If you are interested in understanding and explaining the political and social dilemmas of the (post)modern world, the study program Political Science – Political Theory, Global and Strategic Studies should be your primary choice. This is a Master's study program in political science that involves an interdisciplinary study of political ideas, institutions and practices. Although the program focuses on political theories, students will have the opportunity to focus on other subfields of political science such as political communication, political philosophy, political economy, and comparative politics. Students will have the chance to study in a vibrant, stimulating and supportive intellectual community where special attention is paid to students' particular research foci (individual curriculum) that is highly significant for quality scientific production and academic/professional development. The program has been attracting graduate students from around the world and together we (re)think the world politically and the role political science has in it.
Some of the most prominent scholars in the field lecture on this program, so students gain knowledge of the latest theories and methodological approaches in the research of citizenship, biopolitics, political power/power relations, good society, movements, globalization, inequality, ecology, rights and liberties, and countries. This knowledge is in line with the highest standards and on par with similar programs offered by the leading academic institutions abroad.
Graduates of the MP in Political Science – Political Theory, Global and Strategic Studies may find employment in both, the public and the private sector, and in not-for-profit private sectors. Graduates will also gain qualifications to be able to pursue government or academic careers, or careers as political advisers, political analysts, party leaders, political campaign workers or political spokesmen. Graduates may find jobs in international and regional organizations such as the United Nations or the European Union, work as educators, political activists or social advocates in the non-governmental sector, or pursue a career as business consultants for multinational corporations.