Bachelor's Degree in International Relations

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    Internships

    The 30 ECTS credits offered as electives in fourth year include the option to earn 6 ECTS by completing an internship in professional environments.

    Internships enable students to acquire skills and competences in real-world scenarios which are closely related to their future career.

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    two tutors

    One tutor from the host organisation and a university tutor will supervise students’ progress throughout the internship period, and report on their progress regarding the general and the specific competences that have been assigned.

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    Where

    In companies, institutions, public and private organisations in Spain and in some cases abroad.

    This first work experience is an ideal opportunity for them to show their professional aptitudes and, in any case, to enhance their curriculum vitae.

     

    Internships enable our students to appreciate the added value they are able to bring to a real working team.

    Internships enable our students to appreciate the added value they are able to bring to a real working team.

    Iñigo ArbiolInternship Coordinator
    My experience was twofold; I was lucky enough to do an internship in a Consulate and in a research office.

    My experience was twofold; I was lucky enough to do an internship in a Consulate and in a research office.

    Javier OlaecheaStudent

    We have signed internship agreements with these companies and institutions, among others...

    Partner organisations

    Graduates gain work experience

    Why are internships a plus?

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    they round off
    your training

    the internship is a complement to the theoretical and practical teaching acquired in the classroom that favours the development of technical, methodological, personal and participatory skills.

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    They bring you closer to the world of work

    They help students’ to achieve real-world understanding of the workplaces where they will have to perform, demonstrating and applying the acquired knowledge.

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    they encourage
    social skills and

    foster awareness of our students’ competences and preparation in companies and institutions. They also enrich interpersonal relationships through students’ interaction with co-workers at the host organisation.

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    They promote
    entry in the job market

    Obtaining this first practical experience broadens the skills of our students and facilitates their entry in the job market.

    professionals to advise on decision making in international organisations

    Where can you work?

    THE PUBLIC SECTOR

    Foreign Services of many countries: diplomatic and consular missions, external bodies of the state, autonomous and local administrations...

    Regional (European Union, Council of Europe, NATO...) and global (UN, UNESCO, UNICEF...) intergovernmental organisations.  

    State information and intelligence services analysts

    International businessadvisorsin companies, chambers of commerce, social organisations.

    Researchers and analysts on international relations.

    Technical advisors or managers in international NGOs, international cooperation programmes…

    Political consultants/advisors on international policy, economics, tourism, environment…

    International projects and programme managers

    International correspondents

    Specialist journalists in international information.

    Heads of communication in intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations and transnational companies.

    University lecturers

    ResearchInstitutes,Think Tanks

    You will be qualified to advise on decision making in companies and international organisations

    OUR GRADUATES’ experiences

    What career would you choose if you studied International Relations?

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    OUR GRADUATES’ experiences

    What career would you choose if you studied International Relations?

    The first graduating class graduated in June 2017.

    The initial pride in years of work has now been coupled with the reward for all the effort made and talent shown.

    Our alumni have already embarked on their paths to success in different professional fields as well as in their postgraduate training at some of the most prestigious universities in the world.

    You can see some examples in the following INFOGRAPHIC .

    We will support you in your job search

    From the university...

    DEUSTO ALUMNI

    The Deusto Alumni Association also assists graduates in entering the job market, offering them guidance and legal advice on employment. We will also assist you in developing your entrepreneurial spirit and, if you wish so, our help in implementing your business ideas.

    In addition, the DeustuLan Integral Work Insertion Centre will be on hand to help you in your first job searh and will advise you on the most suitable work environment for your interests and training. Here you will also find help to face a job interview, prepare a Curriculum Vitae and other aspects related to the job search.

    Furthermore, we organise the Job Forum every year, giving you the opportunity to meet employers, submit your CV, attend presentations, seminars and workshops and even take part in job selection processes.

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    International Relations

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