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School of International Relations

The IE School of International Relations trains internationally-oriented professionals, capable of understanding complex global issues, managing real-world organizations, and holding leadership positions in the international public, private and non-profit sectors. Our graduate and undergraduate programs combine a multidisciplinary approach to professional education with the application of theory to practical issues in international affairs.

The global academic focus of our programs is consistent with our uniquely diverse faculty and student body, which include members from across the globe. Our programs are multidisciplinary in nature, drawing expertise from various faculties across campus including IE Business School, IE Law School and IE School of International Relations. Students take courses from selected IE professors with wide-ranging experience in academia, policy research, non-profit management, and private enterprise.

The student body is diverse and multicultural, coming from countries all over the globe. Students graduate with a better understanding of other cultures and a keen sense of how to operate in a globalized world. They leave equipped with the skills necessary to launch a successful career in international relations, be it in the private or public sector. They also leave with a group of lifelong professional contacts and become members of an active network of international alumni with experience and success in a wide-range of international contexts.

Degree Programs

  • Master in International Relations
  • Dual Degree International MBA & Master in International Relations
  • Dual Degree Master in Management & Master in International Relations

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    On January 30th, students from the Bachelor and Master in International Relations had the unique opportunity to dialogue with a true man of peace, former President of Timor-Leste (2007-2012) José Ramos-Horta. On his way to Bogota, where he had been invited by President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia, to help him in the […]

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MIR Blogpost #2 | 22.01.2017 Looking back on the Sciences Po experience  While our 2015-2016 classmates are already fully settled in cities like Chicago, Geneva, London and Doha; those of us who received the opportunity to pursue an exchange semester are wrapping up our Master Degree just now. One thing I can definitely say: it […]

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    Written by Alejandro Pereda, MIR 2017 Candidate One of the most distinctive traits of IE as a community and as a space of intellectual growth, is the opportunity to interact and learn from the exemplary leaders and practitioners in the field, from individuals who actually make and execute policies, projects and who have a unique […]

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ERIC ROSAND is Director of The Prevention Project: Organizing Against Violent Extremism and former Senior Counterterrorism Official at the U.S. Department of State. The United Nations is not only imperfect, it is also misunderstood. Somewhat predictably, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans unleashed a torrent of criticism against the UN Security Council’s adoption of […]

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FOR a certain kind of liberal, 2016 stands as a rebuke. If you believe, as The Economist does, in open economies and open societies, where the free exchange of goods, capital, people and ideas is encouraged and where universal freedoms are protected from state abuse by the rule of law, then this has been a […]

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The fall of Aleppo is a human catastrophe. It’s also a demonstration of the perils of choosing the middle course in a military conflict. Sometimes it’s possible to talk and fight at the same time. But in Syria, the U.S. decision to pursue a dual-track, halfway approach made the mayhem worse. A battered Secretary of State […]

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