GC1; Ability to understand the main factors involved in geopolitical and strategic analysis
GC2: Ability to understand and analyze from a critical perspective the territorial dimension of the discourses and practices that guide international politics, as well as to contribute to the public debate about them and to deepen the values of democracy, dialogue, tolerance, social and environmental justice and peace.
GC3: Ability to understand and analyze national and international conflicts that have a territorial origin or influence and propose political strategies and instruments that can contribute to their resolution
GC4: Ability to apply the theoretical and methodological knowledge of geopolitical and strategic studies to the analysis and resolution of cases and concrete empirical problems
GC5: Ability to demonstrate critical thinking in the analytical arguments of their own and of others.
GC6: Ability to plan and carry out an autonomous research in the field of geopolitics and strategic studies.
GC7: Ability to communicate and present, in a clear, precise and rigorous manner, geopolitical and strategic reports to both specialized and non-specialized audiences
SC9 Ability to understand and analyze, from a geopolitical and geostrategic perspective, the Asia-Pacific region and its interactions
-Knowledge of the most important geopolitical and geostrategic elements and themes of Europe (and, especially, of the European Union).
-Ability to interrelate and synoptically understand the different geopolitical and geostrategic elements and specific phenomena of Europe.
-Ability to apply theories and methodologies of regional analysis of a general or systematic nature to the understanding of particular regional spaces and dynamics in Europe.
-Ability to place and relate the particular geopolitical and geostrategic regional dynamics of Europe with the global geopolitical architecture.