairs attracts a wide variety of students from different backgrounds. As the Masters is divided over two years part time study, many of our students are professionals already working in the field, looking to broaden their knowledge and theory base to further the work that they are doing.
This programme offers an opportunity for field practitioners to engage with the philosophical and theoretical emergence of the concepts of humanitarianism and explore the fast-changing, contemporary debates over the theory, policy and practice of humanitarian affairs. It also offers an opportunity for students to network with like-minded experts, academics and policy makers from around the world that are responding to disasters, conflicts and complex political emergencies.
To start the course in September 2016, the deadline for completed applications is Friday 2nd September 2016. All applicants with a good first degree (2:1 or above) or relevant professional experience are welcome to apply. Follow the link above for further information on entry requirements and fees.