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Global Bachelor’s Degree in International RelationsValencia

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Degree in International Relations Highlights

The Degree in International Relations at Universidad Europea de Valencia is designed to prepare professionals in diplomacy, geopolitics, international conflict resolution, capable of working in large organisations and institutions around the world. The international relations bachelor degree lasts four years and is made up of 240 ECTS credits. Students will develop skills such as communication, teamwork, and leadership, all through an academic model based on experiential learning.

As an expert in International Relations you will be able to explain the complexity of politics and global interests. You will provide ways and tools to solve conflicts from diplomacy, cooperation, communication and political and legal advocacy.

Campus-based
Valencia 240 ECTS
Start: 19 sep. 2022 Title issued by Universidad Europea de Valencia
4 years School of Social Sciences and Communication
Official degree

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Why study the Global Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations?

In an increasingly globalized world, there are many reasons to choose a Bachelor's degree in international relations. The most important ones among them are:

To have a good knowledge of intercultural communication

The internet has made it easier to do business with people from all over the world, but what good is that connection if you don't understand each other? International relations will allow you to understand how others see the world, which may be very different from your own opinions!

Be a critical thinker

Just like intercultural communication, a degree in international relations will teach you to regularly question yourself and understand different arguments. This is a key skill for employers in the 21st century.

Employment opportunities are numerous

International relations is a very broad subject, but don't let that discourage you. It even means that you can choose the subjects that interest you and focus on them. For example, you can take a political science course for those who aspire to an international career in this field.

So the flexibility is a real advantage: you can earn a degree in international relations in almost any professional field. The skills you acquire are transferable, which leads to many career opportunities. An international relations degree can lead you down many career paths when you are ready to start your career.

International stay

In your 3rd and 4th academic year, you will have the chance to enjoy Erasmus scholarships in universities such as the prestigious University College of London (UCL), among the top ten International Relations faculties in Europe, the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium or the ILERI International Relations School in Paris. We also boast exclusive agreements to enrich your global profile through international stays at the London School of Economics or George Mason University in Washington.

Internationality forms part of the educational model at Universidad Europea de Valencia, in accordance with the philosophy of the European Higher Education Area and in line with the demands of today’s society, which has undergone significant changes due to globalisation and internationalisation. These two phenomena require any future university graduates to be able to work in multicultural environments with respect for and adaptability to the social conventions of other cultures. To this end, the international exchange becomes a complementary curricular element in a student’s educational path. This experience provides them with greater autonomy and maturity in regard to coping in new environments, and develops their critical capacity as they are able to establish comparisons between different social systems, as well as multiculturalism and tolerance. The international experience helps our students create an international social network, in turn providing them with greater possibilities for professional development, while also improving their communication skills in foreign languages.

Universidad Europea de Valencia has agreements with a wide network of universities offering bachelor's, master’s and doctoral degrees in various fields. Many of the institutions are leaders in higher education in their respective regions, countries and subject areas. They have also been recognized internationally for their academic quality.

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Employability

Our students find employment in less than 12 months.

55%

International students

You'll live in a diverse environment that is more multicultural than that of other universities.

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Agreements

UEV has a multitude of educational cooperation agreements with other centres.

Testimonials

Grado en Relaciones Internacionales
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ComillasUniversidad Europea provides you with the necessary skills to analyse and explain the relationships between states.

Jorge Mestre

Bachelor’s in International Relations Professor

Grado en Relaciones Internacionales
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ComillasStudying IR has given me a comprehensive view of the world we live in and has developed my ability to think critically.

Ana Tormo

Bachelor’s in International Relations Student

Study plan

PRIMER CURSO / FIRST YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject CodeMateria / CourseworkECTSTipo / TypeIdioma / Language
9924001101HISTORIAS Y TEORÍA DE LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
HISTORY AND THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
9924001102CONCEPTO DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES ACTORES Y FACTORES6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
CONCEPTS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: ACTORS AND FACTORS
9924001103COMUNICACIÓN PARA LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
COMMUNICATION FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
9924001104GEOGRAFÍA HUMANA, ECONÓMICA Y POLÍTICA6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
HUMAN, ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
9924001105FUENTES DOCUMENTALES6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
DOCUMENTING SOURCES
9924001106TÉCNICAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN SOCIOLÓGICA6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH TECHNIQUES
9924001107POLÍTICA EXTERIOR Y DIPLOMACIA6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
FOREIGN POLICY AND DIPLOMACY
9924001108DERECHOS HUMANOS Y COOPERACIÓN AL DESARROLLO6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
HUMAN RIGHTS AND COOPERATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
9924001109OBSERVATORIO DE LA ACTUALIDAD6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
CURRENT AFFAIRS OBSERVATORY
9924001110IDIOMA C*6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
FOREIGN LANGUAGE C*

