Master’s Program

The 2-year master’s degree program offers courses in international politics and foreign policy, emphasizing external economic relations. Our students graduate with advanced knowledge of international relations and diplomatic law. We also place importance on ethical and environmental dimensions of decision-making.

Questions about our IDS program? We will be happy to answer any questions you might have either in-person or online via MS Teams. Book a specific date and time for a consultation.

The next application process, with the start of the study in February 2024, will start in November 2023. Stay tuned to this webpage, where we will upload all the necessary information.

The admission process is entirely online and doesn’t require physical attendance.

Admission requirements will be known after the approval of our Academic Senate during fall 2023 and will be added to this webpage.

We look forward to having you as our student!

All graduates of FIR bachelor programs of the Prague University of Economics and Business who complete the program in the academic year 2022/2023 will be admitted to the IDS master program without entrance examination. Such applicants are requested to submit and fulfil requirements of the e-application, deliver/upload the requested documents (except of the essay) and pay an administration fee.

What you will study

Course Credits
Global Power Politics 6
International Economic Relations 9
International Law in International
2 Elective Courses (hV1) 10
Course Credits
Foreign Policy Making and Analysis 6
Theories of International Relations 6
Globalization in International Relations 6
Minor Specialization Courses 3
Optional Courses 9
Course Credits
Diploma Thesis Seminar 3
Minor Specialization Courses 27
Course Credits
Elective Course (hV1) 5
Optional Courses 9
Defence of the Master’s Thesis 6
Minor Field Comprehensive Exam 3
Final State Exam 6

Master’s IDS Key Facts

  • 2-year master’s degree program
  • international politics and foreign policy with emphasis on external economic relations
  • advanced knowledge of international relations and diplomatic law
  • importance of ethical and environmental dimensions of decision-making
Master’s Program