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Bachelor’s in International Relations Valencia

A global world needs leaders equipped to guide international relations

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HIGHLIGHTS

Be prepared to respond to specific challenges posed by states, supranational organisations, international companies, NGOs and civil society.

  • Face to face
  • Valencia
  • Start: 20 sep. 2021
  • 4 years
  • Official degree
  • 240 ECTS
  • Title issued by Universidad Europea de Valencia
  • School of Social Sciences and Communication

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Why study at UEV?

Find out how our Bachelor’s in International Relations is different.

Learn differently

At the Universidad Europea de Valencia, we have a long history of using proven methods such as Cooperative Learning, The Case Method, Project and/or Problem Based Learning, without excluding other activities such as the use of classroom discussions, practical exercises, seminars, etc.

Experts in the classroom

A high percentage of our faculty is made up of professionals who actively work in the field and have first-hand knowledge of the reality of the market. Additionally, many conferences are often held by experts in the field to enrich students’ knowledge.

Professional meeting spaces

Network with international organisations with the UN Study Tour in Geneva during your 2nd academic year, and the Model United Nations simulation. The Global Career Week has also become an excellent opportunity to learn about the experiences of prestigious professionals. You have the opportunity to take part in dozens of cooperation projects in emerging countries and actively participate in the University Parliament or other international forums. During your studies you will interact with ambassadors, experts and analysts of relations between states.

International stays

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 Hochschule Trier in Germany or the ESCE International Business School in Paris. We also boast exclusive agreements to enrich your global profile through international stays at the London School of Economics or Pace University in New York.

91%

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.

Methodology

Our experiential learning academic model combines practical training with the latest technology to offer students a dynamic educational experience which culminates in a top qualification. This means:

Innovation

  • Engage with real-life projects led by professors who are actively working for leading companies in the business and legal sectors.

  • Be in the driving seat of your education, put your skills to the test and push your ideas beyond borders.

  • You’ll work on case studies and face real and current challenges.

Professionalism

  • Work in multidisciplinary teams with students from other degrees.

  • Strengthen your abilities, competencies and soft skills by joining a Student Club at the University.

  • Complete an internship or a study exchange at an international university.

FACILITIES

Clínica Jurídica Universidad Europea de Valencia

Campus of Valencia

Legal Clinic

Our students will understand the social function of Law starting from their first academic year.

Aula polivalente Universidad Europea de Valencia

Campus of Valencia

Multipurpose Classrooms

They are dynamic, flexible and adaptable spaces for more comfortable learning.

Sala de trabajo para estudiantes Unviersidad Europea de Valencia

Campus of Valencia

Student Work Room

Universidad Europea de Valencia has spaces, called boxes, on campus for groupwork. They can be booked in advance at the University’s Reception.

Residencia Universitaria Universidad Europea de Valencia

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Student Accomodation Valencia

Accommodation recommended by the Universidad Europea de Valencia

Testimonials

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Comillas Universidad 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
Comillas
Comillas Studying 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

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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.

Study Plan

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CHALLENGE BASED SCHOOL

Our experiential learning methodology allows students to collaborate with professors and overcome real-life challenges while posing workable solutions.

  • You are in the driving seat of your own education.
  • Work, solve problems, and face the real challenges impacting businesses today.
  • Acquire crucial competencies for the professional world.
  • Be guided by your professors in an educational experience that is immersed in the professional world.
  • Learn from your future colleagues as you are evaluated by them and your professors.

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OVER 100 INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS

Finalise your studies with the English level you need to work for national and international businesses around the world.

  • Belgium
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • United States
  • Peru
  • United Kingdom
  • Poland
  • Turkey
  • Etc.

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COMPLETE YOUR STUDIES

After this Bachelor’s in International Relations, you can specialise with one of our master's and postgraduate degrees.

