The aim of the programme is to enable you to deepen your knowledge and gain a comprehensive understanding of global affairs. The programme also seeks to provide students with the necessary skills to be able to actively engage in academic and professional discussions about international relations and related topics. The study programme offers a critical analysis of the contemporary international community in an interdisciplinary manner, by combining international politics, international law and international economics.
Faculty & Visiting Professors
Dr. Ana Bojinović Fenko, Dr. Maja Bučar, Dr. Bojko Bučar, Dr. Anže Burger, Dr. Andreja Jaklič, Dr. Petra Roter, Dr. Marjan Svetličič, Dr. Zlatko Šabič, Dr. Boštjan Udovič, Mojca Jarc, MA.
Dr. Thomas Biersteker
, Curt Gasteyger Professor of International Security at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland; adviser on targeted sanctions to the United Nations’ Secretariat and the governments of Switzerland, Sweden and Germany.
Dr. Annette Freyberg Inan
, Professor of International Relations, University of Amsterdam, NL; former vice president of the International Studies Association.
Dr. Simon Lightfoot
, Senior Lecturer in European Politics at the University of Leeds, Leeds, UK; co-organiser of the EADI Working Group ‘Development Aid of the Non-DAC Donors’.
Dr. Francesco Palermo
, Professor of Law at the University of Verona, Italy; president of the Advisory Committee of the Council of Europe’s Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities; former senior legal advisor to the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities.
Dr. Simona Elena Rentea
, Associate Professor, Saint Louis University, Madrid, Spain.
Dr. Danilo Türk
, Professor, University of Ljubljana, former UN Under Secretary-General for Political Affairs, former President of the Republic of Slovenia, and former Ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia in the United Nations, New York.
Dr. Gianni Vaggi
, Professor, Development Economics, University of Pavia, Director of the Cooperation and Development Network.
Dr. Gerd Oberleitner
, Associate Professor of law, University of Graz, Austria.