Official Master's Degree in International Affairs: Economics, Politics and Law


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The Official Master's Degree in International Affairs: Economics, Politics and Law is offered by the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and by the Faculty of Law at Comillas Pontifical University (ICADE), through the Center for Legal Innovation in Law.

ICADE is probably the most international university in the Spanish with a global network of exchange programs boasting partners of great prestige and reputation.

The Official Master's Degree in International Affairs: Economics, Politics and Law has a multidisciplinary approach that favors the analysis of international affairs from a perspective that combines the economic, political and legal fields. The students are awarded the Official Master's Degree in International Affairs: Economics, Politics and Law.

In short, the professional careers it leads to and the interest shown by companies in this course justify its place among our Official Bachelor's Degree programs.


Applicant profile:

The Master's Degree in International Affairs is designed for licentiate degree holders or graduates wishing to prepare ahead of joining the employment market in the field of international, multilateral or regional organizations, engaging in a diplomatic or public role in national or international administration bodies; it is also aimed at professionals who want to change their career path to the field of public or private international relations. 

Admission requirements and eligibility criteria:

  • Holding a Bachelor's Degree from a Spanish university or equivalent degree from an overseas university (or a Licentiate Degree under the previous Spanish education system). In addition, applicants in possession of a Bachelor's Degree compliant with education systems outside the European Higher Education Area that is not accredited may also be exceptionally admitted. In this case, the admission application must be addressed to the Rector.
  • Having a solid academic record, or having completed an internship or having relevant work experience (50%).
  • Providing proof of sufficient knowledge of English/Spanish, particularly in the field of international affairs, as some of the subjects of this program may be taught in English (20%). Additional tests may be carried out in order to verify the candidate's analytical thinking, written and oral expression, and learning skills (10%).
  • Admission interview with the Master's Course Director (20%).

Admission process:

  • Submission of applications: The admission application must be submitted before the deadline indicated to such effect, using the standard form and supplying all the supporting documents in compliance with the admission requirements.
  • Admission application review and personal interview: once the documents received have been reviewed, the selection process will be completed by calling the applicant in for a personal interview with the Course Director or Coordinator. Depending on the candidate's availability and location, the interview may also be conducted via telephone or Skype.
  • Admission decision: 
    Admission to the Official Master's Degree in International Affairs: Economics, Politics and Law is decided by the Deans of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and the Faculty of Law, through the Master's Course Director, who follows the advice of the University's Admission Subcommittee. This Admission Subcommittee will be constituted by the Deans of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, and the Faculty of Law, the Head of the Center for Legal Innovation in Law (CID), the Master's Course Director and Coordinator. In the case of degrees awarded outside the EHEA, it will fall to the Rector to make the decision following examination of the report issued by the Acting Subcommittee under the Postgraduate Committee, as provided for in Article 50.5 b) of the Regulations. The Committee's report should necessarily issue a decision on the correspondence between the level of training of this degree and that of Spanish university degrees; and if the foreign degree entitles the student to be admitted to the same level of postgraduate studies in the issuing country.
  • Decision notification: the decision on admission will be notified to the interested party by mail; moreover, an email and SMS message will be sent to the email address and mobile number, respectively, that are indicated in the application. The candidate may also check the status of their application through the Admissions Portal.

Support Program for Students with Disabilities

Admission application deadline:

The admission application filing period begins on January 9, 2017 until all places are filled.

Information notice on the documents to be submitted

Fees:

The total fee for the Master's program is € 16,000.00, broken down into the registration fee and eight installments. The fees only include accommodation and classes at Georgetown University.

  • Registration fee: € 2,104.20.
  • 8 installments: € 1,737.00.

*If you are an alumni, you are entitled to 10% discount to be applied to your last installment.

Any Mexican students admitted onto our Master's program whose studies are funded by FIDERH will receive a discount from Comillas equivalent to 10% of the total fees of the course of study in which they are enrolled.

Length:

One academic year (October - August). Classes end in June. 
60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits. 
Attendance mode: Full time.

If approval is granted by the relevant Deans of the Master's program, the students may enroll in part-time study worth 30 ECTS credits in the first year and another 30 in the second year.