 

SEGUNDO CURSO / SECOND YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject CodeMateria / CourseworkECTSTipo / TypeIdioma / Language
9924001201TEORÍA DEL ESTADO Y SISTEMAS POLÍTICOS6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
THEORY OF THE STATE AND COMPARATIVE POLITICAL SYSTEMS
9924001202SISTEMAS JURÍDICOS COMPARADOS6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
COMPARATIVE LEGAL SYSTEMS
9924001203ECONOMÍA GLOBAL Y COMERCIO EXTERIOR6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND FOREIGN TRADE
9924001204DIFERENCIAS CULTURALES E INTERCULTURALIDAD6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
CULTURAL DIFFERENCES AND INTERCULTURALITY
9924001205POLÍTICA EXTERIOR DE ESPAÑA6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
SPANISH FOREIGN POLICY
9924001206GESTIÓN DE EMPRESAS MULTINACIONALES6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
MANAGEMENT OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS
9924001207DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW
9924001208LA ORGANIZACIÓN DE LAS NACIONES UNIDAS6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
THE UNITED NATIONS
9924001209TEORÍA Y ANÁLISIS DE LOS CONFLICTOS INTERNACIONALES6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
THEORY AND ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS
9924001210INGLÉS6BASICAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
ENGLISH

 

 

TERCER CURSO / THIRD YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject CodeMateria / CourseworkECTSTipo / TypeIdioma / Language
9924001301ALIANZAS DE SEGURIDAD Y DEFENSA6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
DEFENSE AND SECURITY ALLIANCES
9924001302ORGANIZACIONES ECONÓMICAS Y FINANCIERAS INTERNACIONALES6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
9924001303OPINIÓN PÚBLICA INTERNACIONAL6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC OPINION
9924001304CONFLICTOS INTERNACIONALES DE LEYES6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL LEGAL CONFLICTS
9924001305IMAGEN EXTERIOR Y DIPLOMACIA PÚBLICA6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
FOREIGN IMAGE AND PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
9924001306DERECHO DIPLOMÁTICO Y CONSULAR6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR LAW
9924001307GRUPOS DE PRESIÓN6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
LOBBYISTS
9924001308IDIOMA C II*6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
FOREIGN LANGUAGE C II*

 

 

CUARTO CURSO / FOURTH YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject CodeMateria / CourseworkECTSTipo / TypeIdioma / Language
9924001401PRÁCTICAS EXTERNAS9OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNSHIP
9924001402DISEÑO Y GESTIÓN DE PROYECTOS INTERNACIONALES3OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS
9924001403TERRORISMO INTERNACIONAL Y CRIMEN ORGANIZADO6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM AND ORGANIZED CRIME
9924001404ÉTICA PROFESIONAL EN LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
9924001405TALLER DE NEGOCIACIÓN INTERNACIONAL6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION WORKSHOP
9924001406RIESGOS MEDIOAMBIENTALES Y CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS AND CLIMATIC CHANGE
9924001407TRABAJO FIN DE GRADO6OBLIGATORIAEspañol (es), Inglés (en)
GRADUATION PROJECT
9924001801Política Exterior de los Estados Unidos de Ámerica6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001802Políticas Europeas Comparadas6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001803Potencias y Mercados Emergentes6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001804Oriente Medio y Magreb6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001805Geopolítica Global6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001806Derecho Comunitario6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001807Taller de Proyectos de Cooperación6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001808La Unión Europea en el Mundo6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001809Ámerica Latina en el Mundo6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001810Procesos de Integración Regional3OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001811Estructuras de Defensas de los Estados6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001812Fuerzas Religiosas6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001813Planificación y Decisión Empresarial6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001814Individuo y Liderazgo6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001815Derecho del Medio Ambiente6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 
9924001816Evaluación y Gestión del Impacto Ambiental6OPTATIVAEspañol (es)
 

Programme implementation
  • First Course: 2013/2014
  • Second Course: 2014/2015
  • Third Course: 2015/2016
  • Fourth Course: 2016/2017
Places for incoming students
  • 30 places available

Internships are a key component of your training. Acquiring experience after what you have learnt in your degree programme is the best way to enter the employment market. There are two types of internships: curricular—which are included in your study plan—and extracurricular—which you can do on a voluntary basis.

