Courses & Study Plan

The enrolment into the program is only once a year, with a start in September. Bachelor’s program International and Diplomatic Studies will open in fall 2020. e-Applications will be available in fall 2019.

Students of bachelor’s IDS program are obliged to meet the following study requirements:

1. Complete 128 credits in compulsory courses (oP)
2. Complete 18 credits in language courses (oJP)
3. Complete 19 credits in faculty elective courses (oV)
4. Complete 9 credits in university elective courses (oV2)
5. Get 3 credits by writing and defending a Bachelor’s Thesis
6. Get 3 credits by taking the Final State Exam

Compulsory courses (oP):

  • Accounting I.
  • Bachelor’s Thesis Seminar
  • Basic Macroeconomics
  • Basic Microeconomics
  • Contemporary International Relations
  • Corporate Finance
  • Culture in International Relations
  • Diplomacy and Diplomatic Protocol
  • Financial theory, policy and institutions
  • Geography of International Relations
  • Informatics
  • International Economics
  • International Security Relations
  • Introduction to International Studies and Diplomacy
  • Introduction to Law
  • Law and Ethics in International Relations
  • Marketing and Business Policy
  • Mathematics for Economists I
  • Political Systems
  • Principles of Management
  • Statistics
  • Theories and Methods in International Relations
  • World Economy

Elective courses (oV):

  • Civil Society and Public Sphere in Europe
  • Creativity, Innovation, Entrepreneurship for Economic Development
  • Ethnic Conflicts and Terrorism in Contemporary International Relations
  • European Politics in Comparative Perspective
  • Globalised International Relations
  • Human Rights in International Relations
  • Intercultural Management
  • Intercultural Negotiation
  • International Security Relations in the 21st Century
  • Media and Political Power in Russia
  • Migration in International Relations
  • Model United Nations
  • Understanding the International Economic Order

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