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NURTURING GLOBAL LEADERS FOR CHANGE

The M.A programmes offered by SSIS seek to equip students with knowledge and skills to address the 21st century global challenges.

The M.A (International Studies) programme provides students with the lens to critically examine, analyze and understand contemporary issues based on a multi-disciplinary approach. The discipline of International Studies (IS) positions itself at the cross-roads where the dominant cultural, economic, political and social issues exercise and influence on the national, regional and international agenda coverage.

The M.A (African Studies Geoeconomics and Foreign Policy) is a multidisciplinary programme of study that provides a holistic understanding of the African continent and its relation with major countries in the world. The course elaborates on the political, economic and socio-cultural environment of the continent and its impact on global affairs.

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NEWS AND EVENTS

INTROSPECTION-AND-DIALOGUE-AT-ASIA-PLATEAU
INTROSPECTION AND DIALOGUE AT ASIA PLATEAU

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WORKSHOP ON NEGOTIATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION BY DR. SUNDEEP WASLEKAR
WORKSHOP ON NEGOTIATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION BY DR. SUNDEEP WASLEKAR
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SEMINAR ON CHINA-TAIWAN RELATIONS/THE EAST ASIAN SECURITY ARCHITECTURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR TAIWAN BY DR. ARTHURDING AND DR. ROGERLIU
SEMINAR ON CHINA-TAIWAN RELATIONS/THE EAST ASIAN SECURITY ARCHITECTURE
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THE ABROGATION OF ARTICLE 370 DISCUSSION WITH AMB. (RETD.) GAUTAM BAMBAWALE
THE ABROGATION OF ARTICLE 370 DISCUSSION WITH AMB. (RETD.) GAUTAM BAMBAWALE
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SSIS DIALOGUE: DISCOVERING LATIN AMERICA
SSIS DIALOGUE: DISCOVERING LATIN AMERICA

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INDUCTION FOR THE BATCH OF 2018-2020
INDUCTION FOR THE BATCH OF 2018-2020

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Studying at SSIS

The M.A. (International Studies) programme offered by SSIS seeks to equip students with multidisciplinary knowledge and skills pertinent to address the 21st century global challenges. While engaging with topics on peace, conflict, justice, rights, development, global commons, environment, cooperation, governance, diplomacy and so on, the emphasis is on developing critical thinking to come up with tangible alternatives to address the unresolved issues. The specialization offered under the course on Area Studies and corresponding Foreign language fosters scholarship of the region informed by a deeper understanding of an interconnected and interdependent world.

The curriculum includes mandatory internship in the third semester that prepares students for careers with CSOs, NGOs, international organizations, think tanks, civil services, media, academia, consultancies and financial institutions.

The programme through its interdisciplinary flavour will provide students with the knowledge and expertise they need to pursue careers with international organizations, regional organizations, corporate houses, corporate foundations, private organizations, government, NGOs, or media. It also facilitates career progression into research roles in policy think tanks, risk analysis organisations or doctoral programmes. Our faculty members are a good blend of prominent academicians, active researchers and practitioners, attesting to the belief that the best pedagogy comes from a mix of theory and praxis. The diverse background of both the faculty and the postgraduate students makes for a cosmopolitan and enriching environment.

Theory to Praxis

Student Interests and Experiences in the International Relations Domain


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