- Karlsruhe, Germany
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Winter Semester
- Program Description:
I get switched on when others tend to turn off. I'm passionately interested in what's happening in the world and its effects. I soak up new information like a sponge and throw myself into any new political debate. The major issues and challenges in our world especially revolving around peace, prosperity, environmental protection, justice and human rights are what excite and drive me on.
Economy, International Economics and International Management). Specialisation modules are offered in the later semesters. The general business administration modules (Introduction to Management and its Quantitative Methods, Business Environment, Basic Principles of Strategic Management, Managerial Accounting) are designed to give students and overview of the basic concepts of business administration and economics, before taking a closer look at the different functional areas of a company: Marketing, Operations Management & Statistics, Resources and International Finance.
1. Semester • Global Economy • Cultural Studies • Introduction in Political Science • Citizenship • Introduction to Scientific Research Methods • English as a Foreign Language 2. Semester • Sustainable Development • Political Philosophy • Introduction in Strategic Practice • Foreign Policy Analysis • Introduction to Scientific Research Methods • English as a Foreign Language 3. Semester • Area Studies • Anthropology • Conflict Resolution • Introductory Company Project • Foreign Language 4. Semester • International Collaboration • Contemporary Society • Elective • Advanced Company Project • Foreign Language 5. Semester • Civic Engagement: Action Research • Ethics: Globalization.Sustainability-Practice • Justice, Human and Constitutional Rights • Change & Innovation • Foreign Language 6. Semester • Service Internship • Action Plan
- Setting Description:
- interested in building bridges and find it rewarding when I can contribute to achieving or helping to develop solutions to the major challenge of finding peaceful resolutions to a conflict. I believe in diplomacy as a driving force on the conflict-ridden world stage. I want to encourage people to stop fighting each other with weapons or exploiting their economic power, but negotiate instead with words, knowledge and values. I see myself as a future intermediary between cultures and their respective interests. In future I can see myself either in the Federal Foreign Office, working for an international company or with an NGO. I want to learn about and understand the context of international politics and economics, ecology and ethics, legal regulations and cultural ideas, as well as the art of diplomatic negotiations from scratch. That's why I'm studying International Relations at Karlshochschule. Each module in the International Relations course at Karlshochschule opens up a new and exc
- € 690,- monthly Duration of studies 36 months
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