General competences

By the end of the programme students will become competent experts of international relations, capable of pursuing an academic or a practitioner career. They will develop a critical understanding of the contempo­rary international community in its developmental and structural dimensions, of the functioning of interna­tional institutions, and the ability of independent and analytical thinking about various contemporary and relevant issues as they appear at different levels of gov­ernance in the international community. 

Skills

Independent and informed thinking, the ability to en­gage in and provide analyses of issues and trends in the international community. After graduation, students will be able to boast many other relevant skills: such as their improved fluency in world languages, understanding of decision-making processes, as well as leadership, or­ganisational skills, and communication skills.