The Bachelor in International Relations at Webster Geneva Campus teaches students about contemporary politics, the geopolitical history that has shaped the world today, and critical theories of political science. Students will learn how international affairs play out ‘on the ground’ by looking at the many states and non-state actors in today’s international arena, and can choose to focus their studies on International Economics or Migration and Refugee Studies.
Learn in International Geneva, the world’s largest center for multilateral diplomacy, where 40% of citizens were born outside of Switzerland.
Each year, dozens of International Organizations, UN agencies, and NGOs advertise internships that are open for students to apply. These include small not-for-profits as well as world-renowned foundations such as UNICEF, the International AIDS Society, UNITAR, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, the World Council of Churches, the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, OAK Foundation, and the UN Conference on Trade and Development, and more!