From 17 September - 4 September
Internal admission exams will be conducted in the following sequence:
International Relations Master Program
International Relations Master’s Program
The program with the help of Professors and invited lecturers is diverse and enabled students to get acquainted with wide range of topics in political science, diplomacy, military strategy and socio-economic development. After graduation students are not only competitive in their field, but also are able to analyze and act independently. They also should be aware of their place in society and country’s future development.
The purpose of the MA Degree Program in International Relations is to equip students with deep and comprehensive knowledge in the sphere of international Relations. This knowledge should enable them to pursue a successful career in fields related to foreign and security policy, as well as international economy, in order to strengthen position of their country and help the promotion of world peace.
International Relations Master’s Program Plan
(Elective and compulsory subjects)
Qualification awarded - Master in International Relations
Level of teaching - master
Capacity of the program - 120 credits
Language of instruction - Georgian
Duration of the program - 2 years
Schedule – evening
Annual fee of the program is 3500 GEL.
Payments are made in 4 installments each semester.
In case of successful completion of the program, students will be awarded a Master's Degree in International Relations.
The students with the highest GPA will be awarded scholarships each semester. The student with the greatest achievement in the International Relations Master’s Program will have 50% of the tuition fee waived for the next semester.
JSC "TBC Bank"
Bank Code (MFO): TBCB GE 22
Name of the Recipient - Institute of Public Affairs of Georgia
Account Number - GE84TB1100000110700419 / GEL
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In cooperation with Wroclaw University International Relations Master Programs offers double degree in International Relations and Political Sciences:
I-II Semester – GIPA (Georgia)
III Semester – Wroclaw University (Poland)
IV Semester – GIPA (Georgia)
Graduates are Awarded:
Master Degree in International Relations (GIPA)
Master Degree in Political Sciences (Wroclaw University)
The Online Journal of Politics and Democratization (JPD), a new interdisciplinary, and peer-reviewed online journal, was created within the framework of the partnership between the University of Troy and the Georgian Institute of Public Affairs.
Its main focuses include Europe, Russia and the Caucasus region, as well as studies concerning other geographical areas and specific individual countries or comparative/global analysis.
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