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International Relations is a subject that has the added benefit of covering all possible topics imaginable. Politics, Linguistics, Economics, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Business, Law – every field under the sun, practically, connects to International Relations. International Relations is a broad degree programme concerning the social and political conditions of our increasingly globalising world.

International Relations students main concerns are how different political systems interact and what their impact is on a global scale.It’s no accident that several international diplomats, ambassadors, and presidents studied a university degree in International Relations.

Also, you’ll be paving the way for a future in International Politics, International Business, International Diplomacy, and International Law.

Students who graduate from a Bachelor’s or a Master’s degree programme in International Relations find careers in:

• Government
• International Diplomacy
• Human Rights Advocacy
• International Law
• International Business Management

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