SPECIALIZATION COURSE PROGRAMME 2017-2018
- International Relations and Foreign Affairs
- Regional Integration Studies: The integration process in the European Union
- Regional Integration Studies: The integration process in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Regional Integration Comparative Studies: Inter-Regionalism and Global Governance
- International Business
The courses introduces students to theories and practical issues connected with international relations and foreign affairs. These courses have been designed especially to those thinking about or currently working in diplomacy, international organizations, NGOs, and consultants and advisors dedicated to international politics.
The courses consists of taught distance learning modules, each module included: lecture podcasts, web seminars, online discussion forums and a final essay (5000 words). After completing the course, the student will obtain a certificate “Specialization Course” in the subject the student has chosen to study.
The students can take the courses in English or Spanish. Students who do not have the English or Spanish as mother tongues, must present the C1 English proficiency level and/or C1 Spanish proficiency level, according of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).
The deadline for completing the application form and for the submission of references and all required documents to 2017 Academic year is: 27 November 2016 (24:00 – CET). Once accepted into the course, the student must pay tuition fees between 5-16 December 2016. The courses in 2017 will be held in three periods:
- Winter (January-March)
- Spring (April-June)
- Autumn (September-November)