In order to complete curricular internships in companies, you will need to have 50% of the credits approved and to register the subject before starting your internship. These internships are monitored by the company and the internship coordinator, and they are evaluated by midterm and final reports.

If you want to take your work experience to the next level before finishing your university education, you can pursue an extracurricular internship. You can do them in any academic year, but keep in mind that internships are a formative complement to your studies; therefore, the more knowledge you have acquired throughout your studies, the more you will benefit from the internship experience.

Key competencies on this programme

Basic competencies
  • CB1 - Students possess the required knowledge and understanding that provides a basis or springboard for originality in the development and/or application of ideas, often in a research context or based on the cutting-edge knowledge in their field.
  • CB2 - Students can apply the knowledge they have acquired in a professional setting and are able to show this through the development and defence of reasoning, as well as problem-solving within their field of study.
  • CB3 - Students are able to gather and interpret relevant data—usually within their field of study—to make judgments that take relevant social, scientific or ethical issues into account.
  • CB4 - Students can convey information, ideas, problems and solutions to audiences who may be both specialised and non-specialised in the area.
  • CB5 - Students must possess the necessary learning skills that will enable them to continue to study in a self-directed, autonomous way.
Cross-disciplinary competencies
  • CT1 - Autonomous learning: Ability to choose the strategies, tools and moments considered most effective for learning and independently put into practice what has been learnt.
  • CT2 - Self-confidence: Ability to assess our own results, performance and abilities with the internal conviction that we are capable of doing things and of meeting the challenges we face.
  • CT3 - Ability to adapt to new situations: being able to assess and understand different positions, adapting one's own approach as the situation requires.
  • CT4 - Capacity for analysis and synthesis: being able to break down complex situations into their constituent parts; also to evaluate other alternatives and perspectives in order to find optimal solutions. Synthesis seeks to reduce complexity in order to better understand it and/or solve problems.
  • CT5 - Ability to apply knowledge to practice, to use the knowledge acquired in the academic environment in situations as close as possible to the reality of the profession for which they are training.
  • CT6 - Oral communication/written communication: ability to transmit and receive data, ideas, opinions and attitudes in order to achieve understanding and action, oral communication being by means of words and gestures and written communication by means of writing and/or graphic supports.
  • CT7 - Awareness of ethical values: Ability to think and act according to universal principles based on the value of the person that are aimed at their full development and which entails a commitment to certain social values.
  • CT8 - Information management: Ability to search for, select, analyse and integrate information from different sources.
  • CT9 - Skills in interpersonal relations: Ability to relate positively with other people by verbal and non-verbal means, through assertive communication, this being understood as the ability to express or transmit what one wants, what one thinks or feels without bothering, attacking or hurting the feelings of the other person.
  • CT10 - Initiative and entrepreneurial spirit: Ability to undertake difficult or hazardous actions with resolution. Ability to anticipate problems, propose improvements and persevere in their achievement. Preference for taking on and carrying out activities.
  • CT11 - Planning and time management: Ability to set objectives and choose the means to achieve these objectives using time and resources effectively.
  • CT12 - Critical reasoning: Ability to analyze an idea, phenomenon or situation from different perspectives and to assume one's own personal approach to it, based on rigor and argued objectivity, and not on intuition.
  • CT13 - Problem solving: Ability to find a solution to a confusing question or a complicated situation without a predefined solution, which hinders the achievement of an end.
  • CT14 - Innovation-Creativity: Ability to propose and develop new and original solutions that add value to the problems posed, even in areas other than the problem itself.
  • CT15 - Responsibility: Ability to fulfil the commitments that the person reaches with him/herself and with others when carrying out a task and trying to achieve a set of objectives within the learning process. The capacity existing in all subjects to recognize and accept the consequences of a freely carried out action.
  • CT16 - Decision-making: Ability to make a choice between existing alternatives or ways to effectively resolve different situations or problems.
  • CT17 - Teamwork: Ability to integrate and collaborate actively with other people, areas and/or organisations to achieve common objectives.
  • CT18 - Use of information and communication technologies (ICT): Ability to effectively use information and communication technologies as a tool for searching, processing and storing information, as well as for the development of communication skills.
Specific competencies

