University of Kent, Brussels Schools of International Studies

Introduction

BSIS (Brussels School of International Studies) is a multidisciplinary postgraduate School of the University of Kent bringing together the disciplines of politics, international relations, law and economics to provide in-depth analysis of international problems such as conflict, security, development, migration and the political economy and legal basis of a changing world order.

Around 200 students are pursuing Masters and Doctoral degrees in Brussels. Degrees are full degrees of the University of Kent, and are also accredited by the higher education accrediting body for the Flemish Community in Belgium (NVAO) and recognised by the Flemish Government.

The students are drawn from over fifty countries worldwide. The strong international composition of our student body contributes significantly both to the academic as well as to the social experience at BSIS. The value-added of a location in Brussels is the opportunity to expose students of international issues to the working of major international organisations such as the EU and NATO and the many international and non-governmental organisations based in Brussels. Students have the added opportunity of undertaking an internship with one of these organisations.

" The philosophy at BSIS is that the School is among the best in the world; and a School is always only ever as good as its students.

These high expectations are supported by academic staff that is always engaging, dynamic, and interesting, and who push students to achieve their maximum potential; yet this is within a friendly atmosphere of trust, support, and encouragement. "

Stephan Nielsen, United Kingdom,

MA in International Relations

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MA - Two Capitals Programme

Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey Ankara China Beijing Colombia Bogotá Brazil Brasília Russia Moscow Japan Tokyo Belgium Brussels South Korea Seoul USA District of Columbia + 15 more

The University of Kent's Two Capitals Programme gives students a unique opportunity to learn about international affairs in a global context. [+]

MA - Two Capitals Programme The University of Kent's Two Capitals Programme gives students a unique opportunity to learn about international affairs in a global context. Students spend one year at the Brussels School of International Studies before moving to another global capital to broaden their understanding of international studies. The programme allows students to specialise in one of the following disciplines; international relations, conflict and security, international political economy, public policy or international development, as well as experience different approaches to international studies on different continents and in different global capitals. Students on the exchange programme gain an insight into the nature of change as an endemic feature of politics on a national, regional and global scale; an understanding of the causes of change; and ways in which to manage that change. They also gain a firm understanding of the complex relationship between the concerns of domestic and international politics, and global and geopolitical issues. Applicants, who should initially apply for one of the programmes listed below, will be expected to have completed the taught courses of their chosen programme and have achieved an average of a Merit before applying for one of the exchanges as part of the Two Capitals Programme. A decision on whether a student may undertake an exchange will be made in May for those students who started their masters in the previous September and in February for those students who started in January. MA in International Relations MA in International Conflict and Security MA in European Public Policy MA in International Development MA in International Political Economy Washington DC The Two Capitals Programme in Washington DC is based on exchange agreements with Virginia Tech and George Mason University. Students wishing to undertake their exchange at Virginia Tech (VT) will be enrolled on the Government and International Affairs programme of the School of Public and International Affairs on VT's National Capital Region Campus in Alexandria and will study towards a Masters in Public International Affairs (MPIA). Students wishing to study at George Mason University will be enrolled on Master of Public Policy programme at the School of Public Policy in Arlington, VA. Beijing The Two Capitals Programme in Beijing is based upon an exchange agreement with the Chinese Foreign Affairs University (CFAU) which is the only institution of higher learning which operates under the guidance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China. The University trains high calibre Chinese diplomats in the fields of Foreign Service, international studies, and international business and law and offers an unparalleled experience for foreign students. Under the current exchange students attend CFAU’s First Term (Sep to Jan) and have the opportunity to learn the Chinese language alongside political science courses in English: China’s Economy & Its Economic Relations with Foreign Countries International Relations: Theory and Practice History of Sino-American relations Approaches and Methodologies in the Social Sciences Introduction to International Relations Diplomacy of Contemporary China Contemporary Diplomacy of China in World Politics Foreign Policy Analysis The University covers the cost of tuition and provides insurance cover, however, students are expected to pay for flights, accommodation and living expenses. Accommodation costs at CFAU are about €180 per month per person; two person room with en-suite facilities. Other Capitals Work is currently underway to develop exchange agreements in Bogota, Brasilia, Moscow, Tokyo, Seoul and Ankara. [-]

