Master in International Relations

One-week fieldtrip to Brussels

In between the second and third periods, Master's in International Relations students take a fieldwork trip to Brussels, where they visit and learn from regional and global players such as the European Union and NATO, as well as private sector and non-profit institutions. This one-week trip is included in the program tuition.

The European Union constitutes an ideal venue to study the interaction of public sector, private sector, and civil society organizations. In order to provide students access to this fertile testing ground, a salient feature of the MIR experience is the fieldwork visit to Brussels.

During this week, students visit the European institutions as well as international organizations such as NATO and the International Organization for Migration, to learn more about their worldshaping work. Additionally, meetings with lobbying and heads of public relations departments are organized to provide students with an exclusive perspective from the private sector.

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International Exchanges

MIR students have the option of cutomizing their program by doing an additional exchange semester at one of our renowned partner universities around the globe.

BEYOND BORDERS EXPERIENCE

In this optional fourth period, students will have the possibility of spending an exchange semester at one of the Master in International Relations partner schools around the globe. After the third and final semester in Madrid, students can customize their program spending an additional semester at partner universities:

Sciences Po

27, rue Saint Guillaume - 75337
Paris Cedex 07

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH

4200 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

UNIVERSIDAD DE SAN ANDRÉS

25 de Mayo 586 (C1002ABL)
Ciudad de Buenos Aires

UNIVERSITY OF ST. GALLEN

Dufourstrasse 50
CH-9000 St.Gallen

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, MUNK SCHOOL OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS

315 Bloor Street West (At the Observatory)
Toronto, Ontario, M5S 0A7 Canada