Bachelor's in Politics and International Relations
New Vision University
USD 4,500 *
Earliest start date
* with scholarship USD 3375
The program provides students with an understanding of the essence of politics and international relations and equips them with skills necessary for operation in multicultural settings while making them competent and competitive in an international environment. Graduate students also gain a good understanding of current political, economic, cultural, and social processes of the world and get insight into the existing scholarly debates in political science and international relations.
Throughout the course, students are required to provide analysis, evaluate, and review local, regional, and international policies as well as to comprehend political communication, sociology, political philosophy, public policy, and other related disciplines.
Additionally, students will have an opportunity to build professional competence in the area of Business Administration and gain knowledge and practical skills in leadership, management, finance/accounting, marketing, and business communications.
Alternatively, students can acquire knowledge in international law enhancing their understanding of politics and international relations from the legal perspective, and develop practical skills needed to understand legislative instruments, international mechanisms, and tools employed for the resolution of conflicts of interest at an international level.
The program supports and prepares its graduates as professionals with high employability making a career in public or private sectors – state institutions, international organizations, non-profit organizations, campaign management, and polling.
Scholarships and Funding
Following NVU's mission that endeavors equal access to education for students from around the world, a 25% University Scholarship is applicable to students who successfully pass elected courses during two consecutive semesters.
Generic Learning Outcomes:
- Handle issues from a variety of viewpoints
- Understand and evaluate theoretical frameworks
- Undertake a piece of appropriate independent research
- Identify appropriate practical strategies
- Develop capabilities in working with others
- Construct, analyse and evaluate different forms of argument and present them in a logical and coherent manner.