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Degree in International Relations

Course Curriculum 2018/2019


1st Year, 1st SemesterCurricular UnitECTSTTPPLTCOTSEOTotal
English B1.156060
Introduction to Economics56060
Introduction to Law8453075
Methodology and Research in International Relations66060
Statistics and Data Analysis56060

1st Year, 2nd SemesterCurricular UnitECTSTTPPLTCOTSEOTotal
English B1.256060
History of International Relations56060
Information and Knowledge Society3
International Economics and Globalisation66060
Public International Law6303060
Theory of International Relations66060

2nd Year, 1st SemesterCurricular UnitECTSTTPPLTCOTSEOTotal
Contemporary International Politics66060
English B2.166060
European Union Law5303060
Human Rights and International Cooperation66060
Political Science7453075

2nd Year, 2nd SemesterCurricular UnitECTSTTPPLTCOTSEOTotal
Development, power and inequality66060
English B2.266060
Geostrategy and Resources66060
International Organisations66060
International Relations Issues66060

3rd Year, 1st SemesterCurricular UnitECTSTTPPLTCOTSEOTotal
English C1.166060
Entrepreneurship54545
Peace and Security Studies66060
optionalDiplomacy and international negotiation56060
optionalEconomic Development54545
optionalEconomy and Politics of Tourism5
optionalEuropean Studies56060
optionalGeography of Tourism5
optionalHistory of Law6
optionalHuman Resources Management54545
optionalInternational Economic Law6
optionalOrganizational Psychology54545
optionalRegional Economic Integration8
optionalSociology Tourism5

3rd Year, 2nd SemesterCurricular UnitECTSTTPPLTCOTSEOTotal
Democracy and international governance6
English C1.266060
Foreign Policy Analysis6
optionalAfrican Studies56060
optionalAmerican Studies56060
optionalAsian Studies56060
optionalCommercial Policy7
optionalCompared Legal Systems6
optionalCorporate Planning54545
optionalInternational Business Management54545
optionalInternational Responsibility7
optionalManagement Control54545
optionalMarkets and Products in Tourism4
optionalPromotion and Development of Tourist Destinations5

Contact hours will be available soon.

Note: The available optional courses are defined annually by the faculty.

Other information

No 3º Ano, os estudantes terão que optar por uma área específica, tendo cada uma um conjunto associado de unidades curriculares:

  • Minor em Economia
  • Minor em Gestão
  • Minor em Direito
  • Minor em Turismo
  • Especialização em Diplomacia e Estudos de Área

Por favor consulte a  informação das unidades curriculares associadas a cada ramo.

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