International Peace, Conflict and Development Studies
The main goal of this master's degree is to create an international, intercultural and interdisciplinary learning community in which the peaceful transformation of conflicts is fostered by recognising, respecting and understanding diverse cultures and ways of life. Sometimes, the students – who come from different countries – have experienced wars and violent conflicts directly, and this makes the discussion richer and facilitates the search for alternatives to face unfair situations in a peaceful manner. The lecturers come from renowned universities, organisations and institutions worldwide, which contributes to providing the programme with an international and intercultural profile.
This master's degree has been running for more than 25 years, and it is supported by the UNESCO Chair of Philosophy for Peace. [Read more]
Mode of study: face-to-face learning.
Language of instruction: English or Spanish.