DEGREE IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND EUROPEAN UNION
The Degree in International Relations and European Union aims to provide training in the knowledge, skills and personal abilities needed to develop professional careers in areas and profiles with a European and international dimension, such as diplomacy, European institutions and international organizations, international analysis, journalism and international communication, consulting and international trade, international development cooperation, etc., both in the public and private sectors.
The aim is also to provide students with a solid academic base from an interdisciplinary perspective that will allow them to obtain an excellent knowledge and understanding of the European Union and International Relations from a political, historical, economic and legal perspective, as well as the necessary skills to function in an international and multilingual environment.
This Degree can be studied completely in Spanish or in English. The students will be required to study two languages to be chosen between English, French or German. They must also carry out a compulsory international mobility by studying a semester at a foreign university.
There is also the possibility of studying this degree together with the Law Degree in only four years. Students pursuing the Dual Degree in International Relations and European Union and the Degree in Law may also join the program with Fordham University in New York. This requires taking a module in Madrid taught by Fordham teachers in each of the first three years of the Double Degree and a six month mobility in the fourth year at Fordham Law School in New York.
Law Faculty. Moncloa Campus
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