The International Relations program of the Istanbul Bilgi University is differentiated form other programs in different universities in terms of its academic freedom and variety of studying interests. Curriculum and course contents are designed in line with the international standards and they provide a wide range of different subjects and areas to be specialized.
Main fields of study are World Politics and Diplomatic History, Turkish Politics and Foreign Policy, Political Philosophy and Sociology, EU-Turkey Relations and Developments in the Middle East Region, Statistics and Research Techniques and International Political-Economy. Program also provides a wide range of elective courses in the curriculum from the departments within the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities such as History, Sociology, Psychology as well as full list and general elective courses from other faculties such as Faculty of Business, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Communication. With these respects, program also provides actual opportunities to be graduated from double-major and minor programs.
International Relations undergraduate program also provides active support to the European Institute, Jean Monnet Chair, Center for Civil Society Studies, Center for Migration Research and Center for Strategic Studies. Moreover, program aims to develop new perspectives for its students through FP7 projects, German Studies, French Studies and Civil Society Dialogue and different certificate programs.
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