Master's Degree in International Relations in Barcelona in Spain

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International Relations

A masters is awarded to students who have completed postgraduate level study in a specific field of study or area of professional practice while demonstrating a high level of mastery during the process.

The academic study of the relationships that form between the many nongovernmental organizations, countries, multinational corporations and states around the world is known as international relations. Common topics include terrorism, nuclear proliferation and human rights.

 

Spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a sovereign state and a member state of the European Union. It is located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. Spanish universities regulate access to their own degrees and they fix the academic fees. They can also offer unofficial postgraduate degrees. The capital city Madrid has possibly the largest number of bars per capita of any European city and a very active nightlife.

Being the 2nd largest city in Spain, Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia province. It has over 4 million inhabitants. It is a vibrant city that hosts thousands of tourists annually. It is home to university of Barcelona among others.

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Master in International Law, Foreign Trade & International Relations

Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía (ISDE) Barcelona
Campus Full time March 2017 Spain Barcelona

This Master has been developed for recent graduates in Law, lawyers who want to improve their law knowledge and practice in an increasing global economy scenario and other persons with interest in developing their career in the International Law framework. [+]

Masters in International Relations in Barcelona in Spain. This Master has been developed for recent graduates in Law, lawyers who want to improve their law knowledge and practice in an increasing global economy scenario and other persons with interest in developing their career in the International Law framework. NEXT EDITION: MARCH 2016 The Master in International Law is an international postgraduate Law degree for recent graduates in Law, lawyers who want to improve their law knowledge and practice in an increasing global economy scenario and other people interested in developing their career in the International Law framework. The applicants must be able to attend and dedicate one year to the programme as a full-time student. It is also mandatory for all the students to have an outstanding knowledge of the English language, as English is the official language of the programme and therefore all the lectures are given in English. Thinking globally is the aim of the Master in International Law: globalization and economic crisis is transforming the practice of law becoming more international. Nowadays, even family business are likely to face complex issues involving employment and immigration law, international trade issues and sophisticated tax and health law regulations. Thus, the programme is designed to appeal to both local and foreign students who wish to obtain a specialist qualification in International law, international relations and foreign trade. The knowledge of International law is important to graduates for different reasons: public international law has taken into account the effects of globalization and the necessity of protecting general and common international interests; it is also a reality the importance of the International Community, and in consequence of international relations and foreign trade. The Master in International Law wants to reflect this broader perspective. In order to practice law with enough guarantees, it is necessary for the lawyer to acquire practice knowledge and the correct application of it. This learning mechanism can only be acquired in the Centres which are in actual contact with the main local and international Law Firms. With this simple but at the same time innovative principles, ISDE launches the Master in International Law (International relations and Foreign Trade). Structure The total duration of the programme exceeds 1200 hours. The programme is divided in two phases: The first phase begins in March and ends in June. It takes place at our academic headquarters. The method is based on a combination of study of cases and case study. The study of cases gives students a general approach to the different subjects of the program. At the same time this particular method develops students’ agility for legal reasoning. On the other hand, the case study consists in analyzing, deeply and precisely, those particular aspects which are especially relevant in international legal practice. This combined method aims at providing students with a work method which will allow them to face any kind of legal problem in future. This specific programme in International Law is completed by different common subjects that are essential for a lawyer and paying special attention to the International relations and Foreign Trade. The second phase begins in July and ends in November. Each student completes this phase at the premises of one of the collaborating entities of the Master, under the conditions and rules set by those entities. For this reason, the schedule for the Second Phase is subject to further modifications. Location and calendar The first phase of the Master in International Law Trade & International Relations. takes place in our Academic Headquarters in Barcelona. The students are obliged to attend lectures everyday plus the additional classes that can take place during also the mornings. The students shall take practical cases and exams related to the classes they have each week. Furthermore, the students could visit different departments of the top law firms in Spain and other institutions and companies. These legal offices and institutions are partners to ISDE. The second phase takes place in the law Firms, institutions or companies that have collaborated in teaching the program in the first phase. ISDE collaborates and works closely with institutions in the following countries: Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, UK, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Netherlands, Poland, Canada, USA, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Panama, Peru, Mexico, Costa Rica, etc. The critera used to appoint the institution that will receive the student consists in a detailed case by case analysis of the academic performance of the student, personal profile, and the previous acceptance from the receiving institution of that particular student. Admission process The selection process developed by ISDE aims to ensure the uniformity of the participants’ level in order to allow them all to perform a similar work rate adapted to the program requirements. Once a candidate has expressed his/her wish to apply for a position in one of ISDE’s Masters and therefore has submitted to ISDE a pre-requested set of personal data, a coordinator within ISDE’s Department of Admissions will be assigned to the candidate. This professional will be the in charge of the following-up along the whole admission process providing the candidate of any requested information as well as solving any doubt that may arise. [-]

