International Relations Online Goes Physical With In-House Classes
International Relations Online master’s students will meet each other for the first time in person next week with the beginning of our in-house classes.
News from Sep 25, 2015
The International Relations Online master’s program at the Center for Global Politics is pleased to announce that it is getting ready to host the next round of our in-house classes. Starting next week, these bi-annual classes will be held at the CGP’s home base at Freie Universität Berlin.
These classes are a unique opportunity for many of the students who are involved in online programs. While they often interact with their peers and their teachers from afar, these in-house classes give students more grounded experience. Coming from around the globe, CGP online students and their teachers will meet for the first time in the flesh, and work in a more traditional university environment.
Over the course of a week of intensive lectures and learning modules, students will be able to expand their studies of a number of topics related to global politics and international relations. Among the more interesting of the topics to be covered in the coming week are an examination of the evolution of the state, and a separate look into the eternal enigma that is the Russian Federation.
In-house classes like these are just aspect of the way in which CGP provides a first-rate and innovative approach to online learning. While learning from afar has many advantages, these classes allow students the best of both worlds, enabling them to tap this program for interpersonal connections and a deeper understanding of the course material from their peers. Find out more about CGP’s online programs here!