Department of International Politics
The Department of International Politics was founded at the Faculty of International Economic Relations in August, 2006.
Head of the department – Alen Panov, Candidate of History (PhD), Professor.
The Department of International Politics provides lecturing on the subjects in the field of jurisprudence, world politics, international relations theory, theory and practice of negotiating, consular service.
The Department initiates and organizes various educational imitation games which have already become a visiting card of the Faculty of International Economic Relations: annual Negotiations under Harvard Method, debates after Karl Popper, modelling of Security Council conferences.
It should be mentioned that embodying both theorists and practical workers the department has great teaching potential.
The department has a great library at its disposal available to be used by students and applicants.
The Department of International Politics is a constant organizer and co-arranger of scientific conferences and round table meetings, in particular “Quo vadis? In what direction are you walking, Central Europe?”, “First Uzhhorod Polish scientific readings”, “Unity in diversity: cultural, political and historical aspects of international relations in Germany”.