Master blended learning in International Relationships and Opening of New Markets (in Spanish)

ESERP Business School
Online & Campus Combined Full time June 2017 Spain Madrid

ESERP Business School offers programs that allow even more flexibility than the Master in class. Designed for students with highly variable work schedules or who must travel frequently, distance education presents [+]

ESERP Business School offers programs that allow even more flexibility than the Master in class. Designed for students with highly variable work schedules or who must travel frequently, distance education presents the study and evaluation entirely online and can be accessed at any time and place to the virtual platform, with the option to attend a maximum of 60% of attending classroom, between October and June, at the branch of ESERP of your choice. The educational content of Masters blended learning is adapted to the requirements of the European Higher Education Area, offering 60 credits, thus ensuring a constant effort to improve management skills and optimal development of attitudes such as initiative, teamwork or critical capacity. The Masters of ESERP put special emphasis on skills development, always based on updated knowledge that allow students to practice applying the most innovative techniques and tools strategically. To achieve this we rely on a compound Faculty by specialized professionals in the classroom introducing the real problems of the current business organization, providing the student online tracking. For the integration of students in the business world and in the process of decision-making, applying a dynamic education system and active, used as a teaching tool, among others, the case method and simulation.... [-]


Master in International Relationships and Opening of New Markets, Barcelona (in Spanish)

ESERP Business School
Campus Full time 9 months October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Masters educational content are adapted to the requirements of the European Higher Education Area, offering 60 credits, thus ensuring a constant effort to improve management skills and optimal development [+]

Masters in International Relations in Barcelona in Spain. The Masters educational content are adapted to the requirements of the European Higher Education Area, offering 60 credits, thus ensuring a constant effort to improve management skills and optimal development of attitudes such as initiative, teamwork or critical capacity. The Masters of ESERP put special emphasis on skills development, always based on updated knowledge that allow students to practice applying the most innovative techniques and tools strategically. To achieve this we rely on a compound Faculty by specialized professionals in the classroom introducing the real problems of the current business organization. For the integration of students in the business world and in the process of decision-making, applying a dynamic education system and active, used as a teaching tool, among others, the case method and simulation. Admission requirements Must meet and certify one of the following requirements: University degree Spanish or EU students must submit a photocopy of the official university seal University original source, or a notarized photocopy of the original degree. In the event that your degree is being processed, provisionally may submit an original certificate of completion of studies and academic record your qualifications, both documents signed and sealed by the educational institution. In the event that the title is issued in a language other than Spanish, English, Portuguese or French, must present a certified translation into Spanish duly notarized. EU students will must present a photocopy of the degree to which they have applied previously Apostille (seal is stamped in the consulate or embassy own Spanish) legal stamp or equivalent, in the event that your country does not subscribe to Hague Convention (will inform the University where they studied). 3 years of professional experience In the case of having no university degree required, ESERP can enroll in Masters programs if it is established at least 3 years of professional experience, by submitting a Certificate made ​​by the Company and signed by the relevant Manager (and sealed by Company), stating the period in which work was performed and a brief description of their functions. The student may submit multiple certificates from different companies provided the total compute a minimum of 3 years experience. All certificates must be original. To obtain the degree of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, you must present official University Degree or Certificate that has 5 years of professional experience. [-]

