Bachelor of International Relations & Diplomacy
Studying International Relations, you will explore the origins and present-day contexts of domestic and international conflicts about power and resources. You will also study the morality of political action, the limits of freedom and justice, and the processes of governance at various levels.
International relations is a subfield within political science that looks at the origins and evolution of the state system and the changing nature of state power. It examines the driving forces behind international cooperation and conflict, and explores security and prosperity in the international system.
Our international relations programmes cover specific topics and regions within world politics, such as human rights and foreign policy, the Middle East and Africa.
In recent years, graduates have entered careers in the civil service, foreign affairs or political and parliamentary research. The programmes will also equip you with some of the transferable skills required for employment in whatever related filled one aspires. Some graduates choose to go on to further training in accountancy or law or take postgraduate programmes with a view to pursuing an academic career.
- Prospective candidates must have obtained a minimum of five (5) credit passes in SSCE or NECO in not more than two (2) sittings, including a pass at credit level in both English and Mathematics and other subjects relevant to the candidate’s chosen field of study.
- Subjects include: Literature in English, government, Biology and any other related courses.
- Copies of Birth Certificate/Age declaration
- Copies of testimonials
- 5 passport photograph