Your Time. Your Future.
Make it Count.

The Best Online International Relations Tutors

Spires is a marketplace that lets you find professional tutors to suit your budget. Have, record and pay for classes online.

Find A Tutor

How It Works - it's quick and easy

Find the perfect online International Relations tutor in minutes

great value icon

Click Find A Tutor

Tell us what you need. The more information the better. This creates a job that will be sent to qualified tutors.

great value icon

Receive Bids

Tutors that can help will bid on your job. This means you get matched quickly with top tutors at the best price.

great value icon

Hire Tutors

Compare profiles and hourly rates to find your favourites. Communicate via messenger, phone or video calls.

great value icon

Have Classes

Flexible scheduling. All classes are recorded so you can watch them back. Payments are handled by Stripe.

Professional Online International Relations Tutors

All of our high quality online international relations tutors are interviewed and background-checked before tutoring on Spires.

professional online International Relations tutor Yannis
PhD International Relations, University College London

Experienced tutor in International Relations, Political Science, and International Political Economy. I also teach courses on Qualitative Research Methods and Academic Writing.

View Full Profile
3724 hours taught
5.0
professional online International Relations tutor Huw
Soviet/Russian Politics and History, Oxford Brookes University

Experienced History, Politics, Research Methods Tutor and Proof-reader. Love to help my students with fun, interactive lessons. Happy to teach GCSE, IB, A-Level, Undergraduate and Postgraduate.

View Full Profile
1555 hours taught
5.0
professional online International Relations tutor anissa
International Relations, London School of Economics

Anissa is a Dr in International Relations (LSE) and an experienced academic, teacher, researcher, and editor with a background in academia and journalism

View Full Profile
444 hours taught
5.0
professional online International Relations tutor Dr Georgia
PhD in International Relations / History, King's College London

PhD in International Relations / History
MA in European History
BA in History of Art / History / International Relations

QTS approved

Professional certificate: Business Management


View Full Profile
professional online International Relations tutor Oliver
Philosophy Politics and Economics; MA in International Relations (with distinction); doctorate in British European policy, University of Oxford (undergraduate); University of Nottingham (postgraduate)

Former University Lecturer and textbook author delivering outstanding sessions in Politics, International Relations, History, qualitative methods, academic writing and personal statements. Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Member of The Tutors' Association and Enhance DBS checked.

View Full Profile
418 hours taught
5.0
professional online International Relations tutor Philip
PhD Political Science & International Relations, The University of Queensland

Dr. Philip Moyle, a political science expert with a PhD from one of the world's top 50 universities, works now as a public sector consultant for a global consulting firm. His diverse experience spans academia, private industry, and consulting.

View Full Profile
111 hours taught
5.0
professional online International Relations tutor Sasha
Modern Languages, University of Oxford

I'm a friendly and flexible tutor with over 12 years' online and offline tutoring experience and first-class degrees from the University of Oxford and the Hertie School of Governance. I specialise in helping with essays and dissertations across a wide range of subjects, as well as language, literature & creative writing tuition at all levels and ages.

View Full Profile
476 hours taught
5.0
professional online International Relations tutor Jonathan
BA in English and MA in International Politics, University of Birmingham and the University of Warwick

Award-Winning "Super Tutor" with over 12,000 English, Maths, History and Eleven-Plus Lessons Delivered to 1000+ Students across 32 Countries :)

View Full Profile
150 hours taught
4.9
professional online International Relations tutor Guy
Politics, University College London

Experienced politics and philosophy senior lecturer with background teaching in elite UK universities, able to make complex ideas interesting (and fun!) and help students improve their grades.

View Full Profile
23 hours taught
5.0
professional online International Relations tutor Raluca
Politics and International Relations, University of Kent

Highly experienced politics and statistics for social sciences lecturer with a PhD in Political Science

View Full Profile
18 hours taught
5.0
professional online International Relations tutor Jon
Politics , Swansea

Experienced History, Politics and RE teacher and tutor. I am passionate about my subjects and helping young people learn.

View Full Profile
professional online International Relations tutor tancred
History, SOAS

Experienced historian and strategist who will be delighted to help you excel.

View Full Profile
2 hours taught
5.0

Recent International Relations Tutor Class Reviews

anissa - Juliette- International Relations - Undergraduate
15th April 2024
Thank you for your help. The class was very helpful and enlightening.
Philip - Fabian- International Relations - Dissertations
2nd April 2024
Philip is very helpful and helped me a lot in structuring my essay on external European actions and international theories! I recommend :)
Guy - Olivia - International Relations - Postgraduate
11th February 2024
there was a bit of an issue sharing screens. and it kept cutting out buy guy was great.
Philip - Rachel E- International Relations - Postgraduate
27th January 2024
Helpful as always great feedback
Philip - Rachel E- International Relations - Postgraduate
19th January 2024
So helpful and knowledgeable.
Philip - Rachel E- International Relations - Postgraduate
15th January 2024
Philip is fantastic, helpful, explains things clearly would highly recommend.
Jonathan - Abinta - International Relations - Admissions
26th November 2023
Jonathan is an incredible tutor. He's really knowledgeable on the subject of International Relations and invested in his teaching. Would highly recommend.
David - Tanaz- International Relations - Postgraduate
12th September 2023
David providing right advice and direction .
David - Sofiya- International Relations - University
8th September 2023
David is incredible tutor!!
Huw - elisa- International Relations - Undergraduate
20th August 2023
Huw's assistance has remarkably enhanced my essay writing skills, resulting in a substantial improvement in my grades. His extensive knowledge across various subjects have not only facilitated my comprehension of challenging topics but have also deepened my understanding of them. Highly recommend!

