Details of our flagship, internationally renowned Internship programme with the Scottish Parliament, can be found on the homepage.
The University of Edinburgh offers a range of programmes and courses central to the Institute of Governance research streams and often led by Institute of Governance staff and associates.
Nicola McEwen, co-director of the Institute of Governance, directs the Msc Programme in Multi-level and Regional Politics. This programme - open to applicants from across the social sciences, law and beyond - provides teaching in territorial politics, devolution, multi-level democracy, regionalism and federalism - fields in which our expertise is second to none.
The Msc in Nationalism Studies - led by Jimmy Kennedy, as associate of the IoG - examines nationalist movements, national identities and nationalist conflicts from theoretical and empirical perspectives. It is hosted by Sociology, whose staff play a leading role in nationalism scholarship in the UK, and draws on a range of expertise from across the University.
IoG staff and associates welcome applications from prospective research students to study for a Masters by Research or PhD across our key research streams: nationalism & identity; territorial politics & multi-level government; elections, public opinion and parties; and policy and governance. If you are interested in pursuing a research degree at the University in one of these fields, feel free to contact staff working in these fields. Also, the Graduate school website has information on programmes, scholarships and how to apply.
This page was published on 30 September 2011