Master blended learning in International Relationships and Opening of New Markets (in English)

ESERP Business School
Online & Campus Combined Full time 1 year June 2017 Spain Madrid

ESERP Business School offers programs that allow even more flexibility than the Master in class. Designed for students with highly variable work schedules or who must travel frequently, distance education presents the study and evaluation entirely online and can be accessed at any time and place to the virtual [+]

ESERP Business School offers programs that allow even more flexibility than the Master in class. Designed for students with highly variable work schedules or who must travel frequently, distance education presents the study and evaluation entirely online and can be accessed at any time and place to the virtual platform, with the option to attend a maximum of 60% of attending classroom, between October and June, at the branch of ESERP of your choice. The educational content of Masters blended learning is adapted to the requirements of the European Higher Education Area, offering 60 credits, thus ensuring a constant effort to improve management skills and optimal development of attitudes such as initiative, teamwork or critical capacity. The Masters of ESERP put special emphasis on skills development, always based on updated knowledge that allow students to practice applying the most innovative techniques and tools strategically. To achieve this we rely on a compound Faculty by specialized professionals in the classroom introducing the real problems of the current business organization, providing the student online tracking. For the integration of students in the business world and in the process of decision-making, applying a dynamic education system and active, used as a teaching tool, among others, the case method and simulation. Admission requirements Must meet and certify one of the following requirements: University degree Spanish or EU students must submit a photocopy of the official university seal University original source, or a notarized photocopy of the original degree. In the event that your degree is being processed, provisionally may submit an original certificate of completion of studies and academic record your qualifications, both documents signed and sealed by the educational institution. In the event that the title is issued in a language other than Spanish, English, Portuguese or French, must present a certified translation into Spanish duly notarized. EU students will must present a photocopy of the degree to which they have applied previously Apostille (seal is stamped in the consulate or embassy own Spanish) legal stamp or equivalent, in the event that your country does not subscribe to Hague Convention (will inform the University where they studied). 3 years of professional experience In the case of having no university degree required, ESERP can enroll in Masters programs if it is established at least 3 years of professional experience, by submitting a Certificate made ​​by the Company and signed by the relevant Manager (and sealed by Company), stating the period in which work was performed and a brief description of their functions. The student may submit multiple certificates from different companies provided the total compute a minimum of 3 years experience. All certificates must be original. [-]

Master in International Relations and International Business

ESEI International Business School
Campus Part time 1 year September 2017 Spain Barcelona

International Relations is an interdisciplinary field whose relevance is ever more important in a global and interconnected world. For better or worse, what happens in a country is no longer a matter of importance solely to the country itself: in many cases it has repercussions for the rest of the international community. In regards to companies, their success is increasingly measured in terms of internationalisation. [+]

Master in International Relations and International BusinessInternational Relations is an interdisciplinary field whose relevance is ever more important in a global and interconnected world. For better or worse, what happens in a country is no longer a matter of importance solely to the country itself: in many cases it has repercussions for the rest of the international community. In regards to companies, their success is increasingly measured in terms of internationalisation.This master's degree focuses on the foreign panorama in political, economic, and social affairs in order to construct a comprehensive vision and analyses all aspects of interest in regards to foreign trade and the opening up of foreign markets and start-ups.Conceptual Objectives... [-]


Master's in International Relations

Institut Barcelona D'Estudis Internacionals
Campus Full time Part time 1 year September 2017 Spain Barcelona + 1 more

Since its inauguration in 2004, the Master's in International Relations, offered by the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI), has consolidated itself, both in Spain and abroad, as a [+]