Classes begin on:

October 3, 2017

Course times:

Monday to Thursday, 17:00 - 21:00, and some Friday classes if required.

Campus:

Comillas Pontifical University campus at c/ Alberto Aguilera, 23 Madrid, and a student exchange period at Georgetown University, Washington D.C.

Master's Course Director:
Gonzalo Gómez Bengoechea, PhD
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Information:

Master's Course Coordinator: 
Ms. Isabel Martínez de las Heras 
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C. Alberto Aguilera, 23 
Tel.: 91 5422800 (ext. 2260) 
Fax: 91 5596569

CID Registrar: 
Ms. Paloma de Benito. 
Ms. Paloma Carranza. 
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C. Alberto Aguilera, 23 
Tel.: 91 5422800 (ext. 2262 and 2196)

Legal considerations to study in Spain

Application for Foreign National Identity Card

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OBJECTIVES
  • Providing a multidisciplinary perspective of the most important contemporary global issues.
  • Equipping persons with the skills, competencies and professional skills in an international context that will be implemented in professional visits to be carried out in international organizations based in Washington D.C.
  • Offering comprehensive training to the students not only in terms of the development of their intellectual capacity but also their willingness as well as human and ethical sensibility, for these are values that are especially important in the field of international relations.
  • Training professionals to be highly qualified in international affairs.
METHODOLOGY

Teaching on the Master's program involves a combination of lectures, seminars and individual tutorials.

The lectures offer perspectives on all issues and opportunities to update materials and provide examples that are relevant to theoretical presentations.

Here, the students make presentations and take part in structured debates. Individual tutoring seeks to provide useful guidance for study and help resolve any difficulties that may arise throughout the learning process.

Formal contact hours with the lecturer are supplemented with self-study hours, where the students have the opportunity to engage in guided reading assignments based on a list of resources provided by the lecturer, class preparation, writing assignments, completing exercises and making oral presentations.

ASSESSMENT METHODS

The student must pass the assessments of the program's subjects.

The evaluation of the student's knowledge will be performed by using methods of continuous assessment and examinations.

DESCRIPTION OF THE SPECIFIC SKILLS OF THE COMPULSORY SUBJECTS (25 CREDITS  + 2 GEORGETOWN SEMINAR):

COMPULSORY SUBJECTADVANCED SPECIAL SKILL
INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS (6 Credits) SS1. Learning about the analysis methods needed to understand the international economic and financial facts and processes. SS2. Acquiring a theory-based and practical understanding of the issues arising from the continuing economic interaction between countries.
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (6 Credits) SS3. Specialist knowledge of the planning and implementation of an international business strategy SS4. Analysis of problems and adoption of the most suitable solutions to practical international business problems
LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS (6 credits) SS5. Learning about the reform of the major international institutions and redefining their scope of action and powers. SS6. Gaining an understanding and learning how to resolve the issues relating to coexistence between the legal systems of the Member States and European Union Law. SS7. Expertise, through simulations, concerning the practical operation of the European Union institutions.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (6 Credits) SS8. Identifying and recognizing the issues and challenges of international security and conflict resolution. SS9. Learn about the main authors, ideas and approaches in the study of international relations.
ETHICS IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS (1 Credit) SS10. Gaining an understanding of the major ethical dilemmas present in international affairs.
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY SEMINAR (2 Credits) SS11. Understanding the principles of foreign policy and trade policy of the United States.

DESCRIPTION OF THE SPECIFIC SKILLS OF THE MASTER'S PROGRAM'S OPTIONAL SUBJECTS.

