International Relations - Stamford International University


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July 2017

International Program


The study of International Relations is becoming ever more important as our world becomes more interconnected. But what exactly is International Relations all about?

Traditionally, International Relations sets out to examine and analyze a global environment that is composed principally of sovereign states that pursue, promote, and protect their respective national interests. However, since the 1990s, its scope has expanded and now it deals with the nature of the changing relations and linkages between states and non-state actors. More importantly, it aims to explain the mechanics of the international system – the forces, factors and interests, customs, rules, norms, institutions and organizations that both define the world today and impact our lives.

Stamford’s Bachelor of Business Administration with Concentration in International Relations is a Business Administration program which further develops the students’ aptitude in the area of political awareness, economic understanding, and international cooperation. Other highlights are:

  • Case study concentration on ASEAN
  • Learn about Conceptualization, Linkage, Analysis, and Prescription/Prediction which are useful methodology for future career
  • Job market oriented, emphasized on Applied International Relations


Student Exchange

Possibility to join exchange program with EU Business School, which has campuses in Germany, Spain and Switzerland.


Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate a working knowledge of and a capacity to apply international relations in real world situations.
  • Acquire and develop strong research skills.
  • Critically analyze international events and issues as well as identify global trends.
  • Demonstrate effective written and oral communications skills.
  • Develop aptitude in the areas cultural competency, international cooperation and problem solving, and global citizenship.
  • Learn to use conceptual tools proficiently either in the public policy arena or the business world.



  • Careers in government, journalism, law, intergovernmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, international business (risk analysis, consulting), and academic
  • Studying International Relations gives the student many useful transferable skills including:
    • The ability to research, source and examine information thoroughly
    • The capacity to critically analyze evidence and construct coherent arguments
    • Excellent writing and speaking capabilities
    • Strong competency in intellectual and creative endeavors
    • Teamwork in multi-cultural environments
    • Solid understanding and appreciation of global politics
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