  • SC01 - Knowing and understanding the historical evolution of international society.
  • SC02 - Knowing the international legal framework and its regulation through treaties, conventions, agreements and resolutions.
  • SC03 - Making use of research techniques to identify problems in the field of International Relations.
  • SC04 - Knowing and understanding the role of international organisations today. Their functions, objectives and internal organisation.
  • SC05 - Knowing and understanding the economic aspects of globalisation linked to: internationalisation of companies, foreign trade and global economy.
  • SC06 - Being able to communicate effectively in two languages, at a general level and in the professional field of International Relations.
  • SC07 - Reporting and discussing the problems that give rise to international instability: conflicts, inequalities, exclusion, environment, pressure groups and public opinion, among others.
  • SC08 - Recognising and explaining the general theories of international relations.
  • SC09 - Recognise the global, universal, cosmopolitan perspectives in the study of the actors, institutions, structures and transactions that constitute International Relations.
  • SC10 - Knowing and understanding the basic concepts of International Law.
  • SC11 - Understanding the functioning of mainly international legal institutions.
  • SC12 - Understanding the dimension of Human Rights as values that inspire international society and the legal framework on which it is based.
  • SC13 - Defining and implementing development objectives in international cooperation agencies and organisations.
  • SC14 - Carrying out research and studies on the international sphere and the areas that comprise it: economic, social, political and cultural.
  • SC15 - Knowing how to make use of the different sources and channels of information in the field of International Relations.
  • SC16 - Identifying and analysing the different geopolitical, geoeconomic and socio-cultural areas, as well as their particularities.
  • SC17 - Being able to establish analogies and differences between the different actors present in the international sphere.
  • SC18 - Generating, developing and consolidating basic level projects.
  • SC19 - Interpreting and analysing legal texts.
  • SC20 - Analysing, interpreting and developing programmes and projects aimed at improving aspects related to international security.
  • SC21 - Contributing to the design of sustainable growth policies that favour equality, reduce poverty, foster citizen participation and promote democratisation processes.
  • SC22 - Playing an active role in proposing solutions to specific problems and conflicts regardless of the geopolitical area.
  • SC23 - Contributing to the promotion of peace policies and proposals for peaceful solutions to conflicts.
  • SC24 - Being able to contribute to mediation for the resolution of conflicts in hostile environments.
  • SC25 - Identify and relate to the different international actors.
  • SC26 - Reporting, evaluating and assessing current international events and situations.

Curricular internships are offered in leading companies, NGOs, international organizations or public institutions. Students intern for 225 hours in the final year of the Bachelor’s in International Relations. The goal is to place the student in an educational context in a real working environment that allows them to learn and apply information comprehensively and allows them to engage with the professional world. The establishment in which the student can complete their internship is determined by the Bachelor’s Academic Coordinators, based on the student profile, their academic results and the requirements set out by the establishments themselves. In this way, we can guarantee the success of the internship and ensure students are well prepared for their professional career.

You can carry out two types of internships:

Mandatory. 225 hours of mandatory internships in companies and institutions. They take place over three or four months in the 3d or 4th academic year, in Spain or abroad.

Voluntary. From 3rd academic year, unlimited. It is organized in collaboration with the Careers Guidance Office at the Universidad Europea de Valencia.

