|Length of program||4 years|
|Internships||Mandatory, Elective, Extracurriculars|
Our studies are fully accredited internationally, up-to-date and has a clearly specialized, professional orientation. It is a plan which offers solid training in areas like international relations and foreign policy, in the classic sense: commerce and international economics, international cooperation and in questions related to the global dynamics of communication as well.
The International Relations Degree offers three specialization tracks in the third year which the student can choose between, depending on the career he or she wants to embark upon. The three tracks are:
Studying International Relations in Barcelona makes more sense now than ever because Barcelona and its surroundings are the nucleus of intense international activity which translates into Barcelona being the third largest consular center in the world and the first public body at a sub-national level to sign agreements with organizations in the United Nations system. Barcelona is the seat of many high-level international delegations, such as the European Parliament Delegation and the European Commission and the headquarters of the Union for the Mediterranean. It also has a long tradition as the seat of organizations of economic cooperation and development and of important international trade fairs. One such important fair has designated Barcelona the “Mobile World Capital” from 2012 to 2018.