The Master’s programme is divided into two parts: an academic training period and an internship.


Academic training (36 ECTS credits)

(Duration: 7-8 months)



4 Common compulsory modules 

Institutional Legal and Institutional Order (6 ECTS credits)

  • The law of the international community (3 ECTS credits)
  • International institutional law. International public service (3 ECTS credits)


International Politics and Economics (6 ECTS credits)

  • Global political governance (3 ECTS credits)
  • Global economic governance (3 ECTS credits)


Diplomacy and Peace (6 ECTS credits)

  • Diplomatic and consular Law. Paradiplomacy (3 ECTS credits)
  • Peacekeeping and security instituitions (3 ECTS credits)


Skills (6 ECTS credits)

  • Skills I (3 ECTS credits) & Skills II (3 ECTS credits)




(Each specialtization consists on two modules worth 6 ECTS credits)


Specialization in Human Security (Human Rights and Development Cooperation)

International Protection of the individual (6 ECTS credits)

  • Institutions for the protection of human rights (3 ECTS credits)
  • International humanitarian law. International criminal law (3 ECTS credits)


Cooperation and sustainable development (6 ECTS credits)

  • Development cooperation (3 ECTS credits)
  • Sustainable development and environmental protection (3 ECTS credits)


Specialization in European and International Economic Relations

The European Union as an International player (6 ECTS credits)

  • Institutions and decision-making in the European Union. The European Civil Service (3 ECTS credits)
  • The European Union's foreign relations and foreign policy (3 ECTS credits)


International and European Trade (6 ECTS credits)

  • International trade law and foreign investment (3 ECTS credits)
  • Internal market and competition in the European Union (3 ECTS credits)




Master's Final Project (6 ECTS credits)

The Master's Final Project is worth 6 ECTS credits.

Teaching plan for the 2022-2023 academic year. 



Compulsory internship period (18 ECTS credits)

(Duration: 3-4 months)

Students of the master’s programme must complete an internship period lasting 4-6 months at an international institution or organisation. CEI International Affairs facilitates the internships with several partner institutions and promotes other relevant internships for students. In both cases, the candidates will need to go through the host institution’s internal selection process. The costs of the internship will be borne by the student.



Compulsory training supplements (6 ECTS credits)


The specific entry profile is for graduates in Law, Economics and Business Administration, International Relations, Political and Administrative Sciences, Global Studies, Sociology, History, Philosophy, Translation and Interpretation, Philology, or other degrees from the branch of the Social Sciences with a similar profile.


The Master offers 6 ECTS of compulsory training supplements for students who do not come from the indicated degrees. These are:


  • Introduction to public international law and international organizations (2 ECTS)


  • Introduction to international relations and international politics (2 ECTS)


  • Introduction to economics and international trade (2 ECTS)


These credits will be taught the 2 weeks prior to the start of the Master, this being an intensive face-to-face course of 5 hours a day at the CEI, supplemented with the necessary hours of personal work and tutorials.


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