OPTIONAL SUBJECTSADVANCED SPECIAL SKILLS
TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE EUROPEAN UNION (4 credits) CEO1. Gaining a thorough understanding of trade flows and investments affecting the European Union.
REGIONAL ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT (4 credits) CEO2. Knowledge of regional economies and regional development policies.
ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION: THEORY AND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE (4 credits) CEO3. Advanced knowledge of the causes and effects of economic globalization.
INTERNATIONAL GEOSTRATEGY: GEOPOLITICS AND GEOECONOMICS (4 credits) CEO4. Advanced knowledge of the economic and political scopes of international geostrategy.
ECONOMIC GROWTH (4 credits) CEO5. Detailed knowledge of economic growth drivers.
GLOBALIZATION POLICY:  GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND DEMOCRACY (4 Credits) CEO6. Learning about and gaining an in-depth understanding of the phenomenon of political globalization, with particular reference to global democracy and governance.
INTERNATIONAL SECURITY POLICY. TERRORISM AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW. CRIMINAL AND POLICE COOPERATION WITHIN EUROPE (4 credits) CEO7. Advanced knowledge of international security policy, with particular reference to the fight against terrorism and criminal cooperation in Europe.
INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW (4 Credits) CEO8. Advanced knowledge and in-depth understanding of the current regulatory framework of international trade in the context of the World Trade Organization.
INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION AND CONTRACTING CEO9. Detailed knowledge of the strategic and cultural aspects of international negotiation and contracting.
IMMIGRATION AND ASYLUM POLICY (4 credits) CEO10. Specialized knowledge of immigration and asylum policy.

DESCRIPTION OF THE SPECIFIC SKILLS OF THE FINAL MASTER'S PROJECT OR DISSERTATION.

SUBJECTADVANCED SPECIAL SKILL.
MASTER'S DISSERTATION (6 Credits) CE12. Conducting a research project with academic and scientific rigor on international politics or international trade.

DESCRIPTION OF THE SPECIFIC SKILLS OF THE INTERNSHIP.

SUBJECTADVANCED SPECIAL SKILL.
INTERNSHIP (3 Credits) CE13 - Applying theoretical knowledge throughout the professional internship in organizations related to politics and international business.

Timetable

Curriculum approved by ANECA dated July 29, 2013.

The Master's program comprises two parts: a first part of common subjects and a second part of study plans for the students to further develop their knowledge of one of the two areas addressed: economics-business, and law-politics.

In the first part comprising core subjects (25 credits), it is proposed that students acquire a sufficient level of competence in the key areas of international affairs —Economics, Business, Law and International Policy— while incorporating the ethics subject, being thus structured as follows:

  • International Economics (6 credits)
    • International trade theory and policy.
    • International monetary and financial theory and policy.
    • New open-economy macroeconomics.
    • International macroeconomic policy.
  • International Business (6 credits)
    • The strategy of an international company and its structure: International, multinational, global, transnational.
    • Entry strategy and forms of entry: Exports; licenses; franchises; joint ventures; strategic partnerships; direct investment.
    • Production and international logistics in international business.
    • Organization, financing and marketing in international business.
    • Mechanisms of international financing and decision-making.
  • Legal and institutional aspects of European integration and international organizations (6 credits)
    • Redefining the role and organizational structure of the major international organizations (UN, WTO, NATO, etc.).
    • The European Union as a quasi-federal model and its current crisis.
    • The idiosyncrasies of the European Union's structure, bodies and powers.
    • The issue of the distribution of powers and the complexity of decision-making.
    • The effects on the internal market of the four fundamental freedoms and policies of the European Union (common commercial policy, CAP, competition policy) both internally and externally.
  • International Relations (6 credits)
    • The major paradigms in international relations (realism, pluralism, neo-realism, neo-liberalism, multilateralism) and their application to the 21st Century and its challenges.
    • The transformations of the main actors in international relations (states, international organizations, global civil society, NGOs, transnational companies, etc.) and their relationship with power.
    • The dynamics of contemporary international society (hegemonic empires collapsed states, decision-making in foreign policy with a special focus on Spain, etc.).
    • Lessons learned from the Arab-Israeli conflict and the conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan, and their impact on current international relations.
  • Ethics in International Affairs (1 credit)
    • Ethics and civilizations.
    • Ethical interpretation.
    • Tolerance and multiculturalism.
    • Inequality across the world.

After completing the core subjects, the optional study plans become available: economics-business and law-politics, each with a total of 20 credits divided into 5 areas of 4 credits each. Both lines of specialization specifically encompass an international and European approach to the issues studied, placing emphasis on the present configuration of international affairs, as well as the many faces of globalization, the current issues relating to international security, and the challenges of the European project. The students must take 20 credits from one of the study plans and 4 credits from the other, which means they can choose their optional subjects in a cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary manner.

