This program provides an interdisciplinary perspective to international relations, bringing together political science, economics, law, social sciences, and research methods. Students gain a solid theoretical basis while also learning methodology for research and analysis. Students will study a variety of topics, such as policy, economics, international business, public choice theory, international organizations, peace studies, international law, human rights, and more. Students will also complete an internship or semester abroad, as well as a Bachelor’s thesis.
This is a free, full-time, on-campus program with a duration of 3.5 years. Costs of living are estimated to be €630-1000 per month, which includes accommodation, transportation, utilities, books, and food. Students are required to show proof that they have at least €8,640, as required by Germany authorities. To be eligible, applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent, fluency in English language, and other documents as required by program, including a university entrance exam and proof of successfully completed semesters of study at another university.
In addition to pursuing a Master’s degree, students can also choose to pursue a related career upon completion of this degree. Students will be equipped to work in government institutions, international/regional organizations, consulting agencies, political foundations, journalism and media, political parties, non-governmental organizations, education, multinational corporations, development cooperations, science and research institutions.
This undergraduate degree teaches students about both past and current humanitarian crises and promotes conflict resolution through diplomacy. Students will have access to hands-on training and also region-specific work, which will provide them with more specialized tools for working in the field later in their careers. Coursework has been designed to be practical and includes case studies, essays, presentations, briefings, and research projects.