Political Science/International Relations

The degrees of Political Science and IR are taught as two separate programs in some countries, but are often taught as two-in-one at European and US universities. The Political Science program analyses the way in which society and individuals define and understand political issues and government decisions. This involves a broad scope of public affairs – from elections, bureaucracy, and tourism to war and terrorism.
International Relations is a discipline, which studies the causes for changes in the relations between a given country and the other countries. It explores the functioning of the international system – the drivers, factors, interests, customs, norms, institutions, organizations, which shape the theory, history, and development.

Subjects studied:

  • Introduction to Political Science;
  • Theory and Concept of International Relations;
  • Introduction to Political Theory;
  • International History of 19th and 20th century;
  • Sociology;
  • Power and Politics in the Contemporary World;
  • International Politics;
  • Foreign Policy Analysis;
  • International Organizations;
  • International Economic Relations.

You may pursue a career as:

  • Political and Governmental Office;
  • Diplomat;
  • Specialist in Public Affairs;
  • Political PR;
  • Journalist.

Politics – Rankings 2018

GR = General Ranking
GER = General Employability Ranking

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