International Relations / Political Science
The study programmes offered combine intellectual rigor with a highly varied set of substantive specialties and courses in order to train sophisticated generalists. We concentrate on helping our students develop analytical skills that enable them to work and conduct research in a variety of settings: governments, international organisations, NGOs, businesses and academia.
Our internationally recruited faculty works with a broad array of different theoretical and methodological approaches. While several approach the subject with what might broadly be termed a constructivist or broadly critical orientation, the faculty also includes a game theorist, a feminist theorist, an agent-based modeler, a linguistic analyst, and a rational institutionalist.
The faculty research and teaching falls into three main clusters:
- International Conflict and Security;
- Governance and institutions;
- International and Comparative Political Economy.