MAPES is calling for applicants for the academic year 2009-2010.
MAPES is a one year (October 2009 ľ August 2010), non-thesis, fee based MA Program in Global Affairs and European Studies The language of instruction is English. The profile of MAPES students is highly international, and includes students from various EU countries as well as Australia, Canada and the United States. MAPES is an interdisciplinary program that combines the strengths of faculty in political science, international relations, economics, modern Turkish studies, history and sociology. Our graduates receive a first-rate training in the area of political and economic, as well as historical and cultural dimensions of Globalization, International Relations and European Union-Turkey Relations.
There will be two application periods for MAPES. Applications will be accepted in the second period only if the quota of the program is not filled by the end of first application period.
Period 1: From March 2, 2009 to April 10, 2009
Period 2: July 15, 2008 to July 31, 2009
The program is designed to provide its graduates with academic and analytical skills they need to develop International Relations and European-related careers in institutions of European Union, other international and European organizations, business, government, NGO sector, and academia.
For more information and application forms please visit our web site at www.mapes.boun.edu.tr.
Master of Arts Program in European Studies
Faculty of Economics and Administrative
Bebek 34342 İstanbul
Phone: +90 212 359 7344 Email: email@example.com Visit the website at http://www.mapes.boun.edu.tr/
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