By areynolds on February 23, 2015
The IR program in partnership with IRSA are looking to significantly enhance our orientation programming for September 2015 in order to build a stronger community of IR students. In order to do so, we are putting together a volunteer student committee to plan and execute the program. This is a great opportunity to enhance your […]
By areynolds on December 3, 2014
Submit your paper by December 23rd!
By areynolds on December 2, 2014
Learn about the world first hand through one (or more!) of UBC’s many exciting international opportunities. All IR students are encouraged to participate!
By areynolds on November 6, 2014
Elise Goodreault graduated in 2009 with a BA in International Relations and a minor in Economics. Since entering the professional world, she has had a significant impact in her chosen field of work as demonstrated by her recent selection for the Canadian Bureau for International Education’s (CBIE) North Star Award for an Emerging Leader in International Education. […]
By areynolds on October 31, 2014
The IR program is excited to launch the IR Coffees Program. We wanted to encourage IR students to learn more about the wide variety of career opportunities available to them. Students currently enrolled in the International Relations Major or Minor program can apply to receive up to $20 to do an information interview with a […]
By areynolds on October 7, 2014
The IR Program is currently looking for 1-2 volunteers to sit on the organizing committee with the IR Program and the Liu International Development Research Network (IDRN) for an Development Networking Event that will be held in term 2. This event will engage IR undergraduate students, Liu Scholars, and the development community. This position will […]
By areynolds on September 22, 2014
Thanks to funding from Arts Research Abroad (ARA), and with support from Go Global, the undergraduate seminar on African Interstate Relations (POLI464B) scheduled for Term 2 of this academic year will be offered in conjunction with a field research course (POLI464F) that includes travel to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. POLI464B offers an introduction to the main actors and dynamics in contemporary African international relations, and the recent crisis in Mali will be an on-going focus of the course.
By areynolds on May 21, 2014
The IR program would like to congratulate all of the 2014 IR grads on their graduation and for their amazing contributions to the program throughout their studies. We wish you the best of luck in the future!