Help end conflict and bring about peace. This undergraduate degree teaches you about conflict issues including diplomacy, humanitarian crises and conflict resolution. Through hands-on training and region-specific work, you’ll have all the tools you need to follow in the footsteps of our graduates who now work for the Department for International Development, the United Nations and a range of other governmental and non-governmental organisations. Three students will also have the opportunity to attend Hiroshima City University's Hiroshima and Peace summer school in Japan. Practical simulations and role-play scenarios develop your conflict resolution skills. International organisations such as Médecins Sans Frontières and the UN aren’t just studied academically, you’ll meet active peace workers and practitioners in peace building both inside and outside the classroom. Course leader Steven Curtis, previously voted Overall Best Teacher in the student-led Teaching Awards, teaches you alongside award-winning staff with experience as international commercial negotiators, company directors and chairs of leading research committees. Combined with a dedicated employability officer, this team ensures you have the support you need to start a peacekeeping career.