The objective of the program is to train graduates who are competent on the history of the international system and the stages it underwent, the economic, political, legal structure and operation of the system, the relations between the states forming the international system.
Learning & Teaching Methods
Our department have well-recognized, national and international, staff members who are professional academics with unique significant success records. Moreover, our students are encouraged to pursue internships in a spectrum of distinct and reputable institutions.
Access to Further Studies
• Double major
• Training abroad with international Exchange programs (1 or 2 semesters)
• Opportunity to continue training with the master’s programs after graduation
Our graduates can be employed in the Foreign Affairs, Strategic Research Centers, national and international public or private institutions. Career opportunities involving national and international political and administrative processes are also available.