MA EU External Relations

Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  September 2017 Belgium Brussels + 1 more

Brussels is the centre of European decision making. It is estimated that 60% of national legislation of EU member states originates, in some form, in Brussels. Anyone wanting to enter a career in civil service, either at the EU level or in a national government in Europe, must gain a strategic understanding of the scope, content, decision-cycle and implementation of policy in Europe. [+]

MA European Public Policy In a quickly changing world, the European Union is a key actor. As the largest economy it is the first trading partner for many countries around the world. But by developing its own foreign and defence policy, it equally seeks to become a crucial diplomatic player. This MA programme responds to an increasing need to study the EU’s external relations at an advanced level. The EU is studied in its different dimensions, such as foreign policy, security and external relations law, but also from an outsider’s perspective in a context of global change and regional instability. The programme draws heavily on the presence of the EU and other institutions in the proximity of the Brussels School of International Studies and builds on the tradition of inviting high-level diplomats to share their views with students. Key modules are taught by leading experts in the field from both the Brussels and Canterbury campuses of the University of Kent. By taking an interdisciplinary and critical look at the EU’s international role, this MA programme prepares students well for careers in diplomacy, research and employment in diverse organisations that deal with the external dimension of the EU. Key facts Duration Standard programme: One year full-time or two years part-time. Extended programme: 18 months full-time or three years part-time Start: September or January. Aims The aims of the MA in EU External Relations are to: Provide students with a research-active teaching environment which ensures a good grounding in the study of Social Science in general, in Public Policy and its formulation, and in European Public Policy in particular. Offer a critical perspective of the interplay between International Relations, European Politics, and European integration, as they relate to the inputs, processes, systems and policy outcomes at the European level. Ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of methodologies for the study of Social Science in general, and in the application of those understandings to the study of European Public Policy in particular. Ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of major theoretical approaches to policy making and policy analysis, the historical development of the contemporary European policy landscape, and the application of theoretical and historical knowledge to the analysis and understanding of contemporary issues and cases in the field. Ensure that students acquire the necessary skills for advanced assessment of contemporary problems in European politics, society, and economy, and their solutions. Produce the policy-relevant knowledge, as well as analytical and research skills, which are valued in employment contexts linked to EU- and national policy-making. Develop students' general research skills and personal skills (transferable skills), in particular through a substantial dissertation. Structure The MA in EU External Relations is offered in both the Standard (90 ECTS) and the Extended (120 ECTS) Programme format. The Extended Programme allows students to broaden their knowledge and experience within the programme by taking more options whilst at the same time affording them a greater opportunity for internships. Students can also benefit by taking parts of the programme in Canterbury as well as in Brussels. To be awarded a standard MA in EU External Relations, students must take 6 taught modules, the methodology module 'Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research' and then submit a dissertation on a topic in EU External Relations. For the extended programme students must take an additional 3 taught modules. Modules The programme is divided into a number of blocks called modules. Each module carries 20 credits (10 ECTS). The dissertation carries 60 credits (30 ECTS). Candidates who complete 6 taught modules and the dissertation are eligible for the standard MA in European Public Policy (90 ECTS) whilst those who complete an additional three modules are eligible for the extended MA in European Public Policy (120 ECTS). [-]

MA International Conflict and Security

Campus Full time Part time 1 - 3  September 2017 Belgium Brussels + 1 more

Understanding the dynamic and complex factors of modern conflict and fashioning effective and legitimate responses to the main contemporary security issues is a major challenge for the international community. [+]

