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About International Relations Society
The International Relations Society is the University of Toronto’s course union for students enrolled in the International Relations Programme. It offers inimitable opportunities for students to strengthen their skills learnt in class and fosters numerous chances for discussion, debate, discourse and interaction between world leaders, policy makers, professors and students.
Each year the Society hosts a number of social events, a speaker series, roundtable discussions, and a conference. We also offer a Mentorship Program for first and second year students and host workshops for students pursuing careers in the field of international relations. The Society is proud to have Professor Mairi Macdonald, Director of the International Relations Programme, as our faculty mentor.
Since much of our programming appeals to anyone sharing an interest in global affairs, students who are not enrolled in the IR Programme are encouraged to join our membership base. Thus, the Society welcomes all students from the University’s various colleges and areas of study. The Society’s slogan says it all: Be part of the conversation.