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Research Master's Programs - International Relations with a specialization in Negotiation and International Cooperation 2019-2021

RCP-SO-20-No.226-2015

Modality: face-to-face

Objective

To train graduates with necessary theoretical and methodological skills in order to understand the dynamics of current international processes and to report processes of decision-making procedures, research and teaching in the field of international studies. The specialization in negotiation and international cooperation emphasizes issues of international cooperation, globalization and integration.

Who is it for?

Graduated students and professionals with tertiary studies in Social Sciences interested in entering the world of international studies through teaching, research or professional practice in any international organization, state institution, non-governmental organization and / or center research. This Master´s program is also directed to officials from international organizations, diplomatic service and foreign policy analysts.

Occupational field

The program prepares specialized professionals in international relations for the exercise in different State institutions, private companies, non-profit organizations, international organizations, etc.

Curriculum structure

In order to get a Master’s degree, students must complete 64 credits in total, divided in:

  • 12 courses of four credits each with a total of 48 credits
  • A research workshop of twelve credits
  • 4 credits for the production and presentation of the master's thesis.
Class schedule
From Monday to Friday from 07:00 to 09:00 or from 5:00 to 8:00.

Syllabus*

Área
Cursos


Formación general Teoría social
Pensamiento político
Teorías del desarrollo


Especialización Teoría e historia de las relaciones internacionales
Organizaciones internacionales
Economía política internacional
Cooperación internacional
Globalización e integración


Área metodológica
Métodos cualitativos de investigación aplicados a las relaciones internacionales


Taller de tesis
Taller de Tesis I, II y III


Optativas del programa** Política exterior
Estado, nación y globalización
Comercio internacional
Derechos humanos y relaciones internacionales
* Certain matters might be subject to changes.

** The students in addition can choose for the set of courses that offer FLACSO's different educational programs.

Lines of investigation

  • Globalization and Regionalism
  • Foreign policy
  • International political economy

Admission requirements

  • Third level degree in the field of international relations, or in some area of social sciences such as political science, sociology, history, economics or law, conferred by a duly accredited institution of higher education.
  • Ability to read and understand texts in English.
  • Have the means to finance the studies and study them with due dedication.
  • Completion of an academic aptitude exam.
  • Comply with all the specific requirements of the teaching program to which you apply and those indicated in the 'Application process' section of the online application form.
  • Pass the master's admission exam (an optional preparatory course will be offered prior to the exam).

Entry Process

All applicants will enter a selection process. Through the website: www.flacso.edu.ec, applicants must complete the application online, attach all required documentation and send it to FLACSO Ecuador. Selected applicants will be interviewed by FLACSO professors. 

Stipend scholarships and financial assistance

FLACSO Ecuador has a scholarship and financial assistance policy for students admitted into its Master's programs. The policy is shaped by criteria of academic performance and by the socio-economic situation of the applicants.

Calendar

    • Application Deadline: until May 31, 2019
    • Entrance exam: June 15 (saturday)
    • Interviews to preselected: from June 24 to July 5
    • Admission information: July 18
    • Admission decisions: August 15
    • Registration period: from September 19 to October 3
    • Extraordinary registrations: October 4 to 18
    • First day of classes: October 21, 2019

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