International Relations master is an advanced, academic study of the subject from a global perspective.
Students will have the opportunity to study a different range of issues, including the formulation and implementation of foreign policy, relations between states and governments, international organizations and NGOs, international law, conflict and peace-making, the role of the United States and the EU in world politics, and gender and international relations.
Students can also choose to focus on a particular region, such as Middle East, Latin America, East Asia or specific countries such as Turkey, Cyprus, China, Russia and the US.
The programme includes three core courses (International Relations Theories; Political History; Research Methods), which provides historical and theoretical analysis of core concepts in international relations, of the normative and analytic issues involved, and of their relationship to the social sciences in general. Students will also take elective courses.