Master's in International RelationsSince its inauguration in 2004, the Master's in International Relations, offered by the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI), has consolidated itself, both in Spain and abroad, as a leading postgraduate institution. It offers a solid academic preparation for students intending to pursue a career in one of the social, political and economic domains of international relations.With the vital support of public institutions and the active involvement of a large group of academic staff from various universities in Barcelona, we have built an attractive postgraduate programme. This combines academic rigour with a practical approach to the most important problems in the international sphere. The programme also strives to maintain a personalised approach to ensure close contact among all members of the IBEI community.Our students remember their year at IBEI, one of intense dedication to the study of international relations, as a period in their lives during which they learn to reflect on the problems of today's world in a more profound, complex and informed manner. In short, as a former student recently told me, it is possible to learn “to see the world in a different way”. What they learned at IBEI will remain with them for the rest of their lives and I hope that it will enrich them both professionally and personally. Regardless of the IBEI teachers' contribution to their learning process, the experience at IBEI is also to a large extent the students' own achievement. The range of academic and geographical backgrounds, together with the bilingual character of the programme, has contributed to discovering diversity and stimulating understanding among all of the Master's students.Our syllabus is designed to offer the capacities and skills you will need to carry out a career in the international sphere. It is an interdisciplinary programme where students gain an insight into politics, law and economics, but where they are also offered the opportunity to specialise in particular sub-fields that interest them. This knowledge will be very useful in your future career, whether that be in the field of public diplomacy, international organizations or the private sector, to mention only a few of the areas in which IBEI graduates are currently working.I invite you to become part of the international IBEI community by applying for the Master 's in International Relations.Jacint Jordana Director of the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis InternacionalsTarget GroupThe Master's in International Relations is a multidisciplinary programme intended to educate future professionals. Its aim is to provide students with a deep understanding of the essential analytical tools and knowledge needed to tackle current problems in the international sphere; it also aims to develop transferable skills that can be applied to any career.The Master's programme presents an innovative proposal to meet the challenges that have arisen from the globalisation of recent years. Our goal is to educate professionals with excellent abilities when it comes to understanding and analysing international phenomena. The modern world has become much more interdependent and it displays forms of government that are structured into different levels within the current complex governance system. Our educational programme takes these changes into consideration, integrating them into its content and providing a wide range of courses. These offer current theories of international relations, the problems of governance on an international scale, managing peace and security in societies in conflict, ethical dilemmas in politics and the international economy, and the way in which international organisations operate.  IBEI students come from more than 30 countries around the world. The students' profile is very varied in terms of both origin and prior studies, although the majority have a degree in the humanities or social sciences. Many of them have studied or worked abroad before coming to Barcelona. There is a very international atmosphere, in which the students' different viewpoints favour cross-cultural debates and reflections both during and outside classes.The international aspect of the Master's programme is also reflected in the languages of instruction. Students can choose either the bilingual option in which core courses are available in both Spanish and English, or the English-language option, in which students follow the core courses in English only. Electives are mainly offered in English, however there is also a wide choice of electives that are taught in Spanish. IBEI encourages the practice of two major international languages for professional purposes as an important and distinctive asset. Students also benefit from the offer of complementary language courses to improve their language skills as well as their intercultural competence.  The course syllabus presents an innovative structure, stimulating continuous learning, with highly-qualified teachers linked to the three universities that jointly offer the degree, the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, the Universitat de Barcelona and the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, as well as to other major international academic institutions.The Master's in International Relations is offered in two different language options. The bilingual (Spanish-English) option, in which students follow aprox. half the compulsory courses in each of the two languages, while they can choose from the whole range of electives in either in Spanish or English. The English-only option, in which all the compulsory courses are taught in English, including the pathway core courses. In this language track, students can also choose elective courses in Spanish, if they wish. The electives are offered to a large extend in English, however some will only be available in Spanish. More detailed information about the courses can be found on the website.... [-]