International relations (IR) are the interactions among sovereign states. The scientific study of those interactions is called international studies, or international affairs.
What is international relations?
International relations is a relatively new field that studies the unique relationships between different countries and cultures and how they affect different aspects of society, from economics to law, security, and governance. It focuses on the impacts of global development while giving you a deeper understanding of current international issues such as climate change and human rights.
The Master in International Relations at CU University is designed to effectively equip people who want to be at the forefront of societal change. It will prepare you for a successful future in a dynamic, fast-paced sector while sharpening your leadership and communication skills. With three specializations to choose from—Geopolitics and Diplomacy, International Economics and Business, and Global Governance and Cooperation—this master’s program will empower you to find the niche that best fits your interests and allows you to make an impact.
CCU offers Bachelor, Master and Doctorate in International Relations