International Relations and Organisations (BSc)
About the programme
This specialised BSc degree programme offers you courses such as International Organisations and Actors in World Politics. Furthermore, you attend more general courses, such as International Politics, Comparative Politics, and Global History. You will also develop academic and professional skills: statistics, research methods, text analysis, and debating.
All classes, assignments, and other study activities are in English. Studying is a full-time endeavor: you will spend around 16 hours per week attending lectures and tutorials. The rest of the week you will be studying independently or with your fellow students.
As an International Relations and Organisations (IRO) student, your are open-minded, inquisitive and critically aware of what is going on in the world. In our programme it is important that you have a good command of the English language, motivation to work hard and that you feel comfortable in an international environment.
Frequently asked questions
The IRO experience: what can you expect of the first year?
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