​​​​​​Master of In​​ternational Relations​​​​

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With a Master of International Relations (MIR), students will explore the study that researches relationships between countries, on the whole and in much detail, involving roles of states, governmental and non-governmental organizations, academic and public policy fields, economics, international law, cultural studies and much more, becoming thus an interdisciplinary field of study.

With a master in intern​ational relations, you can be a professional addressing a number of important issues such as human rights, dealing with organized crime, globalization, nuclear proliferation, economic development and many others. Graduates can go on to careers in government branches, diplomacy, non-governmental organizations, as well as private companies and corporations. A common program that students pursue covering similar material is the MPA program.1​

General Requirements:

  • GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • A statement of purpose
  • Letters of recommendation
  • GRE test score
  • Three or more years of professional work experience

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