|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
|International Relations Online
Center for Global Politics
Free University Berlin
© Philipp von Recklinghausen
|Address||Freie Universität Berlin, Center for Global Politics, IR Online, Garystr. 55, 14195 Berlin, Germany|
|Tel. No.||+ 49 (0)30 838 55476|
|Fax No.||+ 49 (0)30 838 53616|
|Web address||Course website|
|Course||International Relations Online M.A.|
|Course director||Professor Dr. Klaus Segbers|
|Type of course||
- Master of Arts (M.A.)
- full- or part-time (120 ECTS)
- blended-learning program
|Length of course||2 or 4 years|
|Date of commencement||October of each year|
|Class size||25–30 students / class|
|Cost/fees||€ 8,250 (full-time) respectively € 4,375 (part-time) / per year and app. € 117 / year regular registration fees of the Freie Universität, plus costs arising from in-house class periods.|
|Admission requirements|| Applicants for this program must hold a first university degree (B.A., M.A., diploma, state examination, or equivalent) preferably obtained in - but not limited to - the humanities and social sciences, including political science, law and economics. Applicants in other fields of study are encouraged to apply, although such applications will be subjected to close review.
In addition, applicants must have at least one year of relevant postgraduate work experience and need to be fluent in English. If English is not your native language, a language certificate verifying English proficiency is required. For the "Test of English as a Foreign Language” (TOEFL) a score equivalent to or higher than 550 points for the paper-based test, 213 points for the computer-based test or 79 points for the internet-based test is required. Alternatively, we accept the "International English Language Testing System" (IELTS) and the "Cambridge Certificate" at the same level of language proficiency.
To successfully complete the program, applicants need to have reliable access to adequate electronic equipment – specifically internet access and a computer capable of working with multimedia course materials.
Applicants must provide a certified translation for all documents written in any language other than German or English.
|Student profile|| 1. Ratio National : Foreign students - app. 1/4
2. Average Age - app. 30
|Exchange partner schools|| Virtual exchange:
- The Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki
- The Elliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University
- Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
- Bush School of Government & Public Service, Texas A&M University
|Contact for application|| Sabine Pag
Your opportunity – with IR Online you:
Freie Universität Berlin (FU) is one of Germany's leading research-based universities. Founded in 1948 according to the principles "Truth, Justice, Freedom" and based on its history as a reform-oriented university, it continues to display a modern and international character. Today, the university offers courses with more than one hundred subjects to over 35,500 students. FU Berlin is the largest of the three universities in Berlin with about 570 professors, 4,000 graduate students and 1,000 doctoral candidates each year. Its academic profile is comprised of a broad range of disciplines in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. Freie Universität Berlin is one of eleven German “Universities of Excellence”.
The M.A. International Relations (IR) Online is a Master program designed for professionals who want to obtain a degree whilst staying on the job. It belongs to the distinguished graduate study programs offered by the Center for Global Politics (CGP) at Freie Universität Berlin. The CGP is a pioneer in blended-learning formats, uniting six distinct graduate study programs: International Relations Online, East European Studies, Leadership in Eastern Europe, Global Politics Seasonal Schools, Graduate School of Global Politics, and German Studies Russia. With our unique programs we enable students worldwide to explore the multiple challenges of the Twenty-first Century. They develop an understanding of the interdependent nature of seemingly diverse issues such as migration, changing security issues, and environmental degradation, as well as increase their understanding of global challenges and their political, economic, and social causes and impacts. The Center for Global Politics is your gateway to a global career.
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