Pricing Per Hour

Spires is a marketplace. Tutors will bid on your job. Their prices will depend on your needs and their expertise.

great value icon

School

Primary & Secondary

From $30/hr.

great value icon

University

Undergraduate, Postgraduate & Admissions

From $40/hr.

great value icon

Professional

Chartered Qualifications

From $50/hr.

Get The Results You Need

See how happy our clients are with Spires online tutors below.

Online International Relations Tuition

Please pick a level to browse tutors

We only accept 4% of tutors that apply

Online International Relations FAQs

Why Is It Important to Study International Relations?

International Relations (IR) is a rapidly changing sub-field of Political Science, with the potential to offer incredible benefits in several related fields and areas of study. International studies also generate a greater understanding of global issues, which allows you to make better-informed decisions at all levels.

IR can be a daunting subject due to its broad scale. However, there are many reasons why it is worthwhile for anyone to study. Global issues such as natural disasters, climate change, terrorism, economic fluctuations, human rights, human trafficking, authoritarian regimes, immigration, and international trade cannot be ignored – they are guiding forces in today’s world, and IR is an area of understanding why these occur. If you have an undergraduate degree in IR (BA International Relations) and you are looking to study for further qualifications, then there are plenty of options waiting for you.

Some graduates choose to further their education with a Masters degree, PhD, or vocational postgraduate course. A Master’s in IR is an option that can allow you to gain experience and knowledge in this field.

IR touches upon many other disciplines to ensure that students are able to understand the world around them in an informed way. For example, IR is closely linked with Political Science, Economics, Security Studies, Geopolitics, International Trade, and Business Management/Administration.

This, along with the critical, analytical, and research skills you acquire by studying IR, means that you’ll be well-qualified to pursue careers in a wide variety of sectors.

How Can a Background in International Relations Benefit a Career in Politics?

IR is an important part of a political career. Understanding the various policies of nations and how their dynamics can influence others’ actions, preferences, and decisions are key skills for anyone who wishes to be involved in politics. IR also allows you to understand why certain policy decisions have been made across the globe and how they impact other countries – in short, it shows you what is going on behind the scenes.

IR gives you a better understanding of what goes on outside your country, and this knowledge is essential for any politician. IR opens doors to higher positions within the civil service. The skills acquired throughout this degree will be transferred into many professional avenues, including government ministries.

IR has led many careers into politics (past and present). There are numerous politicians with IR backgrounds who have progressed through different areas of IR, including academics, being ambassadors or diplomats, and working with aid/humanitarian organizations.

How Expert Online International Relations Tutoring Can Help You

Spires tutors will take the time to assess your starting point and then develop a personalized syllabus to work towards your objectives. Classes will focus on your areas of weakness and on developing the confidence you need to achieve your goals. Lessons will also push students in areas that they are already comfortable with, encouraging constant improvement and developing positive learning habits.

Why Should You Opt for International Relations Tutoring at Spires?

We only hire 4% of the teachers who apply to Spires, and they are all professional and experienced school and university-level educators. Many have qualifications from top universities and institutions in the UK, USA, and around the world. All have a PhD, MSc, MA, BSc, or BA degree in their chosen field.

Because they set their rates via an auction system, our prices are more competitive than many tutoring companies. Our online lessons are stable and enjoyable. We provide an interactive whiteboard, and students can access recordings of classes at any time. All tutors have been background checked.

Spires handles all the matching, contact scheduling, payments, and administration. We take care of all the hassles of organizing support, allowing students to focus purely on their lessons.

How Much Does a Private Tutor Cost per Hour?

Tuition is priced according to level:

  1. School: For Primary school, Secondary and Higher Education prices start at €25/hr
  2. University: For Undergraduate and Postgraduate tutoring, prices start at €35/hr
  3. Professional: For Chartered Qualifications and Admissions Test tutoring, prices start at €45/hr

The average tutor price ranges based on the tutors’ experience and expertise and the level of the student.

Is the Proximity of the Tutors Important?

No, it doesn’t! It’s all done online whenever and wherever you are. All you have to do is pick your ideal mentor and communicate with them to arrange the best time for lessons.

Why Choose Spires’ International Relations Tutoring?