  • Master’s in Maritime Business Management and Law
  • Postgraduate Degree in Compliance
PRIMER CURSO / FIRST YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9924001101 HISTORIAS Y TEORÍA DE LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
HISTORY AND THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
9924001102 CONCEPTO DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES ACTORES Y FACTORES 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
CONCEPTS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: ACTORS AND FACTORS
9924001103 COMUNICACIÓN PARA LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
COMMUNICATION FOR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
9924001104 GEOGRAFÍA HUMANA, ECONÓMICA Y POLÍTICA 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
HUMAN, ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
9924001105 FUENTES DOCUMENTALES 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
DOCUMENTING SOURCES
9924001106 TÉCNICAS DE INVESTIGACIÓN SOCIOLÓGICA 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH TECHNIQUES
9924001107 POLÍTICA EXTERIOR Y DIPLOMACIA 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
FOREIGN POLICY AND DIPLOMACY
9924001108 DERECHOS HUMANOS Y COOPERACIÓN AL DESARROLLO 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
HUMAN RIGHTS AND COOPERATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
9924001109 OBSERVATORIO DE LA ACTUALIDAD 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
CURRENT AFFAIRS OBSERVATORY
9924001110 IDIOMA C* 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
FOREIGN LANGUAGE C*

 

SEGUNDO CURSO / SECOND YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9924001201 TEORÍA DEL ESTADO Y SISTEMAS POLÍTICOS 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
THEORY OF THE STATE AND COMPARATIVE POLITICAL SYSTEMS
9924001202 SISTEMAS JURÍDICOS COMPARADOS 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
COMPARATIVE LEGAL SYSTEMS
9924001203 ECONOMÍA GLOBAL Y COMERCIO EXTERIOR 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND FOREIGN TRADE
9924001204 DIFERENCIAS CULTURALES E INTERCULTURALIDAD 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
CULTURAL DIFFERENCES AND INTERCULTURALITY
9924001205 POLÍTICA EXTERIOR DE ESPAÑA 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
SPANISH FOREIGN POLICY
9924001206 GESTIÓN DE EMPRESAS MULTINACIONALES 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
MANAGEMENT OF MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS
9924001207 DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PÚBLICO 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC LAW
9924001208 LA ORGANIZACIÓN DE LAS NACIONES UNIDAS 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
THE UNITED NATIONS
9924001209 TEORÍA Y ANÁLISIS DE LOS CONFLICTOS INTERNACIONALES 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
THEORY AND ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL CONFLICTS
9924001210 INGLÉS 6 BASICA Español (es), Inglés (en)
ENGLISH

 

 

TERCER CURSO / THIRD YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9924001301 ALIANZAS DE SEGURIDAD Y DEFENSA 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
DEFENSE AND SECURITY ALLIANCES
9924001302 ORGANIZACIONES ECONÓMICAS Y FINANCIERAS INTERNACIONALES 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL ORGANIZATIONS
9924001303 OPINIÓN PÚBLICA INTERNACIONAL 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC OPINION
9924001304 CONFLICTOS INTERNACIONALES DE LEYES 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL LEGAL CONFLICTS
9924001305 IMAGEN EXTERIOR Y DIPLOMACIA PÚBLICA 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
FOREIGN IMAGE AND PUBLIC DIPLOMACY
9924001306 DERECHO DIPLOMÁTICO Y CONSULAR 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR LAW
9924001307 GRUPOS DE PRESIÓN 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
LOBBYISTS
9924001308 IDIOMA C II* 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
FOREIGN LANGUAGE C II*

 

 

CUARTO CURSO / FOURTH YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9924001401 PRÁCTICAS EXTERNAS 9 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNSHIP
9924001402 DISEÑO Y GESTIÓN DE PROYECTOS INTERNACIONALES 3 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS
9924001403 TERRORISMO INTERNACIONAL Y CRIMEN ORGANIZADO 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL TERRORISM AND ORGANIZED CRIME
9924001404 ÉTICA PROFESIONAL EN LAS RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
9924001405 TALLER DE NEGOCIACIÓN INTERNACIONAL 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION WORKSHOP
9924001406 RIESGOS MEDIOAMBIENTALES Y CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS AND CLIMATIC CHANGE
9924001407 TRABAJO FIN DE GRADO 6 OBLIGATORIA Español (es), Inglés (en)
GRADUATION PROJECT
9924001801 Política Exterior de los Estados Unidos de Ámerica 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001802 Políticas Europeas Comparadas 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001803 Potencias y Mercados Emergentes 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001804 Oriente Medio y Magreb 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001805 Geopolítica Global 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001806 Derecho Comunitario 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001807 Taller de Proyectos de Cooperación 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001808 La Unión Europea en el Mundo 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001809 Ámerica Latina en el Mundo 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001810 Procesos de Integración Regional 3 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001811 Estructuras de Defensas de los Estados 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001812 Fuerzas Religiosas 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001813 Planificación y Decisión Empresarial 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001814 Individuo y Liderazgo 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001815 Derecho del Medio Ambiente 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 
9924001816 Evaluación y Gestión del Impacto Ambiental 6 OPTATIVA Español (es)
 

