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The BSc International Relations of the University of London International Programmes has been designed by the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), which provides the academic direction.
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) provides academic direction for this programme. LSE is regarded as an international centre of academic excellence and innovation in the social sciences. It is an institution renowned for focusing on ‘real world’ issues.
Graduates of this degree acquire solid scientific training in the subjects of international relations and world and European history, with career opportunities at an international level.
DEI College is a Registered Centre in Greece for this University of London undergraduate programme. This means that in the considered view of the University of London it demonstrates commitment to developing high standards in respect of teaching, support to students and administrative processes.
International Relations started out as the study of an international system composed first and foremost by nation-states. Today, the discipline considers the role not only of states but also of a wide range of international actors, from international organisations to multinational corporations, and from civil society groups to terrorist networks. At its heart are questions concerning war and peace, international order and stability, and the forces that produce change in the international system. In an era of economic globalisation, International Relations is also concerned with the close links between international politics and the global economy, and whether globalization is producing a more integrated or more fragmented world.
The BSc degree consists of twelve courses and may be completed in 3 years.
This degree would suit you if you are hoping to pursue a career in governments, international organizations, business and the media or postgraduate studies.