The programme provides the opportunity to study various aspects of international governance and diplomacy which teaches students the skills to think and act globally. During their studies students acquire the expertise to analyse, understand, and predict developments in international governance and diplomacy, as well as to provide reasoned opinions both orally and in writing.
Lectures are taught by both academics and practitioners, including current and former diplomats.
Students will be educated in various topics of international governance – small states in the international system; the history of international relations with an emphasis on great powers, wars, and diplomacy; international and diplomatic law, global economy and trans-national interests; the governance of the European Union; the foreign policy of the United States, the Peoples’ Republic of China and other great powers; the Middle East; energy security; security governance; e-governance and other issues.
Bachelor’s Degree Diploma and Diploma Supplement in Health or Social Sciences
CV - your Curriculum Vitae in English.
Letter of Motivation
Document Confirming English Proficiency
Copy of Passport/ID Card
Publications and Documents of Additional Training/Activities (preferable)
TOEFL iBT 80
Cambridge English Certificate (Proficiency) Passed
Cambridge English Certificate (Advanced) 160
Cambridge English Certificate (First) 160
Pearson PTE General 70
British GCE A Levels B level
ESOL English B2 Test
100 (Written component) 35 (Speaking component)
ECL language test 70% (in all 4 exam parts)