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UK & EU fee
£9,000 (2016/17)
Overseas fee
£16,130 (2016/17)

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Dissertations 2010

  • Emancipation through Socialism? Women’s Lives in the German Democratic Republic and Experiences of Single Motherhood
  • To what extent, if any, should the state fund higher education?
  • Nationalism in the Italian north: what is the meaning behind Padania and its role in Italian politics?
  • Comparison of post-9/11 law-making in the UK and Germany with a possible focus on immigration law
  • Sanitising Subjects: Cholera and the Italianisation of Naples
  • Euroscepticism in Austria: a new “awkward partner”?
  • Rebranding 21 st-century Venezuela: A study of Hugo Chávez’s construction of the Bolivarian Identity and its consequences on Venezuelan Foreign Policy
  • Exploring the relationship between language, thought and reality: a critical study of conceptual relativism
  • Paradoxically coherent: A conceptual analysis of socio-economic Sarkozysm before and after the fall of Lehman Brothers
  • The Security Issue in the Immigration Debate in Italy: Do the Left and the Right Differ in Their Approaches?
  • Nietzsche and the creation of a new European man
  • Problems with the Application of Law 194/1978 in Italy. Catholicism and Regions
  • Why do French women politicians find it harder to be respected by the French public than French women artists and intellectuals? A study of the visual versus the verbal
  • Which model for a European Contract Law? The analysis of the four options suggested by the Commission in its Communication on European Contract Law COM(2001) 398 final
  • Michel Foucault on the Subject of Ethics
  • How did the right-wing ideas held by General Franco contribute to the development of the Spanish legal system
  • Justice Distribution and Liberty: Key Themes in International and Distributive Justice
  • Development of the doctrine of the margin of appreciation in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Critical assessment of the Swedish political model in the globalised era. To what extent has the traditional Swedish welfare state been challenged by the developments of globalisation?
  • Aspects of the history of feminism in Germany
  • To what extent and in what ways do war films inform Russian foreign policy in the post-Yeltsin era?
  • Immigration Into Austria and Its Effect on FPÖ’s Electoral Performance (1990-1995)
  • The Ethics of Simone de Beauvoir: Oppression, Transcendence and the Importance of Education
  • The Potential for Intergration a L'Européenne in Latin America
  • Counter-terrorism measures and the protection of privacy in the jurisprudence of the German Bundesverfassungsgericht
  • The Cult of Padre Pio
  • Going it Alone: Civil Society in Contemporary Russia
  • Remembering and forgetting Italian fascism through architecture
  • What is the ‘Italian anomaly’? Is this appellation justified? And if yes, what are its implications for the state of democracy in Italy?
  • To what extent are the right to seek asylum and the principle of non-refoulement respected in EU-Libyan and Italian-Libyan co-operation on migration?
  • The example of Mongolia in the context of Russia’s demand for regional influence
  • Is Carbon Capture and Storage (CSS) the solution to the double objective of energy and climate security in the European Union?