Compare Masters Programs in International Affairs 2019/2020 in Bucharest in Romania
International Affairs graduates work worldwide across media and cultural institutions, educational initiatives, development, conflict resolution, etc... Students develop knowledge of political opinions and institutions. A Master's Degree in International Affairs enables students to identify and understand national interests and policy decisions of law makers world wide.
Bucharest is the capital city of Romania and is a cultural, financial, and industrial hub of the country. Bucharest is also the largest city in Romania, having over 3 million inhabitants. It has 34 campuses 16 of these being public universities.
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Masters in International Affairs in Bucharest in Romania. PROGRAMBUSINESS RIGHTJUDICIAL CAREERRIGHT PRIVATELABOR LAW, LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONSINTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAWTHE RIGHT OF THE EUROPEAN UNIONCRIMINAL SCIENCESTAX LAWPUBLIC PROCUREMENT, CONCESSIONS, PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
This two-year degree program aims to prepare future professionals of public affairs for higher adaptability to multicultural and increasingly digital work environments wh
All courses are completely taught and examined in English.
This two-year degree program aims to prepare future professionals of public affairs for higher adaptability to multicultural and increasingly digital work environments, while contributing to advancing the local, national and global sustainable development and social responsibility efforts.
More specifically, the program creates and develops expertise in international public affairs particularly (but not exclusively) for
1) the international relations, public communication or social responsibility/sustainable development units of
the institutions and specialized agencies of the United Nations (UN) system;
the institutions and specialized agencies of the European Union (EU);
ministries or agencies of the central public administration;
the local public administration;