What will I learn?

The interaction of people, ideas and institutions is central to shaping the outcomes of political processes and government decision-making at global, national, regional and local levels. Our Politics BA/BSc will develop your knowledge and understanding of the relationship between government and society and explore questions of political order and decision making.Key benefits- Our Politics BA/BSc course offers a demanding and stimulating programme of study covering international politics, comparative politics, and political theory, with an emphasis on developing your analytical and research skills. - You will learn to think critically and independently about key issues in politics and develop a range of skills to support your intellectual, vocational and personal development.- Given the interdisciplinary nature of the department, you will also have many opportunities to explore the interplay between politics and economics.- Sitting within the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy, the Department of Political Economy has an interdisciplinary, social science ethos, fostering a stimulating intellectual environment that has attracted leading scholars.- Our research-led curriculum encourages critical analysis and debate on contemporary international political and policy issues.

Which department am I in?

Political Economy

Study options

Full Time (3 Years)

Tuition fees
Information not available
Start date

26 September 2022

Venue

Main Site

Strand,

London,

City Of Westminster,

WC2R 2LS, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students with US high school qualifications meet two requirements, in addition to satisfying any specific subject requirements: must study three subjects in-depth, including any subjects as ‘compulsory’ for your course. Students need to have three subjects at Advanced Placement, or three subjects at SAT- S (or a combination of any three different subjects); In addition, all students must achieve strong scores in either the SAT-R or ACT. Students who have completed the optional Essay in the SAT-R after March 2016, though we do not require students to have taken it.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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