A degree in International Relations can lead to a wide range of jobs, in arenas such as public services (civil service, local government, public corporations, hospital management, etc), social services (child care, youth employment, probation, etc), advertising, journalism, radio and television, and positions such as management traineeships in industry, banking, insurance and with research agencies.
With expertise in area studies, foreign policy, international organizations and regimes, peace and conflict studies, political theory and terrorism and political violence, many graduates are well-equipped for jobs in the foreign services and armed services. Careers in international business, as well as in the media and research, would also be a natural progression.
Some graduates put their special skills of political analysis to direct use in the Home and European civil services, political research units, aid agencies and journalism. Others go into industry, commerce, banking and the City. Even here, the global reach of many enterprises provides graduates in International Relations with an opportunity to make their particular education count.
The BA in International Relations is a six-semester program that prepares and encourages students to recognize, analyze and evaluate the role of major players, structures and processes in business and politics. It will also help students to understand some of the forces affecting our lives in a rapidly globalizing, interdependent world.
Learning how to analyze information gathered from reliable sources is central to the specialization. Students will also learn how to effectively share insights and analysis with others.
The major is considered excellent training for careers in government and the diplomatic service, as well as international organizations, non-governmental organizations and law. It also provides a good foundation for understanding current affairs and can help prepare students for many other professions.
Following link will explain the individual courses and modules in greater detail: http://www.euruni.edu/euruni/Programs/Undergraduate-Bachelor/BA-International-Relations/Overview.html
The European University stands for its practical knowledge and guidance throughout the studies. All lecturers work in their field of expertise in the industry and teach their practical knowledge in classes. Apart from that, industrial visits to companies such as BMW, Nestle, Freixenet etc. are obligatory every Semester.
Optional. Through our campus network, students have the opportunity to switch between the European University campusses after each Semester.
European University Barcelona, European University, Geneva, European University Montreux, Nichols College in Boston, Shinawatra International University and many more.