|The award||How you will study||Study duration||Course start||Domestic course fees||International course fees|
|BA||Full-time||3 years||find out||GBP 20350 per year||GBP 9250 per year|
The joint BA programme in Politics and International Relations offers students the ability to combine our two disciplinary streams throughout their training, giving them a broad base of knowledge from which to analyse politics within and amongst countries.
Students will choose from the options available to both joint degree programmes, and will take core modules in Political Analysis and International Relations in their first year.
At the end of the course, students will have developed a uniquely insightful and rounded approach to understanding political questions and current affairs across the world.
The BA degree structure offers deep engagement with regional and international politics in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, as well as problem-driven engagements with war, development, international organisations, state power, social movements, the global economy and other aspects of political life.
Teaching on the degree programme is tailored towards improving students' understanding of the subjects, writing and presentation abilities and developing their skills as independent and critical thinkers. Whilst more introductory courses often consist of larger lectures followed up by smaller group seminars, more advanced and specialised courses encourage more student responsibility and leadership over the material.
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