Future Perspective

Academic perspectives

  • The study of our discipline based on subject benchmark statements developed by IRD Department of Ishik University
  • Department focuses on giving training as workshops on Political Round Table Discussion, Diplomatic Correspondence, Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation
  • Inclusion of ethics and values in all IR, Diplomacy, and Political Sciences related courses
  • Inviting guest lecturers and experts from the related fields to provide invaluable experience and knowledge on
  • Increasing the number of collaborated IR events in a diverse-societies
  • Organize regular seminars, talks, and workshops on current, previous, and further prospective issues of IR and Diplomacy across the world
  • Create online platform to share their ideas across partner universities and student societies
  • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of different political systems, the nature and distribution of power in them; the social, economic, historical and cultural contexts within which they operate, and the relationships between them

 

Student perspectives

  • Provide the transferrable skills to students including:
  • the ability to research, source and examine information thoroughly;
  • the capacity to critically analyze evidence and construct coherent arguments;
  • excellent written and oratory skills;
  • intellectual independence and autonomy;
  • team working skills;
  • a flexible and open-minded approach to work.
  • Motivate students to participate and organize academic, social, and cultural activities
  • Involve students in joining a society and particularly taking on a role of responsibility can impress future employers and also enhance employability skills such as – team working, negotiation, event management, controlling budgets, leadership etc.
  • Bringing together alumni and current students to facilitate networking, enable informal mentoring, provide industry discussion groups, and enable graduates and students to stay up to date with their student societies.
  • Involve students in making strategic and career plans related to students and their future
  • Motivate students in participating student elections to elect their representative

Operational perspectives

  • Provide necessary and main tools to student to adopt them into the current curriculum
  • Taking measures to reduce student and lecturer absenteeism
  • Organizing field visits to broaden students’ wisdom and sectorial experiences as well as understanding the nature and significance of politics
  • Organize exams effectively by maintaining international standards
  • Organize student traffic on their needs effectively by having strong communication system
  • Establish various student clubs within the department for their own learning self-critically and self-organization
  • Make collaboration with others to achieve common goals
  • Identify, investigate, analyze, formulate and advocate solutions to problems on courses and curriculum

 

Research Perspectives

  • Organize student conference, congress, seminar, or talks every year
  • Encourage students to do research related to their interest
  • Encourage students to participate national and international conferences to get research exposure
  • Involve students on university research projects and international projects by providing special budget
  • Encourage students to be part of Global Student Association and Network for quicker and more productive researches
  • Motivate students to apply concepts, theories and methods to analyzing political ideas, institutions and practices
  • Open a further study, or work and study, often choosing to specialize in a particular subject, or broaden their opportunities in order to move into careers in research and work area.