Grado en Relaciones Internacionales

Curriculum

Degree in International Relations consists of 240 ECTS credits spread over four academic years. The subject load for each year is 60 ECTS credits, divided among basic, required and elective subjects.

- Basic Subjects: 60 ECTS credits.

- Required Subjects: 123 ECTS credits.

- Elective Subjects: 48 ECTS credits.

- Final Degree Proyect: 9 ECTS credits.

This module includes subjects relating to the historical, political, economic, legal and cultural bases that affect international society today.

These subjects provide students with the basic knowledge required to properly address and understand the complex international reality. 

This consists of subjects relating to the political, legal and economic structures that organize and institutionalize the international relations of different groups and players. 

This module provides students with specific knowledge relating to international relations in terms of the different regions, as well as the European Union's foreign policies and industry management of public goods in international society.

This is a supervised project with theoretical and practical aspects in which students apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired throughout the degree program. The Final Year Project will be orally presented and defended before a committee made up of experts on the subject. 

This consists of the different elective subjects that students choose depending on their interests. These subjects may be taken at the University of Navarra or at foreign universities as part of an exchange program.

Supplementary training includes internships and other extracurricular activities.

Notice

The University of Navarra uses cookies to improve its services, generate statistical data and analyze the browsing habits of visitors to its website. This information may be shared with third parties as detailed in the Cookies Policy Statement. By clicking “I agree” or continuing to browse, you consent to the use of these cookies, while reserving the right to reverse the decision at will.

Agree