In this respect, the economics-business administration study plan includes the following materials:

  • Trade and investment in the European Union (4 credits)
    • European Union trade policy: bilateral free trade agreements in the European Union.
    • The impact of trade policies and major trade flows in the European Union.
    • International flows of direct investment in European Union countries.
  • Regional economy and development (4 credits)
    • The concept and types of region.
    • Theory of cumulative causation.
    • Growth poles theory.
    • Cohesion in the EU: current data and trends.
    • Cohesion policy in the European Union and its regional impact.
  • Economic globalization: theory and empirical evidence (4 credits)
    • The concepts of globalization and growth.
    • Inequality, poverty and globalization.
    • Labor and capital markets, and globalization.
    • Technology and the globalization process.

And the law-politics study plan:

  • Political globalization, global democracy and governance (4 credits)
    • The world governance model.
    • Globalization and democracy: Chile.
    • Globalization and development: India and Brazil.
    • Globalization challenges: Security, Poverty and Human Rights.
  • International security policy. Terrorism and international criminal law. Criminal and police cooperation within Europe (4 credits)
    • Aspects of international security policy.
    • New approaches to international terrorism.
    • International criminal law and its jurisdictional channels.
    • Practical application of international instruments for criminal and police cooperation in Europe.
  • International trade law: WTO (4 credits)
    • Economic and legal logic of the multilateral trading system: Tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade.
    • Special consideration of the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) on industrial products, goods and services.
    • Special and differential treatment for developing countries.
  • International geostrategy: geopolitics and geo-economics (4 credits)
    • International energy geostrategy.
    • International energy geopolitics.
    • International energy geo-economics.
  • Economic growth (4 credits)
    • Economic growth indicators and theories.
    • The Solow growth model.
    • Institutional and technological factors in economic growth.
    • Humanitarian aid and growth: empirical evidence.
  • International negotiating and contracting (4 credits)
    • International negotiation: strategy and cultural elements.
    • Legal basis of international negotiating and contracting.
    • International contracts: commercial purchase and sale, distribution and brokerage, and business cooperation.
    • Conflict prevention and resolution.
  • Immigration and asylum policy (4 credits)
    • Contemporary migration.
    • Controlling irregular immigration in the European Union.
    • The configuration of a common policy on legal immigration.
    • The internal and external dimensions of asylum in the European Union.

Moreover, the students must take the International Seminar at Georgetown University (2 CREDITS) consisting of 18 theory class hours and visits to international organizations and federal institutions.

Finally, all students are expected to take an integrating module comprising the following:

CONFERENCE: "THE FUTURE OF THE EU: TOWARD A FEDERAL STRUCTURE IN THE ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL SPHERES"

Speaker:  Mr. Miguel Ángel Moltó Calvo, Head of the Applied Economics Department, University of Alicante.

Date: January 20, 2014

Time: 16:00

Venue: Room E-308

 

Conference cycle: Meetings with Ambassadors 

Conference: "Institutional stability, a great challenge to Latino America. The Chilean success story."

Speaker: Mr. Sergio Romero Pizarro, Chilean Ambassador to Spain.

Date: January 13, 2014

Time: 16:00

Room: E-308

 

Conference cycle: "Meetings with Ambassadors to Spain"

Conference: "Australia and Spain's interests".

Speaker: Mr. Enrique Viguera Navas, Spanish Ambassador to Australia.

Date: December 9, 2013

Time: 16:00

Room: E-308

 

Conference cycle: "Meetings with Ambassadors to Spain"

Conference: "Bangladesh: development challenges and relations with Spain"

Speaker: Mr. Luis Tejada. Spanish Ambassador to Bangladesh.

Date: November 27

Time: 16:00

Room: E-308

 

Conference cycle: Meetings with Ambassadors to Spain: "Priority matters in Spain-U.S. relations"

Guest Speaker: Mr. Ramón Gil-Casares Satrústegui. Spanish Ambassador to the United States.