MA International Conflict and Security Understanding the dynamic and complex factors of modern conflict and fashioning effective and legitimate responses to the main contemporary security issues is a major challenge for the international community. The MA in International Conflict and Security at the Brussels School of International Studies is carefully designed to provide the necessary knowledge, as well as analytical and practical skills to meet this challenge. The MA programme is structured to introduce students to the key concepts and theories necessary to understand contemporary international conflicts and security issues. Key facts Duration: Standard programme: One year full-time or two years part-time Extended programme: 18 months full-time or three years part-time Start: September or January. Aims The aims of the MA in International Conflict and Security are to: Provide a programme that will attract and meet the needs of both those seeking to prepare for careers in fields concerned with international conflicts and those with a general intellectual interest in contemporary security issues. Provide students with a research-active teaching environment which gives them a good grounding in the study of international conflict and war, cooperation, security and peace. Examine how state, non-state and supra-national actors behave and interact in conflict situations. Ensure that students acquire a solid knowledge of theories of the causes and dynamics of different kinds of contemporary conflict and security threats and the means to manage them. Ensure that students who specialise in regional conflicts acquire an advanced understanding of the historical, cultural, social and institutional context of the area to be studied. Prepare students for various careers in jobs related to international conflict analysis and security issues as well as for career changes in the spirit of lifelong learning. Develop students' general research skills and personal skills (transferable skills), in particular through a substantial dissertation. Structure The MA in International Conflict and Security is offered in both the Standard (90 ECTS) and the Extended (120 ECTS) Programme format. The Extended Programme allows students to broaden their knowledge and experience within the programme by taking more options whilst at the same time affording them a greater opportunity for internships. Students can also benefit by taking parts of the programme in Canterbury as well as in Brussels. To be awarded a standard MA in International Conflict and Security, students must take 6 taught modules, the methodology module 'Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research' and then submit a dissertation on a topic in International Conflict and Security. For the extended programme students must take an additional 3 taught modules. Modules The programme is divided into a number of blocks called modules. Each module carries 20 credits (10 ECTS). The dissertation carries 60 credits (30 ECTS). Candidates who complete 6 taught modules and the dissertation are eligible for the standard MA in International Conflict and Security (90 ECTS) whilst those who complete an additional three modules are eligible for the extended MA in International Conflict and Security (120 ECTS). [-]

MA International Development

Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  September 2017 Belgium Brussels + 1 more

The MA in International Development seeks to contribute to a critical understanding of contemporary issues in development and provides practical tools for a future engagement. [+]

MA International Development The MA in International Development seeks to contribute to a critical understanding of contemporary issues in development and provides practical tools for a future engagement. It considers theoretical, practical and ethical issues by interrogating development discourses, objectives and effects, and by seeking to understand forms of inclusion/exclusion and intervention in societies. Some issues covered are public-private partnerships, social entrepreneurship, trade and privatization, informal economies and finance, and technological initiatives. The MA in International Development is offered jointly by the School of Politics and International Relations, the Kent Law School and the School of Economics to provide students with an inter-disciplinary approach to development and to allow them to specialize in their field of interest, such as development economics, development and migration, development and conflict, or human rights. Students can choose between an economic stream and a politico-legal stream, complemented by a wealth of elective modules from various departments. BSIS attracts an exceptionally diverse and active student body that shares an enthusiasm for engagement in global affairs. Our students come from Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas; many have spent extended periods abroad and/or worked for development institutions, a few have just finished their undergraduate studies. An important forum is the International Development Group, which meets regularly to discuss personal experiences, debate issues in development, invite guest speakers, attend conferences and workshops, and also to organize conferences. After their studies at BSIS, our students engage in careers in international affairs, including international organizations, non-governmental organizations and international business across the globe, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe. The development studies program is suitable for students seeking to understand the field of international development as well as for practitioners who have already substantive experience. It provides conceptual tools and practical skills for a variety of careers in international affairs. Key facts Duration: Standard programme: One year full-time or two years part-time Extended programme: 18 months full-time or three years part-time Start: September or January. Aims The aims of the MA in International Development are to: Provide a postgraduate qualification of value to those intending to pursue a career in the field if international development, and detailed knowledge and a high level of understanding of a range of specialised subject areas. Provide a sound knowledge and systematic understanding of the institutional structures and policy fields of international development; Provide a degree of specialisation in areas of international development of individual interest from amongst the range of options that are available and which require students to engage with academic work which is at the frontiers of scholarship. Encourage students to develop a critical awareness of the discourses and practices associated with the field of international development, particularly in contexts which are perceived to be controversial or in a state of evolution. Provide students with a research-active learning environment which gives them a good grounding in the study of the contending approaches and issues in international development, and allows them to place the subject in its proper context within the broader field of international studies. Encourage students to develop critical, analytical, communicative and problem-solving skills which can be applied to a wide range of contexts (transferable skills). Develop skills in the written presentation of arguments in a manner which meets relevant academic conventions. Contribute to widening participation in higher education by taking account of past experience of applicants in determining admissions whilst ensuring that all students that are admitted possess the potential to complete the programme successfully. Develop students' general research skills and personal skills (transferable skills), in particular through a substantial dissertation. Structure The MA in International Development is offered in both the Standard (90 ECTS) and the Extended (120 ECTS) Programme format. The Extended Programme allows students to broaden their knowledge and experience within the programme by taking more options whilst at the same time affording them a greater opportunity for internships. Students can also benefit by taking parts of the programme in Canterbury as well as in Brussels. To be awarded a standard MA in International Development, students must take 6 taught modules, the methodology module 'Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research' and then submit a dissertation on a topic in International Development. For the extended programme students must take an additional 3 taught modules. Modules The programme is divided into a number of blocks called modules. Each module carries 20 credits (10 ECTS). The dissertation carries 60 credits (30 ECTS). Candidates who complete 6 taught modules and the dissertation are eligible for the standard MA in International Development (90 ECTS) whilst those who complete an additional three modules are eligible for the extended MA in International Development (120 ECTS). The programme is designed to be truly interdisciplinary and at the same time to allow for appropriate specialisation. To that end, students are free to pursue either an ‘Economics stream’ or a ‘Politics stream'. [-]