We only hire 4% of the teachers who apply to Spires, and they are all professional and experienced school and university-level educators. Many have qualifications from top universities and institutions in the UK, USA, and around the world. All have a PhD, MSc, MA, BSc, or BA degree in their chosen field.Because they set their rates via an auction system, our prices are more competitive than many tutoring companies. We provide an interactive whiteboard, and students can access recordings of classes at any time. All tutors have been background checked. Spires handles all the matching, contact scheduling, payments, and administration. We take care of all the hassles of organizing support, allowing students to focus purely on their lessons.

How Does Spires’ Private Tutoring Work?

You can find a professional tutor online in four easy steps:1. Use the Find A Tutor feature to create a post outlining your needs and requirements. You can choose the subject, level, price, and expertise.2. Find your perfect tutor from our wide variety of skilled professors and educators. After filtering your search results using the Find Tutors feature, you will be presented with the best choice for your needs. You can then check bids, reviews, and communicate with a tutor before scheduling a lesson.3. Have your online 1-1 lessons. This can be done whenever and wherever you are; it’s all online! Replay the lessons afterwards to catch up on any missed information at your own pace and convenience. It’s that easy!

How Much Will Tutors Cost in London?

The average price ranges based on the profs experience and expertise and the level of the student. The average price is £40/$53/€45 per hour, depending on a teacher’s experience and the level of students. This is higher than other areas in the UK due to the higher living costs that come with living in London.

What Happens When I Send a Tutor a Message?

Once you’ve used the Find Tutors feature to find your perfect online prof, you can contact them with any questions you might have. You should receive a response within 24 hours with an answer and availability. If someone isn’t able to fit you into their schedule, we will recommend others who fit your
specifications. After someone replies, you can then schedule a Zoom meeting, and if you are satisfied, you can go ahead and schedule your first lesson!

Can I Arrange International Relations Revision Help?

Yes, you can! Our extensive database of International relations teachers offers a wide range of specializations and expertise. Just use the filter to search for
your private online tutors and browse through available candidates. You can go through their profile and reviews from students, as well as communicate with them about your needs before you schedule a lesson.

What Kind of Support Is Available for International Relations Admissions?

Yes, we do! Our extensive database of IR teachers offers a wide range of International Relations tutoring, including admissions help at various levels such as UCAS, Oxbridge Entrance, and even IELTS and TOEFL preparation for non-native speakers. At Spires, we offer comprehensive support for International Relations admissions, starting from personalized tutoring sessions to detailed advice on various aspects of the application process. Each tutor in our faculty is an experienced member of the academic community, with a deep understanding of the European history and relationships, as well as the methods required to excel in the International Relations domain. A tutor provides personalized tutoring sessions to strengthen your understanding of key concepts in International Relations, including European history, relationships, and methods. Whether you need help with understanding complex theories or developing your analytical skills, our tutors are here to help. Our tutors and members, who have been through the admissions process themselves, provide valuable advice on crafting a compelling application. From tips on writing a strong personal statement to advice on gathering impressive recommendations, our tutor is here to guide you. Our tutor will also provide tips and methods to excel in the admissions interviews. They will conduct mock interviews, provide feedback, and share advice on how to articulate your thoughts and showcase your knowledge of International Relations, European history, and relationships. With their deep understanding of the European context, relationships, and methods, our tutors are well-equipped to guide you through the admissions process. The admissions process can be stressful and overwhelming. Our tutor is here to provide not only academic support but also help build your confidence by reinforcing your strengths and addressing your weaknesses.

Is It Possible to Receive Dissertation Support at the University Level?

Yes, you can! We have a vast selection of University level teachers who can provide dissertation help, as well as admissions help and exam preparation. Just communicate with your teacher before telling them your specific needs.

Do You Offer Varsity Tutors?

Yes, we do! With Spires, you can find International Relations tutoring for the US University system in a whole range of subjects. The same goes for the US high-school system, as well as the Australian, South African, Canadian, and New Zealand University and school systems.

Do You Offer International Relations Tutoring for Adults?

Yes, we do! Our extensive database of instructors offers a wide range of specializations and expertise. Just use the Find A Tutor feature to search for a teacher for your level and browse through available candidates.

You can choose from a wide range of specializations, whether you are preparing for a university entrance exam, looking to advance your career, or just to brush up on your analytical and writing skills. We are confident you will be able to find the help you are looking for from over a hundred professional academics in our network.

Is ‘International Relations Tutoring Wanted’ a Suitable Title for My Advert?

Although this is maybe not the worst bad opening line, we strongly recommend that you give it some more thought. What do you need? What are you trying to achieve? Think about what level you are and what you need to improve on, whether you need help with GCSE level guidance or help with a University admissions letter, put it in your advert.

For example, a great opening for many of our clients could be ‘Support required to help with Oxbridge Admissions Test.’ The more details, the better the match!

Become an International Relations Tutor

We are looking for qualified, experienced, friendly and committed tutors.

great value icon

Fast Payments

Set your own rates. Get paid instantly.

great value icon

Supportive Team

24/7 tech and administrative support. We are here when you need us.

great value icon

The Best Tech

Everything is automated in one simple and easy to use platform.

Contact Us

A service you can depend on

Chat

The quickest way to talk with us

Message Us

Our partners

We are proud partners of TheProfs and BitPaper