Susana Pedro, BA
Applications Fall Semester 2021/2022:
1st phase - 26 April to 2 July
Written Exam – 16 June
Interview – 18 June
Written Exam - 7 July
Interview– 9 July
Enrollment– 18 to 30 July
2nd phase - 5 July to 31 August
Written Exam – 2 September
Interview – 6 September
Enrrolment – 7 to 10 September
Timetable: Mondays to Thrusdays and Fridays between 6.30pm and 10pm
The Post-Graduate Programme in Political Science and International Relations seeks to deepen fundamental knowledge and capacity for scientific research in the area of Political Science and International Relations.
In this way, the Institute of Political Studies makes it possible for all those who opt for an adequate technical and scientific training to open up to two possible routes:
- On the one hand the competent and creative exercise from a professional point of view, within a framework that responds the demands of today's world: political career at national or regional level - advisers, advisors, etc. - diplomatic career, communication in politics, international relations at the corporate level, careers in the area of security and defense, international organizations, etc.;
- On the other hand, a fundamental basis for the rigorous pursuit of studies through the attendance of a third cycle which aims at increasing knowledge competence and, possibly, an academic career.
The Post-Graduate Programme in Political Science and International Relations has got the same curriculum as the Master Programme in Political Science and International Relations. Post-Graduate Programme students must complete a total of 60 ECTS. For students wishing to continue their studies, it is possible, upon request and payment of the respective fees, to switch from the Graduate Programme in Political Science and International Relations to the Master programme in Political Science and International Relations.