MA International Migration

Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  September 2017 Belgium Brussels + 1 more

The MA in International Migration programme allows students to study migration – including human trafficking, asylum and forced migration as well as integration and citizenship. [+]

MA International Migration The MA in International Migration programme allows students to study migration – including human trafficking, asylum and forced migration as well as integration and citizenship – in the context of other fields or to focus on different aspects of migration. International Migration allows students to gain an in-depth understanding of the broader field of migration while enabling them either to specialise in migration or to examine the links between migration and fields ranging from development economics and conflict analysis to human rights law or international migration law. Key facts Duration: Standard programme: One year full-time or two years part-time Extended programme: 18 months full-time or three years part-time Start: September or January. Aims The aims of the MA in International Conflict and Security are to: Provide students with a research-active teaching environment which gives them a good grounding in the study of social science in general and migration in particular. Offer a critical perspective of the interplay between migration and political, economic and social systems and processes. Ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of methodologies for the study of social science in general, and in the application of those understandings to the study of migration in particular. Ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of major theoretical approaches to migration, the historical development of contemporary migration, and the application of theoretical and historical knowledge to the analysis and understanding of contemporary issues and cases in the field. Ensure that students acquire the necessary skills for advanced assessment of contemporary problems in migration and their solutions. Develop students' general research skills and personal skills (transferable skills), in particular through a substantial dissertation. Structure The MA in International Migration is offered in both the Standard (90 ECTS) and the Extended (120 ECTS) Programme format. The Extended Programme allows students to broaden their knowledge and experience within the programme by taking more options whilst at the same time affording them a greater opportunity for internships. Students can also benefit by taking parts of the programme in Canterbury as well as in Brussels. To be awarded a standard MA in International Migration, students must take 6 taught modules, the methodology module 'Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research' and then submit a dissertation on a topic in International Migration. For the extended programme students must take an additional 3 taught modules. Modules The programme is divided into a number of blocks called modules. Each module carries 20 credits (10 ECTS). The dissertation carries 60 credits (30 ECTS). Candidates who complete 6 taught modules and the dissertation are eligible for the standard MA in International Migration (90 ECTS) whilst those who complete an additional three modules are eligible for the extended MA in International Migration (120 ECTS). [-]

MA International Political Economy

Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  September 2017 Belgium Brussels + 1 more

This programme is designed to equip students to address the global geopolitical and social transformation fostered by intensified trans-national economic integration in the early 21st century. [+]