Leading companies, NGOs, International Organizations, Public Institutions where internships can be carried out:

  • AGR BLAY S.L.
  • Alias Allied To Grow sl
  • AMSPACEVLC (UNIVERSIDAD POLITECNICA)
  • BENNY CITRUS
  • CONSULADO RUSIA
  • CREACIONES CORDÓN
  • Cruz Roja Segovia
  • ELIS
  • EY ADVISORY ALGERIE
  • FORO ADR
  • FUNDACIÓN FINNOVA
  • Giorgio Armani SpA
  • Global Hemisphere
  • HOWLANDERS - Vaciar Cache S.L.
  • INDUMARSAN
  • J. HIDALGOS
  • JFCHQ BRUNSSUM -NATO JOINT FORCE COMMAND HEADQUARTERS BRUNSSUM-OTAN
  • LEADING MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY - LMT GROUP
  • MAHLE ELECTRONICS S.L.U.
  • Maraver Lora - Martínez Requena Abogados
  • MARIA INMACULADA MARTÍNEZ REQUENA
  • MAS CONSULTING GROUP
  • NH HOTELES ESPAÑA
  • PANTOS LOGISTICS
  • POZOWINDS
  • REPRESENTACIÓN ESPAÑOLA EN EL CONSEJO EUROPEO
  • REX CAPITAL
  • Sambeat Soc Coop
  • SORMA SpA
  • TECNOURBAN
  • VALIMEX

Extracurricular internships

Unlimited and at any time.

Employability

Career opportunities

With the Bachelor’s in International Relations, you can focus your career on both the public and private sectors. It is a profile highly sought-after by companies or organizations that have needs related to international diplomacy and internationalization policies and economics.

  • Diplomacy
  • International organisations
  • Supranational organizations (European Union, Council of Europe, NATO, United Nations, World Trade Organization) and international NGOs (Red Cross, eg.)
  • Customs and foreign trade agencies.
  • Multinational and international companies
  • Export-import companies
  • Financial and insurance sector

Start your future at Universidad Europea

Choosing what to study is one of the most important decisions, so we have a process and an advisory team that will help guide you on this path.

In 3 steps you can become a student at Universidad Europea.

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Entrance exams.

Start your process by calling +34 917407272 or you can make the "application for admission" in the link below.

2

Reservation of place.

Once you have been admitted, you will be able to pay your reservation fee to guarantee your place.

3

Enrollment.

Submit the necessary documentation to formalize your enrollment.

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Scholarships and Grants

We want to help you. If you choose to study at Universidad Europea, you will have the opportunity to apply for a wide range of UE and official scholarships.

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Credit recognition and transfers

You don't have to continue in something you don't like. That's why we have designed specific plans for validations and center transfers.

The profile of a student who wants to enroll in the bachelor’s degree in Relations Internationals must respond to the following parameters:

  • Interest in political, economic, legal, social and cultural, national aspects and international.
  • Interest in foreign languages and ease of learning.
  • Ability to analyze and synthesize current national and international events.
  • Interest in the welfare of the international community.
  • Interest in history, geography and universal culture.
  • Interest in the culture of the peoples.
  • Skill in handling information.
  • Skill in human relationships.
  • Knowledge of general culture

The prerequisites to access this bachelor’s programme are those established in RD 1892/2008, of 14 November, and current applicable legislation, specifically:

  • Having passed the university admissions exam, in accordance with applicable legislation.
  • Having passed the admissions exam for students over 25 and over 45.
  • Senior technicians, senior fine arts and design technicians and senior sports technicians.
  • Graduates, undergraduates, technical engineers, engineers, and architects.

High school students in education systems from member states of the European Union and other countries with relevant international agreements with Spain may access this programme, provided that they have already qualified to enroll on universities in their own educational system.

Students from countries that do not have relevant international agreements with Spain must have their studies officially recognised (through a process of ‘homologation’) and complete the university admission exam(s).

Individuals over the age of 40 without a degree enabling them to access university may also access this degree, provided they can demonstrate professional experience related to the programme to which they intend to apply.

To verify this professional experience, the student must attach a file or portfolio (dossier of supporting documentation) to their application that includes the following information:

  • Letter of motivation
  • Proof of employment history.
  • Curriculum vitae.
  • Documentary evidence (letters of recommendation, training course certificates, or any other material related to the selected bachelor’s degree).
  • Languages.

For those students who enter the Bachelor’s in International Relations through the successful completion of the university entrance exams, after receiving their High School Diploma, and in accordance with the experience that they have gained thus far, it is considered that the ideal and therefore recommended applicant’s profile is one who can provide the Humanities and Social Sciences format (specifically in the Humanities option) of the current High School Diploma.

