[INCORE Information] Online Course: RESEARCHING PEACE AND CONFLICT IN DIVIDED SOCIETIES

Brandon Hamber b.hamber at ulster.ac.uk
Mon Dec 21 14:10:17 GMT 2009


INCORE Short Course

RESEARCHING PEACE AND CONFLICT IN DIVIDED SOCIETIES

(by distance learning)

Download the brochure for details
http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/courses/shortcourses/

Do you work, or are you interested in working in the field of peace and
conflict?
 
Are you involved in qualitative research or survey work, analyzing data and
writing reports as part of your work?
 
Would you like to learn from leading academics and researchers based in
INCORE (International Conflict Research Institute) which is associated to
the United Nations University?
 
Would you like to study for a qualification at home instead of coming into
the university each week?
 
If the answer is Œyes¹ then taking our short course in Researching Peace and
Conflict in Divided Societies could be one of the best career enhancing
moves that you will ever make.
 
HERE IS WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU:
 
* An introduction to some of the key concepts, ideas and debates in the
field of peace and conflict research
* An introduction to the theoretical understandings of the course, dynamics
and resolution of societal conflict
* An introduction to the key methodological and ethical issues involved in
carrying out research in divided societies
* Credit points from this short course can be used towards our PGC/PGD/MSc
Social Research Skills with Specialisms.
* All your learning and teaching takes place via your computer at home or at
work provided you have internet access
* Classes are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  The course runs for 12
weeks and enrolment is now underway for the next available class beginning
at the end of January 2010
* A module coordinator to help you when you have queries
* A technical help desk (through Campus One, our virtual campus)
 
We have developed this distance learning Œshort course¹ because we
understand that you have to fit your study around your life and not vice
versa.  All of your lectures, class discussions and projects take place
online so you never have to worry about lecture times or travelling to
attend classes.
 
INTERESTED?

Then call this number +44 (0) 2871375244 to talk to Philomena about the
course or email your details to ap.grant at ulster.ac.uk   Alternatively you
can email the short course co-ordinator for more detail on the programme -
Professor Gillian Robinson gm.robinson at ulster.ac.uk and I will get straight
back to you.
 
APPLICATION is ONLINE.

Download the brochure for details or see below
http://www.incore.ulst.ac.uk/courses/shortcourses/
 
FEES:  
Home and EU students £585
Overseas (non EU) £1479
 
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO YOUR LIFE.  DON¹T MISS OUT!

MODULE STARTS LATE JANUARY 2010.
 
Here¹s what some of our students said this year:
 
ŒMy favourite module on this course. Thank you to all the module team.¹
ŒExcellent module¹
ŒThanks for a great course¹
ŒI really did enjoy this module and found it really well put together and
stimulating¹ 
 
HOW TO APPLY FOR SHORT COURSE
 
1. Open University of Ulster Home Page at http://www.ulster.ac.uk/
2. Click on Online Prospectus on the right had side of the page
3. Click on Apply Online on the right hand side
4. Scroll to bottom of page click on First Time User Account Creation or if
you already have a User Id and Pin No ­ these must be entered here
5. This will take you to the screen ŒSelect Application Type¹
6. Selection  - Post Graduate  Distance Learning Programme and press
continue
7. This will take you to ŒApply for Admission¹
8. Select Academic Term 2009/10 and complete the rest of the personal
details and then click on ŒFill out application¹
9. Complete the various Personal Information Sections and when you arrive at
Programme Selection - use the scroll down facility and select Credit Bearing
Modules ­ Distance Learning Social Sciences Part-time
10. In the field Proposed Option ­ please put the module Code here ­ PCS802
11. Complete application form as normal

-- 
Professor Brandon Hamber
Director INCORE 
University of Ulster
Magee Campus
Aberfoyle House
Northland Road
Derry/Londonderry
Northern Ireland
BT48 7JA
Tel: +44 (0)2871 375500   Direct 375460
Mobile: +44 (0)7595087579
Fax: +44 (0)2871 375510
Email (W): b.hamber at ulster.ac.uk
Email (H) : mail at brandonhamber.com
INCORE:   www.incore.ulster.ac.uk
Personal:  www.brandonhamber.com

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