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International Relations and International Organization

Participation in this webclass will give you an idea of what studying International Relations and International Organization is all about! The bachelor’s degree programme in International Relations and International Organization (IRIO) is an interdisciplinary programme that focuses on the international dimensions of politics, history, economics and law. The programme also pays attention to both the theory and the practice of international affairs.

International Relations and International Organization
International Relations and International Organization

International Relations and International Organization

Are you interested in international issues? Would you like to study and work in an international environment? The IRIO Bachelor programme is a great stepping-stone to an international career. During this three-year Bachelor's degree programme you will explore political questions on an international level. You will focus on international relations, especially on the role of international organizations.

During the programme, you will approach issues in the field of international relations from three perspectives: political, economic and legal. In addition, you will receive training in a modern foreign language. You will acquire a broad understanding of international relations.

Web class

This webclass addresses several issues, namely: conflict, war and terrorism. Throughout the weeks we will discuss the United Nations, the European Union and important theories and guiding concepts. Each week, you are required to do some reading and answer questions. The questions can be either in the form of an essay or multiple choice.

Enrolment

Enrolment for the web classes is open! Go to events.rug.nl/webklassen to register. Enrolment is possible until the 24th of February.

If you have any questions regarding this web class, you can reach us at webklassen rug.nl or have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions.

Last modified:31 January 2020 10.00 a.m.