Politics and International Relations

Undergraduate study

Politics and International Relations is a fast-changing, board-based discipline, allowing you to engage with the key issues of today including conflict, European integration, terrorism and the politics of specific countries such as China, Japan, Russia and the USA.

We offer a variety of programmes so you can choose the degree that best reflects your interests. This includes studying a language, spending a year abroad and the option to combine your degree with another subject through our Joint Honours programmes. The School of Politics and International Relations also offer an inter-disciplinary programme in Liberal Arts which teaches you to see the world from a range of perspectives - political, cultural, historical and economic - and develops your understanding of how each impacts eachother.

 

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Last Updated: 25/09/2017

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