International Relations Ba

You will have more opportunities to speak in front of your peers and tutors, developing key skills. During your studies you’ll have access to support at every stage in your degree, including one-to-one academic guidance, tailored workshops, and external guest speakers on topics such as careers in public affairs and working in parliament. With a focus on high-quality teaching and innovation, this school ensures engaging educational pathways, alongside supportive staff and excellent research facilities.

A range of modules covering areas such as international security, international governance and international theory will be available. This arrangement means your programme has a distinct international relations focus, but you retain an element of choice and design that enables you to pursue a pathway that reflects your specific study interests. Politics and International Relations at Aberdeen offers a diverse range of courses that will enhance your knowledge and understanding of the subject. The analysis and evaluation skills that you develop will help you in your future career. Some of the topics that you will study throughout the programme include Liberalism, Patterns of Global Wealth and Inequality, Human and Economic Rights, Migration and Citizenship, Political Parties in Britain and Islamist Ideologies and Practices. You’ll enjoy a special, warm welcome at the University of Aberdeen, benefit from excellent teaching, research with international impact, and a truly global experience as part of our friendly and vibrant international community.

We recommend researching the programmes you are interested in and taking into account the programme structure, teaching and assessment methods, and support services available. Find out what our campus and London have to offer you on academic, social and career perspective. LSE Faith Centre– home to LSE’s diverse religious activities and transformational interfaith leadership programmes, as well as a space for worship, prayer and quiet reflection. The programme enables student exchanges and also a study year abroad; department & staff have strong international networks and university partnerships to help facilitate. You can tailor your studies to emerging areas of interest in the second and third years through optional modules and the final dissertation project, and will be supported to select your own projects, case-studies and topics throughout your studies.

For some institutions/degrees we will ask for different grades to above, so this is only a guide. We invest in both your educational and personal development, and you will be assigned an Academic Adviser who will support you during your studies. This module will consider the principal forms in which US foreign policy has been practised and interpreted since the foundation of the Republic.

The module offers a sustained engagement with debates surrounding the politics of infrastructures in a variety of manifestations prevalent in the global South. Depending on your programme you can also take up to 30 credits each year in another subject, for instance a language or business module, to develop career-related skills or just widen your intellectual horizons. Find out more about becoming a student at Bristol, applying for a visa and the support we offer to international students.