The Center for Global Politics at Freie Universit√§t Berlin invites qualified candidates to apply for the M.A. program International Relations (IR) Online.
Online PR News – 25-March-2014 – Berlin – The Center for Global Politics at Freie Universit√§t Berlin invites qualified candidates to apply for the M.A. program International Relations Online. The innovative blended learning program is designed for professionals who want to obtain a degree whilst staying on the job. The program helps students to achieve qualifications relevant for higher positions in governmental agencies, multinational corporations, NGOs, media and international organizations.
International Relations Online offers:
- A degree from a German university of Excellence
- A program taught in English
- In-house classes where you can meet your peers and explore the fascinating city of Berlin twice a year
- Supervision by dedicated scholars from around the world
- Your own learning path via our study tracks in Global Politics and Area Studies
- Excellent career opportunities in the global arena
- An innovative online learning environment
- A sustainable network of peers and alumni all over the world
Applications for our unique International Relations Master's Program are open through March 31, 2014. However, we still accept applications for our waiting list. We will consider all applications submitted on a first come first serve basis. The program starts in October 2014.
Please find more detailed program information at www.ir-online.org. You can also our student advisor:
Ms. Sabine Pag
+49 (30) 838 54 033
International Relations Online belongs to the distinguished graduate study programs offered by the Center for Global Politics at Freie Universit√§t Berlin, one of Germany‚Äôs leading research universities and one of eleven Universities of Excellence. The Center for Global Politics is a pioneer in blended-learning formats and designed for students, professionals and leaders who wish to deepen their understanding of today‚Äôs global challenges. It was founded by Prof. Dr. Klaus Segbers in 2007.