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Varsity graduates over 200 in International Relations

By Amidu Arije

An online university, Virtual University for International Relations has graduated over 200 students across the globe in its first promotional International Relations Diploma Programme.

The varsity, a digital school, after training the students from no fewer than 20 countries across the globe on International Diplomacy, Peace, Humanitarian Services, Humanity, Human Rights, Politics, Conflicts Resolutions, World Politics among others presented completion certificates to the graduants in grand style.

Speaking on the goals and objectives of the institutions, its Founder and President, Mr Salen Ayena said the goal is to give a larger number of knowledge seekers opportunity to explore more easy ways to learn at the corners of their rooms thereby contributing to education growth and development.
“Virtual University for International Relations provides students with the ideal opportunity to gain insight into global politics and regional studies, to enhance their global career perspective, and to become part of an exciting network of international relations experts while staying on the job. We educate them for success in challenging positions in government, institutions, international organizations, Non-Governmental Organizations, consulting, academia, and the media,” he said.

Ayena said the students’ skills have been sharpened after the extensive training.

“Virtual University for International Relations has an applied study program. To meet the requirements of today’s job market, it is necessary to hone professional skills. Our students improve their time management and project management skills during their studies. They develop leadership skills in multinational teams via our interactive assignment platforms. They refine their negotiation and presentation skills with simulation games during some sessions. All of these skills are necessary for their personal and career development, including future interaction with stakeholders and professional policy design,” he said.

Ayena stated further that the institution will begin the second batch of the programme immediately in order to allow more participants benefit from the courses.

He said more courses have been added to broaden the knowledge base of the students.

He said, “University for International Relations provides courses in the fields of International Diplomacy, Peace, Humanitarian Services, Humanity, Human Rights, Politics, Conflicts Resolutions, World Politics, including courses in Political Science, economics, History, and other fields focusing on issues such as International Security, International Affairs, Political Economy, Economic Development, and Democratization.”

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