MA International Political Economy The global economic and political order is in turmoil. This master's programme is designed to equip students to address the global geopolitical and social transformation fostered by intensified trans-national economic integration in the early 21st century. Key facts Duration: Standard programme: One year full-time or two years part-time Extended programme: 18 months full-time or three years part-time Start: September or January. Aims The aims of the MA in International Political Economy are to: Provide students with a research-active teaching environment which gives them a good grounding in the study of Social Science in general and International Political Economy in particular. Offer a critical perspective of the interplay between structures and actors in the global economy, political systems and processes, individuals and the institutions of civil society. Ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of methodologies for the study of Social Science in general, and in the application of those understandings to the study of International Political Economy in particular. Ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of major theoretical approaches to International Political Economy, the historical development of the contemporary global economy, and the application of theoretical and historical knowledge to the analysis and understanding of contemporary issues and cases in the field. Ensure that students acquire the necessary skills for advanced assessment of contemporary problems in IPE and their solutions. Develop students' general research skills and personal skills (transferable skills), in particular through a substantial dissertation. Structure The MA in International Political Economy is offered in both the Standard (90 ECTS) and the Extended (120 ECTS) Programme format. The Extended Programme allows students to broaden their knowledge and experience within the programme by taking more options whilst at the same time affording them a greater opportunity for internships. Students can also benefit by taking parts of the programme in Canterbury as well as in Brussels. To be awarded a standard MA in International Political Economy, students must take 6 taught modules, the methodology module 'Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research' and then submit a dissertation on a topic in International Political Economy. For the extended programme students must take an additional 3 taught modules. Modules The programme is divided into a number of blocks called modules. Each module carries 20 credits (10 ECTS). The dissertation carries 60 credits (30 ECTS). Candidates who complete 6 taught modules and the dissertation are eligible for the standard MA in International Political Economy (90 ECTS) whilst those who complete an additional three modules are eligible for the extended MA in International Political Economy (120 ECTS). [-]

MA International Relations

Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2  September 2017 Belgium Brussels + 1 more

Day after day we experience what it means to live in an internationalising world. Grasping its essence, however, is all but evident. [+]

MA International Relations Day after day we experience what it means to live in an internationalising world. Grasping its essence, however, is all but evident. The MA in International Relations tries to grasp the complexity of international processes and to offer the necessary tools to understand its different dimensions (political, legal, economic) and the role of various actors (states, international organisations, business, etc.). The programme is built on the interaction of theory (how we approach the world), method (how we explore the world) and substance (what we know about the world). Students can choose five out of seven courses from a wide variety of electives. This allows them to assemble their personal programme, tailored to their interests and background. The programme builds on the long tradition of the University of Kent as a leading university in the field of international relations. By offering an MA in International Relations in Brussels, we place this expertise in the unique context of a European and international capital, host to the EU and NATO. More than a context, this aspect of Brussels as hotspot of international policy-making is actively integrated into the programme and reflected in the high number of high-profile diplomats and policy-makers lecturing at BSIS. Key facts Duration: Standard programme: One year full-time or two years part-time Extended programme: 18 months full-time or three years part-time Start: September or January. Aims The aims of the MA in International Relations are to: Provide students with a research-active teaching environment which gives them a good grounding in the study of international relations, including its political, social, and economic aspects Examine how state, non-state and supra-national actors behave and interact through a dynamic appreciation of different levels of analysis Ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of the methodologies for the study of international processes Ensure that students acquire a solid knowledge of theories of international relations, the heritage and development of the discipline, its major debates, its inherent nature as an interdisciplinary study, and a critical appreciation of the essentially contested nature of politics in general and international relations in particular Ensure that students acquire an advanced understanding of the relationship between theoretical, methodological, and empirical content of the issue-areas studied Develop students' general research skills and personal skills (transferable skills), in particular through a substantial dissertation Structure The MA in International Relations is offered in both the Standard (90 ECTS) and the Extended (120 ECTS) Programme format. The Extended Programme allows students to broaden their knowledge and experience within the programme by taking more options whilst at the same time affording them a greater opportunity for internships. Students can also benefit by taking parts of the programme in Canterbury as well as in Brussels. To be awarded a standard MA in International Relations, students must take 6 taught modules, the methodology module 'Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research' and then submit a dissertation on a topic in International Relations. For the extended programme students must take an additional 3 taught modules. Modules The programme is divided into a number of blocks called modules. Each module carries 20 credits (10 ECTS). The dissertation carries 60 credits (30 ECTS). Candidates who complete 6 taught modules and the dissertation are eligible for the standard MA in International Relations (90 ECTS) whilst those who complete an additional three modules are eligible for the extended MA in International Relations (120 ECTS). Outcomes The programme provides opportunities for you to develop knowledge and understanding that is specific to International Relations, as well as to develop intellectual skills and transferable skills that are normally associated with those who have completed successfully an advanced programme of study. These intellectual and transferable skills open a wide range of windows to future careers. [-]

