When you approach the final years of the Political Sciences Degree, it is often you ask yourself “what do I do now? Which path do I choose? What do I want to be?”. It is normal, we have all done it.
After four years of tackling different subjects that range from Political Philosophy to Administration Science, from Public Law to Economy, or from Electoral Analysis and Sociology to International Relations, political scientists are faced with a vital decision: what area of knowledge do I want to specialise in?
Well, a lot of you opt for the area of International Relations.
There are many opportunities offered in this area: working in a European institution, being a volunteer for the United Nations, working in an international lobby or performing your work as a political scientist in an NGO. Among those we also cannot forget the possibilities that the Diplomatic School offers us.
As well as being able to prepare oppositions for the Diplomatic Body, the Diplomatic School has a Master course that might interest you: Interuniversity Master in Diplomacy and International Relations.
Its objective, so they say is “to become, through teaching and academic work, in the centre of state reference in the formation of analysts and specialists in international relations”.
To get on to the Master course you have to take some access tests. Both Patricia Roldán and Daniel Torres, former students of Political Sciences, chose this path and passed the tests. Patricia finished the Master this year and Daniel starts next year…