International Relations and Organisations (IRO) is a three-year BSc degree programme. 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 IRO student, you follow 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.› Your first year: structure and coursesThe second year offers you in-depth courses focusing on the following themes:global justice;international development;international security;international political economy;international law and human rights.In the third year, you zoom in on a specific topic of your choice, for example civil wars as part of the International Security theme. In addition, you can choose to do electives or a minor, study abroad, or do an internship. The advantage of The Hague is that you will be surrounded by (international) political organisations that may be offering internships.
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- Full Time
International diploma with a comparable level on Mathematics equivalent of a Dutch pre-university education (VWO) diploma.
First year bachelor students: the statutory tuition fee of the academic year 2023-2024 for first-year bachelor students is €1157.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning