by Rich Rubenstein on May 30, 2013 · 0 comments

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There’s still time (barely) to apply to the dual degree masters program in Conflict Resolution and Mediterranean Security at the University of Malta.
In only 13 months (Sept. 2013-Oct. 2014), you could earn two degrees in conflict resolution – one from George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analsis and Resolution, the other from the University of Malta’s Mediterranean Academy for Diplomatic Studies.
All courses are offered at the University of Malta’s historic Valletta campus in one of Europe’s most beautiful and interesting (and least expensive!) countries. The curriculum and teaching are generally considered to be among the world’s finest. Graduates testify that they found their experience challenging, useful, enjoyable, and memorable. Classes are kept relatively small in order to permit close student-student and student-professor relationships. And the total cost of the program is well below that of most single-degree master’s programs in the United States.
More information about the dual degree program, student loans, and other matters can be downloaded at
For further info, contact Prof. Rich Rubenstein at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution,, or telephone 703-400-7674. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until further notice.

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