- Study international, economic, cultural and social history and many geographical areas including the Americas, parts of Asia, Britain and Europe
- You'll gain a sound knowledge of the four principal areas of politics: political thought, international relations, comparative government, and public policy
- Our broad range of optional modules in your second and third years gives you the flexibility to tailor your degree to your interests and career ambitions
- Prepare for your future career by developing a range of skills valued by a wide range of employers from the media to teaching and the public, private and charity sectors
- Get involved with the Politics and various Language student societies, make friends, attend socials and seminars and hear from guest speakers
Listed below are the documents required to apply for this course.