At the postgraduate study of Political science, we will strive for students to acquire broad and basic knowledge needed to understand both social and political traditions as well as international relations for their work in today's postmodern society. Students will learn independent thinking and judging and conceiving the future differently. Apart from classical political, social and humanistic themes, we will put a great emphasis on ethics, own practical work, as well as actively concieve art and science in the broad sense.
The study is aimed at young people who are eager for new skills, but above all different visions and interpretations of the world in which we live. It is intended for students who are willing to seriously pursue studies and work together with their colleagues and professors in order to go beyond the existing academic practices that often underestimate the abilities and ambitions of young people. All this is still necessary today if we want to educate independent people who will be able to trust in themselves and also to deal with the problems of today's world.
Get a degree from the prestigious Lomonosov Moscow State University! Enrol in master in Political Science at the Faculty of management in Koper!
Duration: 2 years (4 semesters) Level of qualification: Slovenian Qualifications Framework (SQF): 8, European Qualifications Framework (EQF): 7, European Higher Education Qualifications Framework (EHEQF): second cycle ECTS: 120 – Students are required to complete a 60 ECTS workload per Academic Year as shown in the course structure leading to a total of 120 ECTS to graduation. Structure:1 Year - 8 core courses, practical work, research methodology, 2 elective courses, Year 2 - 2 modules (international relations, economic diplomacy), elective courses, master thesis Mode of study: part-time Degree awarded: magister/magistrica politologije to master in political science Language of the program: English; the programme is delivered in Koper (year 1) and Moscow (Year 2) in collaboration with Moscow State University Lomonosov
Programme director: assist. prof. dr. Primož Šterbenc