Joint Master Programme in International Relations: Europe from the Visegrad Perspective
Upon the completion of this programme graduates will demonstrate high competence in both history and culture of the Visegrad and the wider Central Europe region as background for better understanding of contemporary international relations as exemplified in the impact of European integration. More specifically they will acquire knowledge necessary to better understand the complex nature of the interplay between global and regional phenomena affecting the functioning of international organisations, business and civil society. Graduates will be prepared to work in international organisations, diplomatic service, public administration, mass media and civil society organisations. If interested in pursuing an academic career, graduates will acquire the analytical ability to carry out individual research as prospective doctoral students.
Courses – curriculum examples
- Europe in Global Economy
- European Governance and Multilevel Politics
- Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe
- Comparative Politics of EU countries
- EU foreign policy toward Russia and Eastern partnership countries
- How do they see us? The Czech Republic and its European Partners
- Politics of Euroscepticism
- Social Science Methodology
- Theory of International Relations and European Integration.
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