The Department of International Relations was founded in 2001. It currently hosts students from around two dozen countries every year, and has a large number of Erasmus agreements which facilitate student exchanges Europe-wide.
Programmes offered by the Department of International Relations include the B.A. Honours track, B.A. General track, M.A. in Humanitarian Action, M.A. by research and Ph.D. The Department also offers short courses for professionals wishing to upgrade their skills.
The courses offered by the Department in International Relations prepare students to enter the increasingly gloablised labour market and take up positions in the diplomatic service, government ministries, EU institutions, local and international governmental and non-governmental organisations, media organisations, the armed forces, large corporations, think tanks and research centres.
The Department holds a number of guest lectures every year by visiting international scholars and experts, who contribute to the Department's public lecture series.
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