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I'm currently almost a Junior at my university. I am majoring in International Studies with possibly a dual major with Political Science. If not a dual with Poli Sci, then a double minor in Poli Sci and journalism.
Anyway, I want to get a graduate degree in international relations. I want to be focused on Europe and N. Africa/Middle East. I'm learning French right now, and hopefully in graduate school, can take some Arabic classes (they don't offer them at my university).
I've seen some of the posts about the best US graduate schools for IR, I've looked in to the European Studies degree at Georgetown. Does anyone know anyone who has gone through that program?
Also, some of my family still lives in Europe (DK) and I was wondering if anyone knew the best IR graduate programs in Europe. I know Oxford and Cambridge are great but what about others? Oxbridge seems like I probably won't get in. What are some other schools to look at?
Post anything you know about International Relations, or even schools in Europe.