MA Political Strategy and Communication

Campus Full time Part time 1 - 3  September 2017 Belgium Brussels + 1 more

Politics is not merely about power. Sophisticated politics involves communication, strategy and manipulation of the political agenda. [+]

MA Political Strategy and Communication Politics is not merely about power. Sophisticated politics involves communication, strategy and manipulation of the political agenda. Whether it be a political leader motivating people to follow, a government seeking allies for a policy in the international arena, a campaigner mobilizing supporters, or a high-priced corporate lobbyist explaining a client’s policy to legislators, all political ideas ultimately depend on them being communicated to an intended audience, with precision, efficiency and above all credibility. What are the appropriate forms of communication for a politician? What forms of ‘spin’ can work, and which do journalists see through? What are effective ways of framing a client’s perspective for government officials, and what are the entry points in the decision-making cycle that makes their communication strategy most effective? Brussels has emerged as the largest centre for international media, measured in the number of foreign correspondents, which has now exceeded the number in Washington DC. Brussels is also home to thousands of political lobbyists, engaged either as public relations specialists, political strategists, or corporate communications advisors. A recent study of graduates from BSIS who stay in Brussels shows that political communication is among their primary career destination. An MA in Political Strategy and Communication engages students in the practical issues of political delivery. The areas of political communication, political leadership, strategy, crisis management, political branding, and public relations are all the leading vocational aspects of a developed academic understanding of politics and international relations, and it is an area of growing importance that distinguishes BSIS graduates as policy-relevant, engaged thinkers in the political arena. Key facts Duration: Standard programme: One year full-time or two years part-time Extended programme: 18 months full-time or three years part-time Start: September or January. Aims The aims of the MA in Political Strategy and Communication are to: provide students with a research-active teaching environment which provides a good grounding in the study of Social Science in general, in political strategy, and in the communication of political positions in particular; offer a critical perspective of the interplay between International Relations and European Politics as they relate to the process of creating a strategy for dealing with political issues, and communicating effectively the issues and positions on the basis of that strategy, in order to influence outcomes at the European and national levels; ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of methodologies for the study of Social Science in general, and in the application of those understandings to the study of political strategy in particular; ensure that students acquire a solid understanding of major theoretical approaches to policy making and policy analysis, the historical development of the contemporary European policy landscape, and the application of theoretical and historical knowledge to the analysis and understanding of contemporary issues and cases in the field, with particular emphasis on the manner in which policies, positions, perspectives, and attitudes are communicated; ensure that students acquire the necessary skills for advanced assessment of contemporary problems in European politics, society, and economy, and their solutions; develop students’ general research skills and personal skills (transferable skills). Structure The MA in Political Strategy and Communication is offered in both the Standard (90 ECTS) and the Extended (120 ECTS) Programme format. The Extended Programme allows students to broaden their knowledge and experience within the programme by taking more options whilst at the same time affording them a greater opportunity for internships. Students can also benefit by taking parts of the programme in Canterbury as well as in Brussels. To be awarded a standard MA in Political Strategy and Communication, students must take 6 taught modules, the methodology module 'Fundamentals, Dissertation and Research' and then submit a dissertation on a topic in Political Strategy and Communication. For the extended programme students must take an additional 3 taught modules. Modules The programme is divided into a number of blocks called modules. Each module carries 20 credits (10 ECTS). The dissertation carries 60 credits (30 ECTS). Candidates who complete 6 taught modules and the dissertation are eligible for the MA in Political Strategy and Communication (90 ECTS). Students who complete an additional three modules are eligible for the MA in Political Strategy and Communication (120 ECTS). [-]

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Brussels School of International Studies

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Website http://www.kent.ac.uk/brussels/
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