Topics of master’s theses
In accordance with Articles 10 and 11 of the Rules on the final work on the programs of the first and second level, the student generally choses from the announced topics, however he/she can also propose the topic that is not on the list after the consultation with the mentor. Either way, the topic must be approved by the administrator of the master’s program.
A master student must apply for the topic of the master’s thesis in the 2nd year, no later than March 15th. However, the College of the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences has decided to extend the deadline for the master's thesis topic application for the academic year 2021/22: for 2nd year students of the renewed master's programs deadline in 2021/22 is May 15th 2022.
A student who does not apply for a master’s thesis in the 2nd year, by that date, can not apply later in the current academic year and cannot defend a master’s thesis in current academic year. The application for the master’s thesis can be made after October 1st of the following academic year.
The registered master’s thesis is valid for three years from the date of application. After this deadline, the application is dismissed and the student must apply again.
The student may also complete the master’s thesis under the mentorship of other habilitated teachers at the Faculty of Social Sciences who are not listed below – if confirmed by the program coordinator.
The topics of the master’s theses were published by the following lecturers by chairs
Chair of International Relations
Prof. dr. Ana Bojinović Fenko
1A. Complementarity and competition of global vs. regional governance
1B. Analysis of processes of regionalization and formation of regionness
2A. A comparative analysis of the foreign policy of small countries
2B. Analysis of the foreign policy strategy of the middle powers: bandwagonning, non-alliance and hedging
2C. State power as capability and influence: soft, smart, structural, normative and productive power
3A. The European Union's external action strategy through interregionalism
3B. Internal and external constraints and opportunities of the European Union in relation to other regions
3C. The influence of the great powers on the Western Balkans as a regional complex
1A. A comparative analysis of the foreign policy of small European countries
2A. The European Union's external action strategy through interregionalism
2B. The influence of great powers on the Western Balkans as a regional complex
3A. Eastern and Mediterranean dimension of the European Union’s external action
3B. Internal and external constraints and opportunities for the enlargement of the European Union
3C. Analysis of the new methodology of the enlargement policy of the European Union
Back to list of notificationsPublished: 05. June 2023 | Category: 2023/24