A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
The study of international cooperation is concerned with examining how actors on the global stage interact and coordinate with each other. Students often learn about the processes and trends that occur when countries, international organizations, corporations, and advocacy groups cooperate with each other.
South America is the fourth largest continent. It is divided politically into 12 independent countries. South America is home to the majestic Andes mountain range and the mysterious Amazon River. The world's largest rain forest, with millions of species of exotic animals, is also found in South America.
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The master provides academic and practical training to understand, manage, resolve and anticipate problems and political-institutional, economic and strategic changes of government agencies and private companies related to international relations, with particular focus on Latin America and Europe. [+]
The Euroculture programme gives students a chance to prepare themselves to enter new professions that come into being due to the intensifying process of economic and political integration in Europe. [+]