Call for applications: Center for Global Politics at the Freie Universität Berlin

The Center for Global Politics at the Freie Universität Berlin offer you two distinct blended learning master programs for international affairs and crises.

Online PR News – 09-March-2016 – Freie Universität Berlin, Germany – Call for Applications: Center for Global Politics M. A. Programs, Freie Universität Berlin

The world is becoming an ever more complex place. Uncertainties multiply, but so do opportunities. The Center for Global Politics at the Freie Universität Berlin provides you with the tools to navigate complexity.

At the Center for Global Politics we offer two distinct blended learning master programs that help professionals to navigate the complexity of international affairs and crises:

- M. A. International Relations (IRO):

- M. A. East European Studies (EES):

Each program features a unique digital platform, making them available via distance learning, with students enrolled from around the world. Course work is compatible with heavy work schedules and flexible for professionals who complete their studies from various global locations. The assignments on our digital learning platform are complemented by in-house classes held twice each year in Berlin. Our students and alumni see great success, with many employed by governments and NGOs, business corporations, international organizations and the media.

International Relations arms students with the tools necessary for acting in a globalized world. They create their own study focus in either Global Politics or Area Studies, and then select from a series of electives on various capital flows (migration, capital and finance, energy, ICTs) and policy issues (conflict management, global cities, cultural narratives).

East European Studies is the world’s only blended learning master program on this region. The focus is on the political, economic, social and cultural developments in Eastern Europe. Students learn to analyze complex situations, give policy advice and reach mutual understandings.

We welcome applications from anyone interested and qualified through March 31, 2016. Further information is available online at Our Student Advisor, Ms. Sabine Pag, is available to answer your questions by phone (+49) 030 8385 4033, and email at