Over the course of 22 months, this Dual Degree program will challenge you to expand your horizons, deepen your knowledge and apply your skills to some of the world’s most pressing issues. The Master in International Relations includes courses in four main areas: Management and Analytical Skills, Geopolitics and Diplomacy, International Economics and Business, and Global Governance and International Cooperation, with all but the Management and Analytical Skills available for you to specialize, if you choose. Students may also elect to focus their study on one geographical region.
Additionally, the program includes foreign language studies and a hands-on final project (either a Master’s Thesis or a Capstone Consulting Project) in addition to opportunities for international exchange and fieldwork experience.
After completing the Master in International Relations, students switch gears and begin the Master of Laws (LL.M.), gaining highly specialized legal expertise complemented by a broader set of skills. In the Master of Laws (LL.M.), students can choose to pursue a Postgraduate Diploma of Specialist (PGDip) in International Business Law, International Dispute Resolution or Intellectual Property and Technology Law in addition to their broader legal understanding, paving their own paths to career success. With the skills they gain in global affairs and law, graduates of this Dual Degree are perfectly prepared to enter the international job market and tackle global challenges in legal environments.
We particularly value dedicated and talented individuals who come from diverse backgrounds and possess a global mindset.
Alongside your strong interpersonal skills and innovative outlook, you thrive under an intensive academic workload, considering it an opportunity to share new experiences and create unique approaches to problem-solving.
This process may vary depending on the program. Be sure to consult the Admissions area of your program of interest for more details on the admissions process. If you are considering a dual degree, keep in mind that students must be admitted to both programs.
Complete the online application form and upload the documents required by your program.
With the application submitted and the fee paid, you will receive a link to answer three live questions, two in video format and one in written format.
For non-Native English speakers we accept the TOEFL (minimum score of 100 but 105 recommended), the IELTS (minimum score of 7 but 7,5 recommended), Duolingo English Test (minimum score 130) or a Cambridge Advanced level. A certificate is not required if you completed an undergraduate degree in English. The validity of all previously mentioned English language certificates for IE’s admissions process is two years, from the date you took the exam.
This online interview will take place with an associate director of the admissions team.
Your entire application will be evaluated by the Admissions Committee and you will receive an answer within 1–3 weeks.
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