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Student profile: The ideal student profile is that of a young person with a good academic record in a prior undergraduate degree who wants to acquire the essential academic commitments of a demanding program like this, and wants to better understand the facts, factors and international circumstances that will decisively influence his/her professional and personal life, seeking a better knowledge of the international reality, a better development in their analysis of them, contributing to a change of attitude towards their perspective of the international environment, their interests for personal relationships, negotiation and geopolitics.
Official Degree:Master’s Degree in International Relations
Center responsible:School of Social Sciences
Branch of knowledge: Social Sciences
Total Credits:60 credits.
. Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2015-2016
Openings available: Classroom attendance: 30 Distance learning: 120
Duration: 1 year. From October to June
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The Master's degree in International Relations of Nebrija University aims to complement the set of university knowledge and contribute to improving the student's comprehensive education and future professional performance. Throughout the program, a panoramic view of both the institutional and business fields are offered.
The two itineraries of the Master's degree open the doors to the Direction of International Companies or to Geostrategic Analysis, which has great employability and that allow one to work as international negotiator or in embassies, consultancies or any international department of big companies or institutions.
The curriculum of the Master's degree in International Relations will allow you to deepen your understanding of the international environment, analyze the causes and challenges of the world scene to be able to transfer your knowledge to the diplomatic services of your country, or after completing your postgraduate studies, to companies or institutions with an international presence.
The Europeanist approach is reinforced in our program, but without losing sight of the global perspective of international relations, in order to promote the development of new ideas, theories, approaches and discussions, prioritizing the interests or needs of the geopolitical zones of the participants.
The education provided by the Master's degree in International Relations offers increasing employment opportunities in different areas and countries. This Master's Degree responds to the growing demand of professionals capable of delving into the new approaches of International Relations, both in the field of relations between countries and institutions and in that of the multinational company.
The nature of the University Master's degree means the automatic recognition of the credits taken in order to access to the Doctoral Programs of Spanish universities, as well as the recognition of the Master's degree in any country of the European Higher Education Area.
The Department of International Relations and the School of Social Sciences offers its students a wide range of complementary activities.
The nature of University Master's degree means the automatic recognition of the credits taken in order to access the Doctorate Programs of Spanish universities.Read less
The student simulates the praxis of international relations, under the United Nations standard, together with the most prestigious universities in the world.
Repsol, ICEX, Chamber of Commerce of Madrid, Unicef and Santander are some of the companies and institutions where our students can carry out their curricular internships.
We offer you the possibility of taking the Master's Degree in either the classroom attendance or distance learning modalities, allowing you to combine personal and professional life with education.
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All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment.
The student must take 60 credits
The generic competences are as follows:
The specific competences have been determined with the same procedure as the generic ones, and in one way or another are included within them.
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In addition to the legal requirements, the university requires passing its own entrance exams, the Admission Tests.
The process of admission to the Master's degree begins by sending by post or courier the following documentation to the Postgraduate Admissions Section:
Once the documentation has been received, and the university verifies that the submitted degree grants access to the master's degree, as established in Arts. 15 and 16 of Royal Decree 1393/2007, the candidates take the admission test for the chosen program, whose execution is handled by the Promotion and Admissions department. This test is carried out in person in Madrid and in different Spanish cities and, additionally, it can also be taken remotely (online).
The admission test, which aims to analyze the student's abilities to complete the Master's program, assesses the candidate's profile and abilities, so it does not require prior preparation, and allows the student to receive more extensive and personalized advice on his/her academic and professional options. This test consists of two parts: the first is an aptitude test with which the maturity of the student is assessed, as well as the reasons that lead him/her to study at this university. The second is a specific test for the chosen program.
Once the different phases of the admission tests have been completed, the candidate holds a personal interview with the Master's Degree Coordinator, who makes a report on the candidate's profile of abilities, his/her degree of maturity, his/her personal interest in the Master's degree, and his/her suitability for said degree, and is then attached to the file to be studied by the Admissions Commission. In the case of taking the written tests remotely, the personal interview can be carried out via videoconference.
Once the admission tests have been completed, the Admissions Commission, made up of those responsible for the Department, the General Secretary and the Promotion and Admissions department, analyze the results and the documentation submitted by the candidate and approve or reject the application. The candidate receives written information about his/her admission, which is notified by phone, regarding the result of the admission process and the formalization of his/her enrollment in the Program, the final documentation that must be submitted, duly legalized, etc.
The weighting of these admission tests is specified below:
The School of Social Sciences of Nebrija University celebrates its Law and International Relations Week with top-level speakers and representatives of the best law firms, companies and institutions in the sector.