The International Relations program is an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree program in the Faculty of Arts.
The program enables students to develop an in-depth understanding of international relations by combining the insights and perspectives of different disciplines such as Economics, History, Political Science, Geography, Anthropology, and Asian Studies with the study of languages.
A combined honours is available in:
- Honours in History with International Relations
- Honours in Political Science with International Relations
Admission to the honours or major programs requires an application by May 15.
The minor can be declared on the Student Service Centre (SSC) when you have third-year standing.
If you have any questions regarding applications, please contact the department.
Every Arts student should find a group they’re passionate about (or start one!), take an opportunity to do a course or semester abroad, and connect with professors. You only get to be an undergraduate at UBC once, so make the most of it!
What make the Faculty of Arts special is the diversity of thought, talents and passions it encompasses.
I have traveled to twenty countries in my degree alone... I have been fortunate to see the world and apply what I learned in the classroom to the issues on the ground.
The work you do when you’re procrastinating is the work you should be doing for the rest of your life.
International Relations. 2014 WTO’s Public Forum in Geneva, the Council of Europe’s World Democracy Forum in Strasbourg. Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank in Washington D.C.
International Relations Program
Liu Institute for Global Issues
6476 NW Marine Dr
International Relations Students Association (IRSA)