Students of international relations are given the opportunity to explore, criticize, and understand the social, political, and economic interactions of our modern globalized world. The Webster Leiden International Relations Program is designed to prepare students for leadership and service in the international community. Students study the great political forces, humanitarian problems and the dynamics of the world community using modern American and European approaches. Program structure: Webster's undergraduate programs follow a liberal arts system that is designed to provide students with a comprehensive education and a broad background for their future careers. Along with our Global Citizenship Program, students will be able to combine areas within their specialty with electives in other areas, which allows them to gain knowledge in various fields. Foreign relations courses are taught by scientists, political scientists, lawyers and ambassadors. Students are encouraged to take advantage of study opportunities abroad through the Webster system and take advantage of internship opportunities. The international character of the faculty and student community enriches this academic experience. Students experience first-hand international relations on campus Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the program, students will be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of key subfields and theories of international relations as a discipline. Identify the main actors and institutions of international relations and find out their functions. To analyze international problems from a point of view different from their own. Show acquaintance with foreign cultures and languages. Career Prospects: Graduates of international relations, thanks to their insight, knowledge and skills transferred, are prepared for the workforce and a wide range of professions in international agencies, government organizations and the global private sector on an international scale. Webster students have internships and are given valuable career opportunities in organizations such as the United Nations network, the OPCW, the Peace Corps, government ministries, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations, multinational corporations and embassies / consulates, or work as political consultants, lobbyists or journalists. For current internship opportunities, student activities, and achievements, please click here to visit the Facebook page for International Relations.