Södertörns högskola övergår till distansundervisning - ingen undervisning i högskolans lokaler från och med onsdag 18 mars.

Regeringen rekommenderade den 18 mars att alla högskolor och universitet går över till distansundervisning. Södertörns högskola har följt rekommendationen och ingen undervisning sker i högskolans lokaler tillsvidare, med största sannolikhet gäller detta hela vårterminen. Alla salsskrivningar ersätts med alternativ examinationsform under hela vårterminen. Studenter ombeds att ta del av information från respektive kurs eller program via Studiewebben. Medarbetare och studenter kommer in i högskolans lokaler med passerkort och både Infocenter och Biblioteket är öppna. Om du befinner dig i högskolans lokaler, tänk på att hålla avstånd till andra. För att minska smittspridningen har vi valt att stänga alla grupprum i biblioteket.

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2020-04-08

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Why this subject?

Do you want to understand how power is created and maintained in society?

Studying International Relations helps you independently analyse political problems and critically evaluate literature in the social sciences. If you want to work in external monitoring and opinion building, or in public administration and decision-making, then this is the subject for you.

During your studies you will examine issues such as: How does representative democracy work, formally and in practice? How do wars start and how can peace be achieved? How is power organised and distributed in global politics? Why does nationalism thrive despite globalisation? What does the future hold for European integration?

At Södertörn University, there are close links between the subjects of International Relations and Political Sciences. Södertörn University offers courses in International Relations at Bachelor’s level. At Master’s level, it is part of courses and programmes in Political Science. During your studies, you will meet specialist lecturers, many of whom conduct their own research. Researchers in International Relations are involved in work that examines subjects such as political parties, democracy and democratisation, migration and its consequences, leadership, policy processes, security policy and foreign policy.