The student who will acquire the “Bachelor” degree of this program:
and the student may deduct credits from the general and professional basic courses and from the professional courses based on the credit standard of the course chosen by himself from the elective course, taking into account the field of interest of the student to work in the future.
Bachelor’s degree in “International Relations” includes history of international relations, diplomatic service, consular service, basics of diplomatic ceremony and protocol, diplomatic document processing, economic diplomacy, diplomatic policy of cultural and humanitarian relations, international banking and currency policy, geopolitics studies specialized subjects such as fundamentals.
It is a well-established tradition that students who have obtained a “bachelor’s degree” through this program start their careers as foreign relations and contract-law specialists in all ministries, special departments of state administration, state-owned companies, and the central administrative apparatus of provincial cities. In the future, he advanced in his career and ascended through many stages of international relations, becoming a specialist in international relations, a socially and internationally recognized specialist, diplomat, and social worker.
Future trends of this program:
Graduates of this program can participate in the “Master of International Relations” course according to their wishes. Master’s course is 1.5-2 years. At this stage, the student acquires the theory and methodology of conducting research according to his profession, writes a research paper on a topic of his interest, and obtains a Master’s degree.
The master’s program in international relations will first of all improve the theoretical and methodological knowledge and skills of the master’s students who are studying at the advanced level of this field and are doing academic and research work according to their profession. It is to determine the direction of further development of those problems, and then provide the theoretical and methodological competence to reveal and summarize the acute problems to be solved.
Objectives of the Doctoral Degree Program in International Relations.
Since 1996, the school has been training specialists with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the field of “International Relations”. / In 2009, “Mongolian and English stenography – a method of learning writing from cursive” In 2009, “History of international relations of the 16th-19th centuries” /60pp./ In 2012, “History of international relations of the 20th century” /54pp ./2012, “Mongolia’s foreign relations and cooperation in the conditions of democratization and market” in 2006, published textbooks and manuals, which have been regularly used in international relations training.
Doctoral training of the school is to prepare high-level specialists with knowledge and practical experience who can effectively engage in academic and research work in the field of international relations. UIS was able to form a team of highly professional scientists and professors who can fulfill this goal.