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M.A. Diplomacy, Law and Business

Start Date

02 August 2021
End Date
31 July 2023
Duration
2 Years

Programme Fee (Yearly)

Rs. 3 Lacs

Important Notice

NOTIFICATION RELATING TO ADMISSIONS 2021-22

In the light of the decision of the Government of India to cancel the XII Board Examination (CBSE) and similar decisions taken by other Boards, O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) will admit students for the academic year 2021-22 on the basis of the performance in the relevant entrance examination. 

All students admitted to undergraduate programmes at JGU should have successfully completed their XII standard and should submit the Transcripts as and when it is provided to them by their respective Boards.

Introduction to M.A. Diplomacy, Law and Business :

The two-year Master of Arts in Diplomacy, Law and Business (M.A. DLB) of Jindal School of International Affairs is a multi-disciplinary programme that combines the essence of International Relations, International Law, and International Business in one seamless programme. The programme strikes a balance between theoretical research, ‘professional’ coursework, and internships. A number of core and elective courses in this M.A. Diplomacy, Law and Business programme’s curriculum have research essay assignments, which are expected to be at the frontier of ongoing scholarly debates and simultaneously accessible to policymakers in India and abroad

Why Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA)?

The increasing interconnectedness of international phenomena due to greater density of cross border contact and exchanges is rendering the practical and academic use of single disciplined and methodologically incomplete studies obsolete. JSIA is a school that combines the essences of International Relations, International Law and International Business. It is a necessity of our globalized times because of the density and thickness of international problems. The Jindal School of International Affairs (JSIA) aims to provides students most up-to-date education and enhance Indian and international capacities of analysing and solving world problems. It intends to strengthen the intellectual basis for planning India’s march to great power status as a responsible member of the international community with its own trademark vision for global governance and stable world order.

Distinctive Features of JSIA

  • Global curriculum and pedagogy.
  • Multidisciplinary courses to train students in various areas of international relations, foreign policy and diplomacy, academic and public policy, international law and organizations, international economics, cultural and social studies, and much more
  • Experiential learning facilitated via field trips, internships and initiatives in 12 research centres; analytical thinking and critical reasoning enhanced through scenario building exercises, research papers and interactive learning sessions.
  • Internationally qualified teaching and research faculty from top universities of the world.
  • Efficient and effective faculty-student interactions, smaller classes, mentor-mentee programme, extra tutorial sessions.
  • Extensive politics, social sciences, international affairs, and policy library with over 63,000 volumes and extensive electronic databases
  • Partnerships with the best educational establishments around the world. International student and faculty exchange programmes and summer schools and the “Globally networked future diplomats development programme”
  • Mandatory training in foreign languages including Spanish, German, French and Mandarin.
  • Regular public lecture series–seminars, symposiums and workshops engaging eminent scholars from around the world
  • Regular faculty board meetings, community building events with students, and communication channels for constant academic, administrative, and behavioral review and reform.

Programme Modalities :

Residential

The residential degree programme is offered as an on-campus full-time, five days a week degree programme.

Non-Residential

Classes for the non-residential degree programme are held on weekends. Students are often working professionals from foreign diplomatic missions, defence, print and electronic news media houses, corporations and non-governmental organisations.

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