Key skills on this programme

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Program mobility offer

Centres with which there are international bilateral agreements and Erasmus exchanges for students of the Bachelor’s in International Relations.

BELGIUM:

  • Université de Louvain ERASMUS

BRAZIL:

  • Faculdade dos Guararapes BILATERAL
  • IBMR BILATERAL
  • Potiguar BILATERAL
  • UniRitter BILATERAL

SOUTH KOREA:

  • Kookmin University BILATERAL

COSTA RICA:

  • Universidad Latina de Costa Rica BILATERAL

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:

  • Coastal Carolina University BILATERAL
  • Pace University, NY BILATERAL

FRANCE:

  • Université Catholique de Lille ERASMUS
  • ILERI Paris ERASMUS

HONDURAS:

  • UNITEC BILATERAL

MACEDONIA:

  • FON University ERASMUS

MOROCCO:

  • Université Internationale de Casablanca BILATERAL

MEXICO:

  • UVM BILATERAL

NETHERLANDS:

  • Zuyd Maastricht UAS ERASMUS
  • The Hague University of Applied Sciences ERASMUS

PERU:

  • UPC BILATERAL

PANAMA:

  • UIP BILATERAL

UNITED KINGDOM:

  • London School of Economics BILATERAL
  • University College London BILATERAL

Internships

External internship regulations

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.

Professional Internships

Curricular internships in leading companies. Students intern for 200 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. 300 hours of mandatory internships in companies and institutions. They take place over three or four months in the 4th academic year, in Spain or abroad.

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

Leading companies where internships can be carried out:

AGR BLAY

SPANISH CONSULATE IN SLOVENIA

SPANISH CONSULATE IN POLAND

RUSSIAN CONSULATE

RED CROSS

ELIS

SPANISH EMBASSY IN BERLIN

SPANISH EMBASSY IN COSTA RICA

SPANISH EMBASSY IN GENEVA

SPANISH EMBASSY IN LONDON

SPANISH EMBASSY IN SEOUL

FINNOVA FOUNDATION

NH HOTELS

PANTOS LOGISTICS SPAIN

POZOWINDS

SPANISH REPRESENTATION AT THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE

REX CAPITAL

Extracurricular internships

Unlimited and at any time.

