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Inspiring Community

Our lively peer workshops, projects and group work, allow you to discuss theories and ideas in an open and positive environment. Staff are published academics with a passion for their subjects, and invited guest lecturers, from the United Nations or local M.P.s., bring knowledge from the wider professional and academic community.

Learning Site

Both Politics and International Relations are taught at The Westminster Building, on Exton Park (Parkgate Road). Close to the library, we offer a dynamic and safe learning environment, with shared spaces for students to mix, discuss their work and undertake independent study.

Career-Focused

We offer a broad range of work experience opportunities, including our innovative Work Based Learning module, an overseas placement or year abroad. The University’s careers service helps develop employability skills, ensuring you can stay ahead of the curve when applying for jobs.

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A network of contacts, a future-focused education and opportunity after opportunity

Course Title Campus Study Option Start Date
International Relations (Combined) BA (Hons)
International Relations BA (Hons)
Politics BA (Hons)
Politics (Combined) BA (Hons)
Economics and International Relations
Economics and Politics
International Relations and Chinese
International Relations and Geography
International Relations and Law
International Relations and Politics
International Relations and Spanish
Politics and History
Politics and Sociology