International Relations and European Politics

Program info

Departments:
Department of International Relations and European Politics
Program type: bachelors
Study mode:  full-time
Title : Bachelor
Tuition fee: 1,100 EUR / semester
Standard length of studies : 3 years (6 semesters)
Language of instruction:  English

Learning Outcomes

  • analyse key dimensions of international relations and European politics
  • interpret current issues in European and world politics with theoretical backing
  • critically use modern theories of international relations and European politics in expert analysis
  • independently specify and solve complex problems of IR and European politics using appropriate theoretical, conceptual and methodological apparatus
  • work in teams and participate in projects

Degree Overview

The bachelor degree program in the field of International Relations and European Politics aims to develop an understanding of international relations and European politics. Special emphasis is laid on the ability to analyse, assess, interpret, and understand theoretical aspects of examined issues with systematic critical reflection in expert activities. Focus is directed particularly toward modern issues, theories of conflict and cooperation, theories of European integration, and international political economy.

A progressive curriculum in soft and practical skills and research methods in social science prepares students for high-quality expert analytical work in practice and academia. Structured emphasis on the development of students’ analytical skills throughout the program prepares students for success on the global labor market or graduate study among the global academic competition.

 

Program website

"One course that I get excited when doing anything related to it is a course I am now in called 'Global Politics: Current Issues'. In this course, we learn about different global issues occurring or that have occurred within our era. Although I enjoy learning about historical events from hundreds of years ago, I also earnestly enjoy learning about current issues and events in the international system, and that is why I love this course so much."

- Janice, 3rd year

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