A Bachelor’s degree in two languages
The 240 ECTS credits of the Bachelor’s degree programme are divided among core, compulsory and elective subjects, internships and the Undergraduate Final Year Project.
This bilingual Bachelor’s degree programme, with subjects taught in English and Spanish, enables students to perfect another language. They have the opportunity to strengthen their linguistic competences and fluency in the two languages, which is a key factor when entering the world of international relations.
The curriculum shows the language of instruction for each subject.
Languages will be your working tool so you must also provide proof of having reached at least a B1 level in a third language like French, German, Chinese or Arabic.
1st year: The focus is on the fundamentals of International Relations and the legal bases and terms that will enable students to understand how international society works.
2nd and 3rd years: Students learn about the complexity of the international relations system, its origins, evolution and current situation, the actors and factors involved and conflicts generated in it, and the theoretical approaches that help to interpret it.
4th year: Students spend a semester at a foreign university where they can increase their knowledge of regional studies. During this stay, they concentrate on International Policy and Conflicts, acquiring leadership and negotiation skills.
5th year: Students choose from a variety of electives and complete their two Undergraduate Final Year Projects, one in International Relations and one in Law.
A bilingual degree
The curriculum includes the following types of subjects: core, compulsory, electives and Undergraduate Final Projects.
This is a double bilingual degree, taught in English and Spanish. Students study some subjects in Spanish and others in English. This improves language competences with a view to achieving fluency in two languages, which is essential to working in the world of international relations.
See the language of instruction for each subject on the course curriculum.
Languages will be these professionals’ working tool in future. They are thus required to speak a third international language (French, German, Chinese or Arabic).