MSc International Security and Risk Management – Online

Overview

The online MSc in International Security and Risk Management is delivered in partnership with the University of West London. The programme explores critical issues in security management, and combines theoretical knowledge with professional best practice.

Throughout the course, you will continue to develop a set of soft skills, such as writing reports, developing business cases and research proposals applicable to the professional security and risk management sector. You will cover both theoretical concepts and the application of theory in practical scenarios.

This course equips the modern security professional with the appropriate skills to address a range of complex challenges within contemporary security management at a senior level.

The programme is developed and delivered by PerpetuityARC Training (part of the Linx International Group) and is completed online, enabling you to undertake studies from any location, working at your own pace. During the course, you will be enrolled with both the University of West London – the awarding body  – which also gives you access to the online university e-library.

Students will interact with their cohort through an online virtual learning system, which includes virtual forums and discussion groups. You will have full access to course tutors throughout the programme, as well as scheduled 1-1 tutorials and live webinars.

Study options

The MSc International Security and Risk Management online programme can be studied either full time (12 months) or part-time (24 months).

Intakes for this Masters degree are twice a year: February and September. For the academic year 2020/2021 the first cohort will commence in February.

Course fee?

£7,200 for full-time study

£3,600 per year for part-time study

How to Apply

All students wishing to apply to undertake the MSc are asked to send us an initial enquiry using our contact form, or a request call back. We will then contact you to discuss your application.

Applications should be made in advance of these dates. Our academic team are always happy to discuss your application and answer any questions you may have.

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