Are you interested in International Relations and its challenges in issues such as politics, terrorism or climate change? Are you attracted to the world of Diplomacy and conflict resolution? Do you want to understand the complex world in which we live and learn to run it…and improve it?
Do you want to be fully acquainted with and know how to handle the media, social networks and press departments? Only with sound language training and advanced intercultural, business and political communication skills will you be able to aspire to be a leader in that world.
If the answer is yes, RRII-COM is the degree you are looking for. RRII-COM provides a broad foundation for moving into professional roles within fields such as diplomacy, international political management, strategic communication or transnational business, all from the standpoint of fundamentally practical multilingual training, which is entirely orientated towards current labor market needs.
9 January to 28 April 2017.
Saturday 11 March 2017 at 10:00 in Cantoblanco.
Course fees: €1,482.00 plus nine monthly installments of €1,265.82 each.
Information and Student Reception Office
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
Tel.: 91 540 61 32
Fax: 91 559 65 69
Individuals who are interested in current world affairs, international politics, understanding how our globalized world works, experiencing other countries and cultures as well as being able to communicate with them.
Individuals who are interested in working, and willing to work, in an international environment, possibly outside Spain.
Individuals who are also interested in communicating in a broad, international and strategic sense (business, institutional and political communication, etc., as well is in a more sectorial sense in journalism or advertising).
Individuals with a high level of English and who are interested in perfecting or learning two additional foreign languages (out of German, Arabic, Chinese, French and Portuguese).
Completion of the current secondary and pre-university education preparation course in the Spanish Education System or in another declared equivalent, as well as successful completion of the university admissions test.
Students from foreign education systems:
Education systems from EU member States or from other states Spain has signed international agreements with to mutually recognize completion of the current secondary and pre-university education preparation course, students holding the European Baccalaureate or those holding the International Baccalaureate Diploma must accredit compliance with admission requirements by obtaining the accreditation from the National University for Distance Education (UNED).
Education systems from NON-EU member states or where there are no international agreements signed to recognize completion of the current secondary and pre-university education preparation course must accredit compliance with admission requirements by obtaining the Official accreditation of completion of the current secondary and pre-university education preparation course.
Other forms of admission to the Spanish University System: see Royal Decree 412/2014, dated 6 June, which defines the basic regulations of the admission procedures to official university Bachelor's Degree studies.
The admission tests will be held on 5 and 6 May 2017.
The admissions tests comprise:
Test in other languages (in the event that the candidate already has knowledge of German, Arabic, Chinese, French and Portuguese). Prior knowledge of these languages is not essential.
General cultural knowledge test.
International current affairs test.
Spanish language test.
Brief essays in English, Spanish and in other foreign languages;
Interviews in English, Spanish and in other foreign languages.
Personal interview regarding motivations
75%: Admissions test
25%: Academic records from the 3rd and 4th years of Compulsory Secondary Education and from the 1st year of pre-university education preparation courses
The admissions test grade of applicants will be obtained by applying the following weighting:
Results obtained from the foreign language tests, except those from the English test, will not determine admissions but will be used to assign applicants to groups with the appropriate level in the first academic year.
Each application is presented and assessed conjointly by the Admissions Committee of the Faculty, which comprises the following members: The Dean, Vice-Dean of Academic Affairs, Heads of Studies, and the interview lecturers. The Committee notifies the Dean of its decision who in turn grants admission to students.
On completing the studies, students will be awarded two university degrees. With the Bachelor's Degree in International Relations, students will have acquired political, legal, economic and financial knowledge, which is essential for working in an international environment of excellence, via a practical and interactive approach that provides all the necessary skills and abilities to handle themselves professionally with ease and precision in any part of the world. Additionally, in the last two years of the degree they will have become specialized, via Official Concentrations, in the areas in which they want to pursue their successful professional careers (Law and Diplomacy; Economics and Business; Foreign Policy and International Security).
With the Bachelor's Degree in Global Communication, our graduates become professional communicators with the knowledge, skills and tools to successfully manage all the elements of institutional, political and corporate communication in a global, intercultural and multilingual environment.
As such, they are ideally prepared to embark on successful professional careers in the following areas:
The Dual Degree in International Relations and in Global Communication is the combination of two independent 4-year degrees. A series of common contents between the two degrees allows them both to be studied in only 5 years with a higher than average study workload and student effort (average of 72 ECTS per academic year).
In the last two years of their studies, students will delve deeper into their training and enhance their employability through three Official Specialization Concentrations: Economics and Business, Law and Diplomacy, and Foreign Policy and Security. The modules on each plan correspond to specific professional profiles (diplomatic service, international business management, and security and defense analysis).
One of the standout features of the RRII-COM is its orientation towards internships and specific international labor market demands. For that reason, our students carry out compulsory external internships throughout the 4th and 5th academic years. The entities in which our students experience their future professional reality are of the highest prestige and specialize in the areas of International Relations and International Communication.
•Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation; •Ministry of Defense; •Foreign embassies in Madrid; •Security forces and intelligence services; •Spanish Institute for Strategic Studies; •Casa de América; •Casa Sefarad-Israel; •Casa Árabe, •ESglobal; •International Organization for Migration; •International Red Cross; •Spanish Congress of Deputies; •Repsol; •Carolina Foundation; •Rafael del Pino Foundation• and 21 other entities.
RRII-COM is a highly international study program, not only for its content but also for its training and structure.
For further information on the countries that have specific exchange agreements, you can see the map of universities