The Faculty of International Relations provides courses in the fields of International Diplomacy, Peace, Humanitarian Services, Humanity, Human Rights, Politics, Conflicts Resolutions, World Politics, including courses in Political Science, Economics, History, and other fields focusing on issues such as International Security, International Affairs, Political Economy, Economic Development, and Democratization.
Goals and Objectives

This faculty provides students with the ideal opportunity to gain insight into global politics and regional studies, to enhance their global career perspective, and to become part of an exciting network of international relations experts while staying on the job. We educate them for success in challenging positions in government, institutions, international organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, consulting, academia, and the media.

Our Faculty offers a holistic educational approach to students: expertise in relevant knowledge fields, management of e-competencies, and honing of students’ soft and intercultural skills. It aims to convey a thorough understanding of current issues and interdependencies within global politics and area studies. Students will learn how to comprehend, critically analyze, and evaluate trends in international politics, economics, culture, communication, and law.

We strongly believe in a learning-by-doing approach. We focus on combining theory and practice throughout students’ studies in order to enhance and test decision-making and policy implementation skills. Finally, we provide profound training in proper research design and methodology for the student's field of research and expertise. E-Competencies All study materials are available on our digital learning hub. Students access them on their smartphones and tablets to ensure full flexibility.

Our online platform allows our students to individually monitor their study progress. It also creates a constant feedback loop between them and the Lecturers. Our students work interactively, engaging with their peers online to discuss policy memos, prepare negotiations and design policy solutions in teams. They get into the role of a policy advisor and engage with the task ahead of them.


The curriculum includes areas such as -Introduction to Human Rights
-Introduction to International Relations
-Theoretical Foundations in Peacebuilding -Educational Innovations and Management -Conflict Resolution/Management
-Research Methodology
-Stress Management
-Peace and Security
-Diplomatic Skills
-International Law
-Cultural Diplomacy
-Public Diplomacy
-Science Diplomacy
-Economic Diplomacy
-Health Diplomacy
-Sports Diplomacy