The MIR curriculum both encompasses and transcends traditional distinctions between the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Students will take courses from selected professors with wide-ranging experience in academia, policy research, non-profit management, and private enterprise. Additionally students will participate in international projects that require the cooperation of both public and private actors, and which involve non-governmental and civil society organizations as crucial partners. The MIR provides students a strong academic and business foundation, complemented with on the ground field research, in European Union processes and governance, while offering substantive training in regional dynamics ranging from Latin America, to the Middle East, to contemporary China.
Master in International Relations
The Master in International Relations (MIR) is designed to be a truly transformative program, which provides students the education, training, and first-hand experience necessary for successful international careers.
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