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The Department of Global Political Studies (GPS) is characterised by globalisation and internationalisation, with staff and students originating from many different countries. This diversity contributes to interesting discussions in the seminar rooms and lecture halls. Some of the topics addressed and analysed include security, justice, development and the consequences of global processes for power relations. 

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Below is a list of the programs and subject courses offered at GPS. 

Bachelor's Degrees offered in English

European Studies- Politics, Societies and Cultures, Bachelor's Programme
Peace and Conflict Studies
International Migration and Ethnic Relations
International Relations 
Human Rights

Master's degrees offered in English

Political Science: Global Politics and Societal Change, Master’s Programme (One-Year)
Political Science: Global Politics, Master’s Programme (Two-Year)

International Migration and Ethnic Relation, Master's Programme (One-Year)
International Migration and Ethnic Relation, Master's Programme (Two-Year) 

Courses offered in English

You can choose from a large number of independent courses.
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Caucasus Studies

Caucasus Studies includes a range of courses with a focus on the Caucasus region. All courses are offered online with instruction in English. There are no mandatory lectures on campus.
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How to apply

More information about how to apply 

Credit transfer

Application for credit transfer

Student Opportunities

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