ADMISSION 2022-2023


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The professional English-language MA program International Public Affairs (MIPA) is academically coordinated within the Department of Comparative Governance and European Studies (DCGES) of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest (Romania). Most guest events are organized with the support of the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC), part of the DCGES.


An initiative of students and teaching staff of the professional Master program International Public Affairs (MIPA) of the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Bucharest (FSPUB) and coordinated administratively by FSPUB's Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC), the uni4Ukraine platform aims to identify, monitor and present in a user-friendly format the existing initiatives that support those who flee Ukraine via Romania, irrespective of citizenship. A special attention is granted to the needs of academic refugees (i.e. students, professors, administrative and technical staff of universities) and of their families.

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Interregnum Europe: Crisis, War and Alternative Futures

International Conference on Alternative Models for European Integration

Event developed as part of the project Nation, institutions and pandemic: challenges to the European Project and the history of Alter-European discourses supported by a grant of the Romanian Ministry of Education, CNCS-UEFISCDI, project number PN-III-P4-IDPCE-2020-2597. More details

PAST SCIENTIFIC EVENT >> 20-24.09.2021

7th international interdisciplinary conference of political research

Scholars across different disciplines were invited to submit papers, panels or round table proposals that treat the general theme of this year's edition (VULNERABLE IN CONTEMPORARY POLITICS) from various conceptual, empirical and methodological perspectives, while addressing timely case-studies. Like for all previous editions, with the support of the Research Committee 33 (The Study of Political Science as a Discipline) of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), we also had a special section dedicated to debating the challenges that we face in our field as political researchers. (read the full CALL FOR APPLICATIONS and access the PROGRAM).

PAST SCIENTIFIC EVENT >> 27-30.09.2021
Research methods school on corruption and corruption control analysis (CORAN)

As a joint event for SCOPE: Science of Politics, in 2021 year we partnered with the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon to offer a special online edition of the Research methods school on corruption and corruption control analysis (more details)