Master's in Diplomatic and Political Relations

Master's in Diplomatic and Political Relations

USD 3600


A Master's in Diplomatic Relations is an academic program designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and engage in diplomatic relations at both the national and international levels. This program covers a diverse range of topics and concepts related to diplomacy and international politics, aiming to prepare graduates for careers in fields such as diplomacy, international affairs, foreign policy, international organizations, international negotiations, and political analysis.
To apply for a master’s degree, a higher academic qualification is required: bachelor’s or bachelor’s degree
International Certificates and Accreditations:
An internationally accredited certificate from the International College of Economics and Political Science, which is a member of the United Kingdom Register of Learning Providers (UKRLP) with registration number 10065749 and is attested by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the embassy of the student.

Topics of the study

  • section 1: Diplomatic relations and international organizations
    • The concept of international humanitarian law
    • Introduction to public international law
    • Research methods, part one
    • Research methods, part two
    • Definition, objectives and philosophy of private international law
    • Multiple methods and approaches to the problem of conflict of laws
    • Principles governing diplomatic representation and diplomatic functions
    • International human rights law
    • Definition of international organizations and the rules that govern them
  • section 2: Arbitration and means of resolving international and commercial disputes
    • Arbitration procedures
    • Alternative means of resolving disputes
    • Alternative means to the official judiciary for resolving disputes
    • Completing arbitration procedures
    • Disputes that may be arbitrated
    • The United Nations as a model for international organizations
    • Arbitration agreement
    • Principles governing consular representation and consular functions
  • section 3: International legal acts and common international cases and crimes
    • Disputes of the international sale of goods
    • External terrorism
    • International jurisdiction to resolve disputes with a foreign element
    • Implementation of an arbitration award that was annulled abroad
    • International courts
    • Terrorism as an international crime and means of combating it, Part One
    • Terrorism as an international crime and means of combating it, Part Two


  • sections: 3
  • Feature: Yes
  • Duration: 80 Hours
  • Category: Masters degree
  • Quizzes: No
  • Language: Arabic
  • Certificate: Yes

Course Syllabus

Chapter 1

Diplomatic Relations and International Organizations.
Chapter 2

Arbitration and Means of Resolving International and Commercial Disputes
Chapter 3

 International Legal Affairs and Common International Issues and Crimes

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