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Master in International Relations

The mission of the International Relations programme at Near East University is to equip our students with the knowledge and skills on a broad intellectual spectrum.

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Part-time Duration: 1.5 years
Starting in: September 2020
Tuition Fee: €1,030 / semester
Location: Online

Students in the International Relations programme at Near East University can study theories of the discipline and improve their analytical skills and their decision-making ability as the international relations experts of the future.

You can choose a programme with or without theses.

Through a process of effective education provided for our privileged students, we aim to train students by developing their conceptual knowledge and skills in dealing with the issues in this field with ultimate success in the field of international relations.


The vision is to be a leading model for all who seek intellectual vitality in a learner-centred and socially responsible academic community in international relations.

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Courses Included:

  • Basic Concepts in IR
  • Theories of IR
  • Research Methods
  • Leadership
  • Global Problems and Security
  • Seminar: Research Methods
  • Foreign Policy Analysis
  • Modern Diplomacy

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