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The prerequisites to access this bachelor’s programme are those established in RD 1892/2008, of 14 November, and current applicable legislation, specifically:

  • Having passed the university admissions exam, in accordance with applicable legislation.
  • Having passed the admissions exam for students over 25 and over 45.
  • Senior technicians, senior fine arts and design technicians and senior sports technicians.
  • Graduates, undergraduates, technical engineers, engineers and architects.
  • High school students in education systems from member states of the European Union and other countries with relevant international agreements with Spain may access this programme, provided that they have already qualified to enroll in universities in their own educational system.
  • Students from countries that do not have relevant international agreements with Spain must have their studies officially recognized (through a process of ‘homologación’) and complete the university admission exam(s).
  • Individuals over the age of 40 without a degree enabling them to access university may also access this degree, provided they can demonstrate professional experience related to the programme to which they intend to apply.

Faculty

The faculty on this degree has 58% of doctors.

  • PhD. Frédéric Mertens de Wilmars
    He is the Coordinator of the Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations, Director of the master's degree in international business management, and Senior Lecturer in Constitutional Law and Political Sc. He is Accredited Doctor in Law from University of Valencia (Spain) and graduated from Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium). He holds a DEA in European Law from the University of Aix-Marseille (France). He is a guest professor at numerous foreign and Spanish universities and collaborates as an expert with international institutions such as European Commission, Council of Europe and United Nations agencies. His research and publications focus on European Governance, Human Rights and Gender Equality. One research sexennial.
  • PhD. Antonio Quiros
    International Law and International Relations Professor. One research sexennial. Graduate and Master in Law (1999, Universitat de València); DEA in International Law (2001, Ibidem); Doctor in Law (2006, Universidad de Murcia); Master in Canon Law (2010, PUSC, Rome); Doctor in Canon Law (2017, Ibidem). Many publications and interventions at congresses, about migration policies, Holy See Agreements, family law, religious freedom, conscientious objection and gamified simulations (MUN). Participation in several R&D projects. Member of Valencia Bioethics Observatory, Croatian Canon Law Society, AEPDIRI and ESIL. Court interpreter in Zagreb. Certified proficiency in Spanish, Valencian, English, French, Italian and Croatian.
  • PhD. Fátima Gomez
    PhD in Sociology (UPV/EHU) and Postgraduate in Human Resources Management from INSIDE.
    Degree in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Deusto. She has been a lecturer at the UEM since 2008. She is currently a lecturer in Sociology at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the UEV. Accredited by ACAP in all its figures (2010). She has carried out teaching and research stays at the Federal University of Bahia (Brazil), at the University Paris7 (Paris) and at ESCE (Paris). She has several publications in the area of international migration and diversity management in business. She has also published articles related to educational innovation, specifically on PBL and CBL (Challenge by learning). learning). His research interests focus on international migration, diversity management and social innovation.
  • PhD. Tomás Kruiper
    Thomas Kruiper is a professor of International Relations at Universidad Europea (Valencia) and Instituto de Empresa (Madrid). He holds an MSc in International Relations from the University of Amsterdam (2009) and a PhD in Law, Criminology, and Political Science from the University of Valencia (2019). His fields of expertise include peace and conflict studies, security studies, international development, and political theory. Besides his academic activities he also works as a monitoring and evaluation consultant in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • PhD. Alfredo Escardino
    Alfredo Escardino holds a PhD in Law from the University of Valencia. He also holds a master degree from the Institute of European Studies (Free University of Brussels) and another one from the College of Europe in Bruges. At the beginning of his professional career he worked as legal adviser, while running the EU and International Law section of the Valencia Bar Association. In 2002, he returned to Brussels as a civil servant of the European Commission. Currently, he teaches EU Law and International Relations at the Universidad Europea de Valencia
  • PhD. Lupe Bohorques
    Degree in Law, Master in Commercial and Corporate Law, PhD in Communication from the European University of Madrid. Teacher of Ethics and Constitutional Law and researcher in several research projects in the field of Social Responsibility and the Sustainable Development Goals. In the academic year 2018-2019 received the special mention for the best teaching work in the area of Social Sciences. Good l track record of publication, both creative and academic writing with numerous articles and books published.
  • Enrique Manglano
    He studied High Military Studies at the General Military Academy of Zaragoza, equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree. He holds a Master's degree in Security and Defence from the “Universidad Complutense de Madrid” and the “Centro Superior de Estudios de la Defensa”. He holds a Master's degree in International Strategic-Military Studies and International Relations from the LUISS University of Rome and the Public University of Milan. He is currently working on his doctoral thesis at the University of Valencia in the field of International Law. His professional experience has been developed in the fields of: Command of military units and human resources management; Operational and logistical planning; Representation of Spain in international and bilateral environments; National, NATO, United Nations and European Union Operative missions.
  • Jorge Mestre
    Jorge Mestre-Jordá holds more than six years of experience in international organizations and fifteen years in the field of communication. His educational background includes a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics, a Master in Global Diplomacy from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, University of London) and a BAs in Journalism (UPV). He worked for over five years at the Council of Europe and as an advisor for conflict resolution in Eastern Europe. His lines of research are diplomacy, negotiation, and international sanctions. He manages academically the Master’s degree in International Leadership and Negotiation in partnership with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and the organization of the Security Conference in the Mediterranean in cooperation with the Spanish Ministry of Defense in 2019 and 2021.