Date: October 23, 2013

Time: 16:00

Venue: Room E-308

 

"Multinational companies: from a culture of profitability to a culture of responsibility" 

Guest Speaker: Mr. Eduardo García Moreno. Head of Corporate Responsibility and Institutional Services for Repsol.

Date: October 28, 2013

Time: 16.00

Venue: Conference Hall

 

CYCLE OF "MEETINGS WITH AMBASSADORS": "Spain-Algeria, toward a proactive and global neighborliness"

Speaker: Mr. Gabriel Busquets Aparicio, Spanish Ambassador to Algeria.

Date: May 9

Time: 16.00

Venue: E-202

 

CYCLE: SPANISH AMBASSADORS. "The current status of Mexico-Spain relations"

Speaker: Mr. Manuel Alabart Fernández-Cavada, Spanish Ambassador to Mexico.

Date: April 3

Time: 16.00

Venue: E-202

The sectors in which our students could be employed include the following:

1. PUBLIC SECTOR:

Joining the Diplomatic Service both nationally and internationally. Adviser and assistant roles to politicians and political groups at national, regional, local and European/international levels. In this case, the civil servant positions in European Union institutions, as well as International Organizations in Europe and worldwide.

Roles in this area generally involve conducting research or studies on legislative, budgetary or economic proposals. Drafting of legislation and background reports, and organizing sector-specific meetings.

2. PRIVATE SECTOR:

  • Consultancy: Consultants are professionals who are trained to solve problems, develop strategies and improve their customers' needs regardless of the industry. Consultants help customers to solve specific problems (usually in the short term), while strategy consultants research and develop strategies to improve the company's objectives in the long term. Companies hire consultants not only for their ability to solve problems, but also for their objectivity. Usually, consultants conduct research, analyze data, prepare reports and present their findings; less often, they are involved in the actual implementation of the strategic plan designed. Mobility is another important aspect of the professional life of a consultant. Spending time with customers on the premises is an essential part of the consultant's duties.
  • International Business: The world has become a global market, and all kinds of companies are trying to expand their operations across national borders and the world. Multinational companies, joint ventures, financial institutions, law firms, consulting firms, goods manufacturers and service providers aiming to supply an international client-base. The most internationally oriented jobs in the business world involving marketing, sales, finance, operations and strategic planning.
  • Journalism: Journalists report on current affairs and other events of publications in the printed press and electronic media, or to be broadcast on radio or television. Journalists are constantly aware of the latest developments and breaking news, often observing such events, reviewing documents, or carrying out interviews with people. Journalists can specialize in fields such as politics, foreign affairs, business, arts, sports, health or science. Increasingly, the work is being carried out by communication teams made up of reporters, editors, photographers and graphic artists.
  • Risk Analyst: "Political, economic and legal risk". The term refers to the possibility that investors will lose money or make less money than expected due to political decisions, situations or events that occur in the country or emerging market in which they have invested. Specific problems include government instability, currency inconvertibility, expropriation and nationalization. Furthermore, risk analysts examine social conditions such as crime levels —the number of recent kidnappings, for example— and issues regarding land ownership rights when assessing the level of risk associated with any investment. Normally, "risk analysts" gather information about an area or a country, determine the causes and sources of the associated risks, and present their findings to their clients. Analysts may also be asked to come up with risk management solutions and make recommendations to customers who expect to invest in a specific part of the world. Analysts today can find employment with international organizations, smaller financial firms, credit rating agencies, energy companies, and online sites that specialize in selling political risk information. In addition, three departments within the largest banks perform political risk analysis: Credit, fixed income and variable income. Support to the financial analysis department for forecasting key economic variables; may require advanced skills, often at doctoral level. Those working in the credit rating agencies, credit institutions and organizations such as the European Union may be required to make a thorough economic analysis, and would be classified as "specialists". Analysts with more general knowledge about countries, legal systems and business practices can find employment with small consulting firms that gather and analyze information and then sell their findings to others.

