The doctorate at The Geneva School of Diplomacy is a prestigious, well-rounded program that offers a unique and exciting intellectual environment for the in-depth and interdisciplinary study of International Relations and Diplomacy.
The Master degree program provides students with advanced training, by way of one year of coursework, practical work experience (internship) and an academic dissertation, in the general methods, scope, theories, and findings in the field of International Relations. The courses embrace various disciplinary traditions as the curriculum is taught by faculty members with varied backgrounds, including history, economics, political science, law, philosophy and sociology.
The Bachelor of Arts in International Relations (BA-IR) Program is challenging, stimulating and practical. The three year program aims to introduce students to the broad field of International Relations, its basic concepts, theories and methods, as well as specialized and interdisciplinary fields. Students will be trained in research, analytical, and presentation/communication skills.