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International relations is a field that deals with the relationships between large entities such as states, nations, multinational corporations and nongovernmental organizations. However, there tends to be a greater focus on big ideas such as terrorism and human rights.  

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

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7 Results in International Relations, Europe

Andrassy University Budapest

On 1 July 2017, Hungary took over the presidency within the Visegrád Group for the fifth time under the motto "V4 CONNECTS". ... [+]

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE On 1 July 2017, Hungary took over the presidency within the Visegrád Group for the fifth time under the motto "V4 CONNECTS". Under the four mission statements "European Visegrad", "Regional Visegrad", "Digital Visegrad" and "Global Visegrad", the program of the Presidency highlights key issues that are relevant within various policy areas.

Within the framework of the event, these topics will be discussed and discussed with the help of experts from science, politics, economy and culture. The conference sets itself the goal of connecting young participants from the Visegrád countries as well as from Germany, to strengthen the mutual understanding and trust among each other and thus to promote the cooperation between the V4 and Germany.APPLICATION by 15 MAY (extension of the deadline is possible)... [-]

Hungary Budapest
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German
Full-time
2 days
Campus
SOAS Summer School

The course will provide a critical understanding of key developments and issues in contemporary world politics for students with no prior background in international rela ... [+]

Programme Description

The course will provide a critical understanding of key developments and issues in contemporary world politics for students with no prior background in international relations. Focusing on the period since the end of the Cold War, an era defined by rapid institutional innovation and development, as well as a number of emergent global issues, problems and policy dilemmas, the course locates these in the context of north-south relations. Treating the international system as a dynamic whole, it examines how issues that have become central in international politics including ‘failed states’, nuclear proliferation, armed conflict and terrorism, democratisation, pandemics and the Arab Spring are intimately linked to expanding efforts since the mid-20th century to generate a liberal world order. In doing so it provides analysis of the roles played in contemporary world politics by leading members of the ‘international community’ such as the United States, the European Union, ‘rising’ non-western states China, India and Brazil, non-state actors such as NGOs, transnational corporations and armed groups, and international financial and other institutions. ... [-]

United Kingdom London
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Full-time
3 weeks
Campus
Helsinki Summer School

This Helsinki Summer School course addresses some of the key issues of religion and violence as well as religiously inspired ethics in the face of secular modernity and g ... [+]

Faith and Globalisation

ORGANISER:

Faculty of Theology, University of Helsinki

DATES:

8.-24.8.2017

PRICES:

850-1400 EUR

CREDITS:

5 ECTS

COORDINATOR:

Ville Päivänsalo

Target students

This course is designed for students interested in the aformentioned issues of faith and globalisation from the perspectives of, for example, religious studies / theology, political philosophy, international relations, sociology, history (of ideas), intercultural studies or the ethics of human development. The course is recommended for students in their 3rd year or beyond.

Synopsis

This Helsinki Summer School course addresses some of the key issues of religion and violence as well as religiously inspired ethics in the face of secular modernity and globalisation. It is designed to equip its participants with (1) a basic understanding of some of the major historical paradigms of tolerance, violence and dialogical justice across cultural spheres and (2) preliminary abilities to take part in the real-life discussion of faith-related conflicts and ethics in our global age. The second aim of the course is pursued particularly through two symposia, an open symposium (selectively) and an internal one. Through writing their course essays as well as through delivering their own presentations and discussing them, the students will be supported to grow towards expertise in the field of religion, conflicts and dialogical justice.... [-]

Finland Helsinki
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Full-time
17 days
Campus
Oxford Royale Academy

Whether we realise it or not, political issues have a bearing on every aspect of our lives. On this fascinating course, you will enjoy an intellectually stimulating intro ... [+]

Overview

Whether we realise it or not, political issues have a bearing on every aspect of our lives. On this fascinating course, you will enjoy an intellectually stimulating introduction to this discipline and its relevance to contemporary world issues.

Academic Content

This course combines politics and international relations with the study of what it takes to be a successful leader. Through a compelling mixture of debate, written assignments and lectures, you’ll learn all about the contemporary issues that dominate world politics, ranging from human rights infringements to terrorism and nuclear proliferation. You’ll consider the methods of social scientific enquiry, the role of democracy in British politics, and the political systems of other countries. Discussion is enhanced by the numerous different perspectives offered by you and your fellow students, who come to Oxford Royale Academy from all over the world.... [-]

United Kingdom Oxford Yarnton
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Full-time
2 weeks
Campus
Immerse Education

The study of IR raises questions such as: What powers does the United Nations actually have? What influence does the security council have over the rest of the world? Whi ... [+]

International Relations Summer Programme Overview: Programme: International Relations university insights Fee: £4,595 Course Length: 2 weeks Course Type: Residential Locations: Cambridge University colleges

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Cambridge International Relations Summer School Summary

International Relations is an academic discipline that focuses on the study of the interaction of the actors in international politics, including states and non-state actors. The study of IR raises questions such as: What powers does the United Nations actually have? What influence does the security council have over the rest of the world? Which treaties and trade agreements have shaped relationships between countries who only decades ago were at war? These questions and others like them will be explored over two weeks on Immerse’s International Relations summer programme.... [-]

United Kingdom Cambridge
July 2020
Full-time
2 weeks
Campus
Sciences Po Lille

Do you feel like visiting the European Institutions, study EU Affairs and French language at the same time this summer? Welcome to Sciences Po Lille Summer School! ... [+]

Do you feel like visiting the European Institutions, study EU Affairs and French language at the same time this summer? Welcome to Sciences Po Lille Summer School!

The 2019 Summer School proposes an innovative programme around 2 tracks:

International - EU Affairs French Language & Society

Professors teaching during the Four weeks of the Summer School will have the opportunity to teach small groups of students and propose methodological and interactive approaches. Students will divide their time in Lille between modules which focus on International and European affairs, including issues such as the European identity and values, migration and conflicts. The courses in The French language aims to enhance and perfect their language skills as well provide some understanding of the contemporary aspects of French society. Sciences Po Lille’s Summer School offers a variety of field trips and social events.... [-]

France Lille
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Full-time
4 weeks
Campus
University of Exeter International Summer School

This stimulating course will provide you with the opportunity to engage with some of the most challenging and pressing issues of international relations and conflict. Yo ... [+]

This stimulating course will provide you with the opportunity to engage with some of the most challenging and pressing issues of international relations and conflict. You will explore the main characteristics of today’s global security environment, from terrorism to tensions produced by climate change, from nuclear proliferation to the migration crisis.

You will consider how various schools of thought can decisively strengthen our analysis of these issues, which will lead to an appreciation of the complex role of factors like military capabilities, economic structures, international institutions, identities and ideologies, or language and emotions.... [-]

United Kingdom Exeter
August 2020
Campus