Our International Relations department Geneva gives students exposure to the driving forces of contemporary politics, the geopolitical history that crated our modern world, the analytical skills and critical theories of political science needed to understand these dynamics — as well as unparalleled access to witness international diplomacy in action.
In the Bachelor in International Relations, students have a choice of pursuing the degree with either an emphasis in International Economics or in Migration and Refugee Studies, so they will gain added knowledge and mastery of one of these important sub-disciplines in international relations.
Whether studying the history of the Middle East, the fundamentals of human rights, environmental governance or the push-and-pull factors of international migration, students will learn from a rotation of both expert professors and practitioners.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma and minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) a 2.5.
Rolling Admission, largest group of first-year university join in late August - but they also admit freshmen for courses that begin in October and January. If you are coming from outside of Europe and will require a student visa, you should plan to earn admission at least 3 months prior to your preferred start date.
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning