Students enrolled in International and Political Science Master's or PhD programs contribute actively to the activities of our department. The department hires a number of teaching assistants to contribute to and assist our faculty members in their teaching activities. Moreover, the department and its affiliated research centers also benefit from the support of a number of our students working as research assistants, whether assisting professors in their research or working on specific projects undertaken by afilliated research centers. This constitutes an ideal way for our students to finance their studies while gaining hands-on experience and contributing to the life of our department.
Our department is proud to have a diverse range of PhD students working on a wide array of topics whether on the subfields of international relations, comparative politics, political theory, international political economy just to name a few. The International Relations/Political Science department strives to promote its PhD students and assist them in starting their careers, whether in academic or policy circles.