PLYMOUTH UNIVERSITY

International Relations & Politics

BA (Hons)  |  Placement Year:   No
Living in such a diverse world as ours makes for a fascinating and complex study. Our demanding degrees will ask you to discover, interact, debate and network to gain a thorough insight into the different theoretical and political perspectives behind today's international issues. The course benefits from having a fresh contemporary approach to the study of international relations.
Once you have finished your foundation with PUIC, you will have the choice in whether to specialise in International Relations or Politics. One thing is for sure, whatever you choose, you will be in for a facinating few year.
This pathway is specifically designed to allow international students to reach their full potential in pursuit of a Plymouth University International Relations & Politics degree. The pathway comprises of modules developed to ensure successful transition from international education systems to the academic structures.
Programme description
Living in such a diverse world as ours makes for a fascinating and complex study. Our demanding degrees will ask you to discover, interact, debate and network to gain a thorough insight into the different theoretical and political perspectives behind today's international issues. The course benefits from having a fresh contemporary approach to the study of international relations.
Once you have finished your foundation with PUIC, you will have the choice in whether to specialise in International Relations or Politics. One thing is for sure, whatever you choose, you will be in for a facinating few year.
This pathway is specifically designed to allow international students to reach their full potential in pursuit of a Plymouth University International Relations & Politics degree. The pathway comprises of modules developed to ensure successful transition from international education systems to the academic structures.
Key Modules

Popular Careers

Employment and career options:

Our informed, critical and detached graduates are in demand with organisations such as the European Union, United Nations, UK Civil Service, local and central government, charities and multinational corporations. Our students often return to Plymouth for further postgraduate study.

Module & Subject

 

 

Modules

  • Imagining World Order
  • International Relations Since 1945
  • Democracy and Democratization
  • Comparative Democracies
  • Social Science Research Methods
  • Introduction to Social Theory
  • International Learning Skills and Communication
Entry Requirements
  • IELTS for 6.0
  • We also accept Pearson's Test of English (Academic) and other equivalent qualifications, such as WAECHKDSE and SPM.
  • Successful completion of HSC/intermediate Certificate with a minimum average of 55% in 4 subjects
Foundation Campus
No Foundation
Course Option
Course Duration: 2 semesters
Course Fee:  13200.00
Course Level: 
Application Deadline 
International Student:   (15,November)-(15,July)
Location
Country:  UNITED KINGDOM
Campus Location:  Plymouth University, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA, UK
Intake Deadline
JANUARY
SEPTEMBER