I want to do my Masters in International Relations, preferably in Canada. What are the steps and when should I start to prepare?Also, are there any scholarships available to ease up my finances?

I'm currently pursuing B.A. Honors in Political Science from Kolkata. I'm in my 2nd Year right now.

Asked by Somedooti Kundu over 2 years ago

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Edwin  Selvaraj

Edwin Selvaraj

MentR-Me
MentR-Me Team

Country Expert : UK

Students frequently show interest in courses on international relations. This motivation stems from a desire to change the world by bridging cultural gaps and creating opportunities through good communication. We can demonstrate through international relations that we have the means and means to deal with global problems like hunger, health care, education, poverty, etc. Students can learn about international relations, political theory, and international relations via their studies. This course should be your first choice if you participate in school activities like the debate team or MUN club or have been an exchange student!

Time Higher Education lists the best postgraduate international studies programmes in Canada: 

  1. University of British Columbia
  2. University of Toronto
  3. McGill University
  4. York University
  5. University of Montreal
  6. Simon Fraser University
  7. University of Waterloo (AHEC Partner)
  8. University of Alberta
  9. York University
  10. Queen's University
  11. Western University
  12. University of Guelph
  13. McMaster University
  14. Ryerson University
  15. University of Calgary
  16. University of Manitoba (AHEC Partner)

Courses in International Relations in Canada

Course: International Trade
Vancouver Island University
Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
Tuition fees: 16,730 EUR / year
Duration: One year

Course: International Studies
University of Northern 
British ColumbiaTerrace, Canada
Tuition fees: 3,820 EUR / year
Duration: Two years

Course: Political Science
University of Northern 
British ColumbiaTerrace, Canada
Tuition fees: 3,820 EUR / year
Duration: Two years

Course: Public Policy and Global Affairs
University of British Columbia 
Vancouver, Canada
Tuition fees: 62,972 EUR / year
Duration: One year, eight months

Course: International Studies
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, Canada
Tuition fees: 2,976 EUR / year
Duration: One year

Course: International Development Studies
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Canada
Tuition fees: 12,610 EUR / year
Duration: Two years

Course: Political Science
University of Calgary
Calgary, Canada
Tuition fees: 6,605 EUR / year
Duration: One year

Course: Global Affairs
University of Toronto 
Toronto, Canada
Tuition fees: 35,296 EUR / year
Duration: Two years

Course: Political Studies
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Canada
Tuition fees: 5,146 EUR / year
Duration: One year

Course: Global Development Studies
Saint Mary's University
Halifax, Canada
Tuition fees: 12,809 EUR / year
Duration: One year, four months

Due to its emphasis on luring international students who can subsequently immigrate and its high regard for the caliber of its colleges, Canada is one of the most well-liked study destinations in the world. International students are warmly welcomed by Canadians, who make significant efforts to ensure their safety, fair treatment, and enjoyment of their stay. 


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