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The two-year Master degree program in World politics and international relations aims to provide a broad, multidisciplinary training in comparative and international studies, in particular in the areas of politics, history, law and economics. The courses in comparative studies aim to improve the student’s ability to interpret and analyse the different political systems of the world as outcomes of path dependent economic and political structures and developments. The courses in international studies aim to deepen the student’s understanding of how the interactions among political systems have unfolded in the most important geopolitical settings, and of how they influence contemporary trends in challenging and answering the basic goals of political systems and human security.
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- 3-year Bachelor degree (or equivalent) in humanities or social sciences, including at least 36 ECTS (or international equivalent) in one or more of the following areas: demography, economics (not including business studies) and statistics; modern or contemporary history; political studies (including political philosophy); public, private or international law; sociology.
- C1 level English proficiency
For Eu students fees are based on students’ family income. They range from about €160 to €3200 per year. For Non-EU students a flat rate is determined according to country of origin and range from €400 to €3500.
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