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Final admissions result is calculated based the interview conducted in English. Its aim is to assess candidate's aptitude for the programme, including their English proficiency.
The undergraduate interdisciplinary programme International Relations and Area Studies offers an international and comparative perspective on contemporary global system and different regions of the world. Its aim is to foster creative thinking about complex global problems and to equip students with the analytical tools, language expertise, and cross-cultural understanding to guide them in that process. The degree provides a solid grounding in international issues along with an opportunity to specialise in International Security, Politics and Culture or in Regional Studies. The research and teaching spans the full spectrum of topics in international relations and area studies, including international politics and economics, development, global governance, ethics of international affairs, conflict resolution and peace building, regional integration, cultural diversity, and intercultural dialogue.
The study programme combines theoretical basis with a practical focus, which allows its graduates to acquire significant knowledge and practical skills valuable for their future careers, be it in government, non-governmental organisations, aid and development agencies, business, cultural and regional institutions, or diplomacy. Graduates will be also able to apply for MA programmes in various social science disciplines.