The Global Master of Arts in International Relations provides an opportunity for full-time graduate students to live, learn, and study at our European campuses in Vienna, Austria; Geneva, Switzerland; London, England; and Leiden, The Netherlands; as well as spend one term at one of our Asian campuses in either Bangkok, Thailand, or Beijing, China.
In less than one year, you can complete a master’s degree entirely abroad, learning from on-campus faculty that are experts in international relations. You’ll have an opportunity to make lasting contacts at international institutions and non-governmental organizations such as the United Nations, International Committee for the Red Cross, and International Court of Justice. As a full-time student, you’ll have the freedom to capture the culture of four distinctive European cities at the forefront of the world’s business, politics, law, technology, and humanitarian concerns.
Students in the program will spend one eight-week term in Vienna, Geneva, London, and Leiden with one eight-week term spent in Asia. At each location, your classmates will be current students in Webster’s international relations program at that campus. All courses are taught in English so you can examine, explore, and discuss social, political, and economic issues within a global context.You can learn more about the program by visiting the Global M.A. in International Relations web site!