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The Political Science and International Relations program prepares students for a wide range of careers in the national and international arena. Internships help students observe the real-life applications of the theories and concepts covered throughout their undergraduate education. Students can experience political and socioeconomic issues on national, international and even supra-national level and gain diverse visions by making their internship.

Two internships with 20 working days each are mandatory for Political Science and International Relations majors. Students who complete their second year course work are eligible to apply for the mandatory internship. Students can complete their internships either in semester holiday or in summer holiday. Students have to complete a minimum of 10 consecutive business days at their institution of choice. Students can choose private or public institutions for their internships as long as those institutions satisfy the criteria set by the Department of Political Science and International Relations. For further information, please check the links below.