Bachelors in global affairs international political economy in Yale nus college
This course introduces students to how states and non-state actors (such as multinational corporations and international institutions) influence the production, distribution, and consumption of scarce resources over national borders. Students will analyse the knotty problem of how domestic and international politics influence inter-state economic relations, and how economic relations between states influence international and domestic politics in return. Topics covered in this course include exchange rate regimes, trade policy, international monetary systems, foreign direct investment, sovereign debt, and foreign aid.
Yale-NUS College Common Application, Transcripts or Academic Reports, Two teacher recommendation letters, SAT or ACT scores, TOEFL ibT of 100, IELTS of 7, Interview
International Affairs Specialist, Project Coordinator, Program Manager, Strategic Communications Consultant, Foreign and Defense Policy Communications Assistant