The MSc in Conflict Management and Humanitarian Action (CMHA) is a two-year master’s degree that offers students the opportunity to engage with a wide range of subjects including: conflict management and resolution, conflict transformation, humanitarianism, negotiation, mediation, state-building and reconstruction theories and practices from both regional and international perspectives. 

In addition to the DI academic staff, students will have the opportunity to engage with a number of distinguished scholars, policy makers and practitioners from the humanitarian world. Further, the course combines theory and practice in its structure, which includes a field trip, in-class lectures and seminars, and a substantive work placement. 

​These components produce an intense learning environment, which will ultimately enable the students to take that step from study to practice.