International Relations is an ideal field of study for people who are curious about the world and who wish to exert an influence on the social and political realities of global affairs. Through this program, students will gain knowledge that is essential for making decisions in the areas of politics, business, and the media in an international context.
Students will learn about the complexities of contemporary politics, they will improve their language ability and gain useful skills for the business world.
They will also learn about the principles of modern international relations, as well as their historic, political, and economic determinants. In addition, students will gain valuable insight about the policy decisions and economic developments that operate in an international context, and will also perfect their analytical skills, which will allow them to succeed in jobs that require strong investigative, diagnostic, and critical thinking abilities.
Graduates of this program will also develop skills that will help them work effectively in teams and communicate successfully in an international environment.
- The International Relations program is a four-semester, English-language program that ends with a Master of Arts in International Relations degree from Lazarski University.
- As part of the program, students choose between two specializations: European Administration or Contemporary Politics.
- Classes run Monday through Friday, on an average of 14 hours per week.
Specialization European Administration
European Administration is a specialization that is part of the 2 year MA in International Relations program.
Specialization Leadership and Statecraft
Contemporary Politics is a specialization that is part of the 2 year MA in International Relations program.
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Last updated August 7, 2018