Faculty

The faculty on this degree has 50% of doctors

  • Javier Muñoz
    Javier Muñoz holds a Degree in Law, as well as a Master’s Degree in Marketing and International Trade from ADEIT-Universitat de València and a Master’s in Business Administration from IE University. His lines of research include: joint ventures, market entry modes, international strategy and international trade. Consultant. Collaborator with IVACE International..
  • Sara Reig
    Sara Reig has a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History and a Master's Degree in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Assets and in Cultural Heritage. Her lines of research include: cultural education, dissemination of cultural heritage and anthropology. In addition, she boasts a decade of professional experience in museums and cultural institutions, including the Museu Valencià d'Etnologia and the Centro Cultural la Nau.
  • Dra. Lupe Bohorques
    Dr. Lupe Bohorques holds a PhD in Communication, a Bachelor’s in Law, a Master’s in Commerce and Corporate Law and a Master’s in European Literature. More than a decade teaching at university level. Writer. Her lines of research include ethics, human rights and gender equality.  
  • Dr. Frederic Mertens de Wilmars
    Dr. Frederic Mertens de Wilmars has a PhD in Law (accredited), and a Postgraduate Degree in Community Law. His lines of research include: relations between States - European Union, gender equality issues. He has twenty years of university teaching and research experience.
  • Dr. Jorge Milla
    Dr. Jorge Milla is an economist with a PhD in Law. His lines of research include: international taxation.
  • Dr. Vicent Gassó
    Dr. Vicent Gassó is a Project Manager and Coach specialising in Innovation, with a PhD in Engineering.
  • Dr. Jorge Sánchez Tarazaga y Marcelino
    A Doctor of Law and accredited professor, Dr. Jorge Sánchez-Tarazaga Marcelino is a lawyer, an expert in civil and commercial alternative dispute resolution (arbitration and mediation); administrator and mediator. His lines of research are based on commercial and private international law, especially on the subjects of the franchise agreement, arbitration, mediation, corporate law, insolvency law, fundamental rights and public freedoms.
  • Dr. Antonio Quirós
    Dr. Antonio Quirós is an accredited Associate Professor. PhD in Law, PhD in Canon Law. His lines of research include: Human Rights and Immigration Law..
  • Jorge Mestre
    Jorge Mestre holds a Bachelor’s in IR He also has a Bachelor’s in Journalism. His lines of research include: International Relations Theory, International Security and Diplomacy.
  • Elisa Codoñer
    Elisa Codoñer is an Economic and Business Sciences graduate. Professional experience in banking and private enterprise. Lecturer of Bachelor’s in International Relations. Coordinator and lecturer of the Master's Degree in Teacher Training. Her lines of research include: The identification and support of gifted students in the classroom.
  • Thomas Kruiper
    Thomas Kruiper has a Master’s in International Relations. His lines of research include: Sanctions in the context of the United Nations
  • Alfredo Escardino
    Alfredo Escardino holds a Bachelor’s in Law and a Master's in European Studies from the Free University of Brussels and the College of Europe in Bruges. Novelist. He has spent almost a decade working at the European Commission and more than twenty as a university professor. His lines of research include: European Union and the United Nations.  
  • Alberto Tomás
    Alberto Tomás has a PhD in Law. He is a lawyer and economist. Master's Degree in Business Administration (MBA). His lines of research include: bankruptcy, maritime and international law.
  • Carmen Pascual Bajo
    Carmen Pascual Bajo holds a PhD in English Philology with European Mention and an Award for Academic Excellence. Specialisation in the teaching of English and English for Specific Purposes (ESP). Among her lines of research are Content and Foreign Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) and in particular, the evaluation of the effects of multilingual programmes. Ten years of teaching experience: standard education (UK) and university (Spain) in the public and private sector.
  • Ibrahim Casanova
    Ibrahim Casanova is a graduate of Translation and Interpretation, with a Master's Degree in Conference Interpretation. Professor of English for Specific Purposes and Spanish-English translation. More than five years of experience in translation and interpretation and language teaching in private institutions, and three years at the Universidad Europea de Valencia.
  • Clara Gómez Cortell
    Clara Gómez Cortell is a graduate of Modern Languages and Literatures and holds an Award for Academic Excellence. She has a Master's Degree in Languages and Literatures Research from the Universitat de València (UV), and a Master’s in Feminist, Gender and Citizenship Studies Research from the Universitat Jaume I (UJI). PhD candidate in the Languages, Literatures, Cultures and their Applications programme at the UV, and is currently focused on interdisciplinary research in cultural, theatrical and gender studies in fin-de-siècle France. Speaker at international conferences and member of the GRATUV research group.

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 organisations that have needs related to international diplomacy and internationalisation policies and economics.

Public sector

  • International organisations

  • Foreign services such as diplomatic and consular missions.

  • Supranational organisations and international NGOs.

  • Customs and foreign trade agencies.

  • Internationalisation of the private company.

  • Exports and logistics.

  • Offices and consultancies.

Admissions process

Our advisors are on hand to guide you through the admissions process. Get to grips with our admissions process, which is outlined below.

Application for admission

How to apply to the Bachelor's in Translation and Intercultural Communication?

