International Relations

A field of social science specializing in the fundamentals of politics and diplomacy, and focused on the skills of translation, conflict studies, and law.

Academic degree: Bachelor of Social Studies

Code and name of the educational program: 6B03101 “International Relations”

Elective subjects:   

After school: Foreign Language, World History   
After college: Foundations of Pedagogy and Psychology, Foreign Language

Form and duration of studying:       

Full-time (after school) – 4 years     
On the basis of TPE (after college) full-time, shortened – 3 years 
On the basis of HE (after university) full-time, shortened – 2 years

Description of the educational program:

The International Relations major involves the study of the relations between different countries and organizations as well as the analysis of global problems and challenges that exist in the world today. This major prepares students to work in a variety of fields related to international politics, economics, law, and other areas.

The curriculum usually includes courses in political theory and international law, as well as courses in the history of international relations and geopolitics. Students also study the languages, cultures and economies of the countries with which they have professional interests. As part of their major, students may also study conflict studies, diplomacy, international security, global economic issues, international organizations, etc.

Career Opportunities:

Upon graduation, graduates of the specialty can work in government agencies, international organizations, academic and research centers, nonprofit organizations, and in business and the media. They may be involved in monitoring and analyzing international policies, solving problems related to international security, participating in the negotiation and creation of international agreements, organizing international projects, and much more.

Studying for this major can also be useful for those who want to gain a deeper understanding of global issues and challenges, as well as for those who want to work abroad in the field of international relations.

6B03101 International Relations