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To gain knowledge of the complex world we currently live in and to prepare students by providing them with the skills to thrive in the 21st century. The International Relations and Global Affairs major will give students the ability and expertise to work in international organizations such as the United Nations as well as private corporate industry.

 We offer a 3-year Bachelor of Arts degree with additional professional Internship or senior thesis option. Students will be able to choose to either learn practical skills that are relevant to their future careers with the internship or in-depth research skills obtained from a term length Senior Thesis with an approved advisor in the preferred fields of study. 

Our graduates have a wide range of professional employment. Our graduates are or have been employed in the following organizations and fields. The list is not exhaustive as our graduates are diverse.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Kingdom of Thailand, United Nations High Commission for Refugees, International Organization for Migration, German Development Foundation, USAID, Thai Political Parties, Entrepreneurship, Groupon, Reuters, Bangkok Post, Marriot Hotels, TED Talks, Bangkok Airways, Mae Faa Luang Foundation, Nation TV among many others.

No, The International Relations and Global Affairs major does not have math requirements for entry in the college or in the curriculum.

No, we do not expect students to have studied International Relations before, or indeed any of the subjects within the curriculum. We offer students with no prior knowledge of International Relations an opportunity to build a foundation to their undergraduate education and evolve to be proficient students by the time of graduation.

The Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Global Affairs has a total cost of THB 620,000.

 English is the only language used for instruction or all courses and activities MUIC-wide. 

Yes, International Relations and Global Affairs majors can choose a Psychology minor or minors from others divisions within the college.

There are many options for safe, affordable and comfortable housing on campus as well as near the university in Salaya.

MUIC uses a trimester system of education. Classes are conducted in Salaya for 12-week blocks 3 times per year with an intensive summer session.

We have a diverse faculty and student base. Currently, over the course of a year we have over 500 inbound exchange students from North America, Europe and Asia. We offer our students an excellent international and multicultural environment.

Yes, we have agreements with over 100 universities worldwide to study abroad in an exchange program. We encourage our students to take advantage of this opportunity and engage with universities and students from around the world. Students can exchange from 1 term to 1 full academic year.

A capstone course is for students in their last term of study. Students in the International Relations and Global Affairs major must choose either a term length Senior Thesis with an approved advisor or a professional internship that the Social Science Division provides.

Prospective students can apply 3 times per year in accordance with MUIC admissions policy.

 We offer our students an excellent international and multicultural environment with a diverse faculty and student base from all over the world. Students in IRGA will also be able to participate in field trips, special workshops and international conferences. 

 Yes, all students are eligible to apply for study abroad program i their second or third year. We have partner universities in Europe, North America, and Asia and Pacific. Students can check MUIC Study Abroad website for more information. 

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