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Academic quality

As part of its strategy, the University has an internal quality plan whose objective is to promote a culture of quality and continuous improvement, and to enable it to face future challenges with the maximum guarantee of success. Thus, it is committed to: promoting the achievement of external recognition and accreditation, both nationally and internationally; the measurement and analysis of results; the simplification of management; and the relationship with the external regulator.

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Internal quality assurance system (SGIC)

The Universidad Europea de Valencia has designed its Internal Quality Assurance System in accordance with the guidelines of the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA), as a structural basis to ensure the quality of the new official degrees, according to the quality guidelines of the new official degrees, according to the quality guidelines of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and the Organic Law 4/2007, of April, which amends the Organic Law of Universities 6/2001, of December 21.

Monitoring of the degree quality

Members of the degree quality committee (CCT)

  • Faculty Director
  • Department Director
  • Degree Coordinator
  • TFG Coordinator
  • Internship Coordinator
  • Academic Director
  • Academic Advisor of Student Services
  • Student Services
  • Quality Technician

Key degree improvements

Our experience has enabled us to identify certain areas of improvement for the new edition of the degree in this academic year. To this end, we consider the following actions necessary for improving the degree’s educational value:

  • Consolidate the United Nations Simulation Model at the Universidad Europea and increase the participation of students in other international models and contests.
  • Create a mentorship role for enhanced monitoring of bachelor’s students.
  • Reinforce the programmes international nature by increasing the agreements with universities abroad for more exchange opportunities.
  • Encourage students to participate in scientific activities such as research, conferences and seminars.

Main degree results

  • ATTRITION RATE ACADEMIC COURSE 2017/2018: 10,5%
  • ATTRITION RATE ACADEMIC COURSE 2016/2017: 25%
  • EFFICIENCY RATE ACADEMIC COURSE 2019/2020: 83,1%:
  • EFFICIENCY RATE ACADEMIC COURSE 2018/2019: 94,3%:
  • GRADUATION RATE ACADEMIC COURSE 2015/2016: 38,5%
  • GRADUATION RATE ACADEMIC COURSE 2014/2015: 45,5%
  • EMPLOYABILITY RATE* GRADUATES ACADEMIC COURSE 2018/2019: 25%
  • PERFORMANCE RATE ACADEMIC COURSE 2019/2020: 97,6%:
  • PERFORMANCE RATE ACADEMIC COURSE 2018/2019: 93,8%:
  • STUDENT SATISFACTION WITH THE DEGREE ACADEMIC COURSE CURSO 2020/2021: 3,9 out of 5
  • STUDENT SATISFACTION WITH THE DEGREE ACADEMIC COURSE 2018/2019: 3,8 out of 5
  • PROFESSOR SATISFACTION WITH THE DEGREE ACADEMIC COURSE 2020/2021: 4,2 out of 5
  • PROFESSOR SATISFACTION WITH THE DEGREE ACADEMIC COURSE 2018/2019: 4,2 out of 5
  • STUDENT SATISFACTION WITH THE PROFESSOR FIRST SEMESTER ACADEMIC COURSE 2020/2021: 4,1 out of 5
  • STUDENT SATISFACTION WITH THE PROFESSOR SECOND SEMESTER ACADEMIC COURSE 2020/2021: 4 out of 5

* Employability rate is taken on the active population. Graduates who continue studying another degree are excluded.

University regulations

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