3. NON-PROFIT SECTOR:

  • Associations: Associations are grouped under professional associations (existing to serve the interests of a professional group), professional associations (in place to serve corporate interests), or groups of people with common interests (such as philanthropic organizations and charitable foundations). Associations often engage in:
  • Keeping up to date with information about their professions.
  • Resolving employment issues and sharing the solutions applied.
  • Promoting the particular interests of the professional sector or group.
  • Educating the members and the public about the professional sector or group and their interests.
  • Establishing professional standards.
  • Establishing product safety and quality standards.
  • Promoting research on the profession/industry.
  • Collecting and analyzing data.
  • Promoting and mobilizing social and economic needs.
  • Serving as a conduit between the members and the government.
  • Helping the members to understand and comply with the new laws and regulations.
  • Humanitarian aid and disaster relief: The less developed regions of the world are affected by hunger, malnutrition, poor water quality and sanitation, as well as AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and other deadly diseases. In addition to social and healthcare dilemmas, extreme weather conditions also cause great harm to the disadvantaged. Humanitarian aid is an extremely complex subject-matter that involves many actors, including governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), such as UN agencies, trying to simultaneously respond to natural disasters (such as earthquakes and hurricanes) and/or complex emergencies (e.g. wars and other violent conflicts).
  • International Development: The goal of international development is to alleviate poverty among the people in developing countries. Strategies for improvement include investment in the economic, political and social spheres. Economic development ranges from the creation of a sound macroeconomic and fiscal policy for the promotion of small- to medium-sized enterprises to the introduction or expansion of microfinance. It also involves identifying and creating the necessary infrastructure to provide energy, transportation and health services for economic growth through the provision of technical assistance and access to funding. Political development focuses on the creation and promotion of good governance, including transparency of financial systems, an independent judiciary and active participation by civil society. Social development focuses on improving health, education and the social security system. Each of the areas is interrelated and interdependent. International development is, in fact, a global issue and a highly multidisciplinary field in professional terms.
  • International Education: International education encompasses a wide variety of careers including teaching, curriculum development, technical assistance, exchanges, training and the fostering of international understanding. International education professionals work in schools, universities, government agencies, non-governmental/non-profit organizations, foundations and private companies.
  • NGOs: The main objective is to promote, advocate or pursue a cause that is central to the existence of the organization and its mission. Missions can range from women's rights to economic development. Many non-profit organizations face a continuing crisis in terms of funding and resources.
  • Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution: Peace Studies is an interdisciplinary academic field that examines the causes of war and systemic oppression, and explores the processes by which they can resolve conflicts, maximize justice and minimize violence. It includes the study of economic, political and social systems at local, national and global levels, and examines ideology, culture and technology in relation to conflict and change. The activities related to the degree program in this field include policy research, the influence on the legislative framework, public education, petitions and protests, community service and intercultural diplomacy.
  • Think tanks: They are seen as non-partisan organizations that employ interdisciplinary approaches to finding long-term solutions to policy issues. Some can be seen more as pressure groups that promote a particular agenda, while others may resemble private-sector consulting organizations or academic institutions. In addition to their research, many research institutes host professional congresses, conferences and political forums. Their activities include monitoring legislative and executive actions to influence policies, legislation, regulations or negotiations on behalf of governments, industries, businesses, special interest groups or constituencies.
  • International Security: The goal of many service providers is to produce intelligence reports consisting evaluated information and forecasts that the political and military leaders, and governments can use in decision-making.

After more than 8 years since we began offering the Master's Degree in International Affairs: Economics, Politics and Law, the program has become one of the benchmark courses in Spain and Europe, given the year-on-year increase in student demand and recognition from the companies that have collaborated with the Master's program in addition to other employers.

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In Spain, we have not been able to collect data on the prospective employability of graduates relating to the Master's Degree in International Affairs; hence, as a benchmark, we think it is worth citing the 2011 data from the professional sector and average wage of students who hold a Master's Degree in International Affairs, published by the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego, USA:

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ACADEMIC CAREER PATHS

Moreover, the Official Master's Degree in International Affairs: Economics, Politics and Law also enables holders to gain admission to official doctorate programs as provided for in Royal Decree 99/2011 of January 28, which regulates official doctorate programs.

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