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Documentation

To begin your admissions process, please book an appointment online or call us on 96 104 38 83.

  • Proof you have passed the entrance exam (Selectividad)
  • Copy of your DNI
  • Fees for transferring your academic record
  • Payment of the admissions fee prior to or on the day of the appointment

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Access test

An admissions letter containing the result of your entrance exam will be sent to your email. If you have any questions, you can get in touch with our team in the Student Services Department (ads@universidadeuropea.es).

  • Competences and skills assessment test
  • General knowledge test
  • Language evaluation test
  • Personal interview

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Reserving a place

Along with your Admissions Letter, you will receive an Official Registration letter. We recommend you secure your reservation within seven calendar days of receiving the letter.

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Registration

Any new students wishing to enrol at Universidad Europea must have an open academic record before registration.

The Student Services Department will provide the candidate with all the documentation and forms needed to formalise their registration.

Credit recognition and transfers

You don’t have to stick with something you don’t like. That’s why we’ve designed specific plans for credit recognition and transfers. Request your online credit recognition review free of charge, transfer your academic file and start studying at Universidad Europea.

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Profile for prospective students and how to access this degree

Inquisitive students who wish to obtain the skills necessary to analyse and understand social, political, economic and sociological international relations.

People with an international perspective, who are interested in providing solutions to conflicts and planning tactics that promote the approximation and collaboration between relevant players..

Admissions requirements

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 enrol 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.

In order 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.

Places for incoming students

30 places available

Admissions process

If you are interested in this Bachelor’s Degree and need more information, please call us at 96 104 38 83.

Universidad Europea de Valencia has designed a competency assessment process, the results of which will serve as basic recommendations to fully develop each student's abilities, or encourage the acquisition of other skills that will contribute to their academic and subsequent professional success, included in the Personalised Learning Plan.

Admissions are based on:

  • Competency Assessment Tests
  • English level tests
  • Personal interview by the academic officer

Keep in mind that you must present the following documentation to complete the admissions process:

  • Application form
  • Two photos
  • Two photocopies of ID
  • Documentation in accordance with your legal access requirements.
  • Bank details if you wish to reserve a place and enrol

Universidad Europea de Valencia will notify you of the status of your admission, reservation and official enrolment.

Credit transfer and recognition rules

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Academic quality

Universidad Europea boasts a wide range of awards that guarantee its academic quality. For example, it has been awarded the following prestigious awards: the European Seal of Excellence 500+, Quali-cert and Madrid Excelente. In the international QS Stars accreditation rating, Universidad Europea has obtained a total of four out of five stars. This external accreditation system determines the level of excellence achieved by universities in various areas. Universidad Europea has achieved the maximum score of five stars in Employability, Teaching, Facilities and Social Responsibility.

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University’s regulations

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University Ombudsperson's Mailbox

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Internal quality assurance system

Access the Quality Assurance System documentation here:

QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM

Degree Documentation

Favourable assessment report from the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation

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Modification Assessment Report

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Verification report

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Notification of positive verification from the Council of Universities

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Authorisation report from the Agència Valenciana d'Avaluació i Prospectiva (AVAP), or Valencian quality assessment agency.

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AVAP Evaluation Report

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Spanish Registry of Universities, Centres and Qualifications

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Members of the Collective Bargaining Agreement

To ensure compliance with our quality commitment for all bachelor's and master's programs, the Universidad Europea de Valencia has appointed a Quality Assurance Committee (QAA), consisting of:

  • Carla de Paredes - Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Lucía Aparicio - Coordinator of Bachelor’s in International Relations
  • Antonio Quirós - Coordinator of the Final Year Project of the Bachelor’s in International Relations
  • Mª Vicenta Gimeno - Quality Manager
  • Eva Piera - Academic Coordinator of Student Services at the Faculty of Social Sciences
  • Ana Ferrer - Quality Technician
  • Silvia Roselló - Quality Technician
  • Student representatives

Main improvements to the Bachelor’s Degree

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.

Results of the proceedings

Rates and Indicators of the Degree

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Students’ satisfaction level with the teaching staff

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Student Services

Management services

Advisory services

Student information services

Complementary services offered