International Relations and European Politics at Masaryk university is an undergraduate study programme taught by internationally experienced lecturers in a single-subject full-time form and based on the ECTS credit system. The language of instruction is English.
In its compulsory courses, the IREP programme reflects the diversity of international relations as an academic discipline. With its wide selection of optional subjects, students can specialise in their fields of interest.
IREP graduates can find employment in a number of professions, particularly large companies, international organisations, think-tanks, in state administration and diplomatic services, as well as in political party structures and journalism.
Graduates are also well prepared to continue with studies in English-language graduate programmes at the Faculty of Social Studies, or at any other graduate programme in the world.
IREP students are fully eligible to participate in the wide array of exchange study stays within the ERASMUS programme. If the ERASMUS study stay takes place in a country other than the student’s home country, the student can be awarded mobility scholarships.
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