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International Relations

What does the Bachelor's degree programme consist of?

Presentation

An innovative degree of Anglo-Saxon tradition

If you feel motivated by international news; you like to understand social, political, economic and environmental events at a global level; and you have a critical, flexible, open and independent personality, then this degree suits you.

Students completing this programme receive a new Double Degree which is new to the Spanish university scene, although it has a long standing tradition in the US and UK. 


Professionals of tomorrow

You will be able to analyse and interpret situations worldwide and will have the necessary tools to advise and mediate between cultures.

The aim is to help you understand international relations in various fields (political, economic, etc.), defending certain values such as justice, solidarity, democracy or human rights’ defence.


Dynamic and participatory teaching methods

Taught sessions will be held in the morning. You will play an active role both inside and outside the classroom and will have your tutor's support at all times. You training will involve various activities:

  • In-class presentations by lecturers and practicing experts in various areas of expertise in international relations.
  • Participation in debates and seminars.
  • Individual and group projects and reports
  • Analysis and discussion of case studies.
  • Exams.

See the skills you will acquire

What does the Bachelor's degree programme consist of?

Presentation

An innovative degree of Anglo-Saxon tradition

If you feel motivated by international news; you like to understand social, political, economic and environmental events at a global level; and you have a critical, flexible, open and independent personality, then this degree suits you.

Students completing this programme receive a new Double Degree which is new to the Spanish university scene, although it has a long standing tradition in the US and UK. 


Professionals of tomorrow

You will be able to analyse and interpret situations worldwide and will have the necessary tools to advise and mediate between cultures.

The aim is to help you understand international relations in various fields (political, economic, etc.), defending certain values such as justice, solidarity, democracy or human rights’ defence.


Dynamic and participatory teaching methods

Taught sessions will be held in the morning. You will play an active role both inside and outside the classroom and will have your tutor's support at all times. You training will involve various activities:

  • In-class presentations by lecturers and practicing experts in various areas of expertise in international relations.
  • Participation in debates and seminars.
  • Individual and group projects and reports
  • Analysis and discussion of case studies.
  • Exams.

See the skills you will acquire