International Relations

Seven Ways to Stand Out Without Showing Off

Some of us want to stay in the background and go through life without being noticed – flying under the radar, taking credit for little, and being satisfied with the bliss of obscurity. These people are satisfied to live without acknowledgment and to be a simple footnote to life. However, some of us (maybe most […]

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​Professor Spotlight: Charles Webel

Today we continue our UNYP Professor Spotlight series by interviewing Charles Webel. Dr. Webel is a Distinguished University Scholar Emeritus, Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley, and a Professor of International Economic Relations at the University of New York in Prague. Dr. Webel first taught at the age of 19 as a student at the University […]

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Professor Spotlight: Óscar Hidalgo-Redondo

The first thing that comes to mind when students are asked why they like studying at UNYP is national diversity and the opportunity to meet different cultures in one place. Nevertheless not only students of UNYP are diverse. We recruit our academic staff from all over the world to pass on best practices and knowledge […]

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Bachelor in International Relations: Concentration in Conflict and Security Studies

Make the world a safer place with a Bachelor in International Relations with a Conflict and Security Studies concentration Conflict and Security Studies is a discipline that focuses on risk and conflict. Conflict is easily understood as both violent action and politics conducted under the threat of violence, but Conflict and Security Studies also encompass […]

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Bachelor in International Relations: Concentration in Diplomacy and International Law

Prepare for a meaningful career with a Bachelor in International Relations with a Diplomacy and International Law concentration Diplomacy and International Law have always been interdependent but separate practices. International law is the set of rules and precedents that serve as a binding framework for stable,organized and peaceful international relations, while diplomacy is the process […]

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Bachelor of Political Science

About the Political Science program We live in a time of rapid changes that have transformed the traditional understanding of societal relations and our interactions with others. Our local, regional, national, and continental environments have changed, and our societies are more open than ever. At the same time, these transformations have caused the rise of […]

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Bachelor of International Relations

Reach new agreements in diplomacy with a Bachelor in International Relations The University of New York in Prague offers American and European bachelor’s degrees in International Relations, with the unique opportunity to receive dual degrees from the State University of New York, Empire State College, and a Czech-accredited UNYP degree (bakalář, Bc.). All UNYP programs are taught entirely in […]

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Bachelor’s Programs

American Bachelor‘s Programs  UNYP cooperates with the State University of New York, Empire State College to offer accredited 4-year Bachelor’s degree programs taught entirely in English. Students can earn an accredited bachelor’s degree from SUNY Empire State College while studying and focusing on different major/concentration offerings at a private university in Prague. Some concentrations/majors may be taken in […]

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UNYP Launches Six New Bachelor’s Concentrations

The University of New York in Prague is introducing six new concentrations in partnership with the State University of New York, Empire State College, within the Communication and Media Bachelor’s program and the International Relations Bachelor’s program. New Communication and Media concentrations: Public Relations Media Marketing Multimedia Journalism New International Relations concentrations: Diplomacy and International […]

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International Relations and Hope

As images of the war in Ukraine and its atrocities fill the news, the importance of studying international relations feels increasingly more evident. The latest developments remind us that peace is both precious and fragile. International affairs are not far-off abstractions, but directly impact our lives. We clearly see the real implications of our studies: […]

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