Starting in September 2018, the Center for Global Politics and the Dresden International University offer a master-level qualification on the topic of “Promises and Disruptions of Global Flows”.
News from Jun 26, 2018
The Center for Global Politics (CGP) offers a European intellectual response to challenges and opportunities caused by globalization.The CGP makes a difference: the Center and its programs are part of Freie Universität Berlin, a first-rate German University of Excellence with a strong reputation as an international network university in Germany, in Europe, and beyond.
The Dresden International University was established in April 2003. Currently more than 2.900 students are registered in 38 courses of studies. About 33% of these students are foreigners from 30 nations. Intercultural competence of students and staff, language training and international community life are different factors of DIUs internationalization.
About our cooperation: Students don’t have to complete a full degree, but gain extra qualification to enhance their knowledge and expertise with this unique online certificate. Our cooperation offers an innovative, web-based learning environment and supervision by dedicated scholars from around the world.
The module “Promises and Disruptions of Global Flows” integrates the issue of global flows of capital, trade and services, information and people, which are dramatically altering the nature of politics and the opportunities for nation states to deal with or influence events. The traditional nation state approach is no longer sufficient for explaining the developments in today’s globalized world. Therefore, innovative approaches are necessary. The Certificate provides the students with the tools students need to navigate the complexities of these dynamic developments. It introduces to the concept of global flows and global governance.
The program will take 9-12 months and include 4 cutting-edge modules. Completing this state-of-the-art online certificate will improve your understanding of global flows and politics.
Applications are welcome till August 31, 2018.