Academic Programs

M.Phil International Relations

The candidate must fulfill the minimum criteria of HEC for admission in MPhil program. A minimum CGPA 2.50 (out of 4.0 in the Semester System) or Second Division (in the Annual System) obtained after at least sixteen years of education (Master’s or four-year BS degree) in Social Sciences and Humanities preferably (Political Science, International Relations, Strategic Studies, History, Philosophy, Mass Communications, Islamic Studies, Economics, Public Policy, Public Administration, Law).

Course work of 24 credit hours and Thesis of 6 credit hours required to be completed preferably in two years. A prospective candidate is required to write and publish a research paper during the course of degree program. If a candidate’s CGPA falls below 2.50/4.00 he/she will be ‘on probation’ for the next semester.

Career Prospects

The M.Phil. International program will prepare its participants for a broad spectrum of careers spanning academic, public, private, and non-profit institutions and organizations. Even though this program is primarily geared towards those who are pursuing research and teaching careers, it is also designed to expand career prospects of practitioners in the fields of policymaking, development, and mass communication (including print and electronic media).

Because of their thorough knowledge, sound theoretical grounding, and rigorous methodological training, graduates of this program will be pioneers in their chosen fields.

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