EUR 3,000/year
3 years
1 September–1 June and 15 July–15 November

Understand global issues and trends

The bachelor degree program aims to develop an understanding of International Relations and European politics. Special emphasis is laid on the ability to analyse, assess, interpret, and understand theoretical aspects of examined issues with systematic critical reflection in expert activities. Focus is directed particularly toward modern issues, theories of conflict and cooperation, theories of European integration, and international political economy.

A progressive curriculum in soft and practical skills and research methods in social science prepares students for high-quality expert analytical work in practice and academia. Structured emphasis on the development of students’ analytical skills throughout the program prepares students for success in the global labour market or graduate study among the global academic competition.

Gain practical experience abroad

​​The programme fully encourages internships and exchange stays to further develop practical and communication skills and networks. Students of the field can electively participate in practical training with all types of potential employers. The department cultivates and continues to expand the existing rich offer of practical courses and training opportunities for applicants.

Graduate profile: Diplomat, researcher, journalist

Upon graduating, you can continue in the master’s programmes at Masaryk or worldwide, be it a different programme or a direct follow-up master’s in international relations at the Faculty of Social Studies.

Not into further studies? You can find employment in a number of professional areas, especially in public administration and diplomatic services, research and analytical institutes, in academic-educational work at universities, political parties, as journalists and in international organisations.


The admission committee evaluates your application based on your submitted documents, including a cover letter, an essay on international policy, your secondary education certificate, and more. Upon evaluation of the documents, you may be invited for the second round: an online interview.

And don’t worry, you don’t need to come to Brno for your admission procedure. The Czech Republic will be waiting for you to start your new adventure after admission.

For more information about International Relations and European Politics at Masaryk University, click the link below.

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Amira Nassar Aguilar


International Relations and European Politics


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Admission officer

Klára Němečková

+420 549 497 119