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I've received offers from university of Hertfordshire and Brunel University for international relations and politics course (undergraduate)
Which one will be a better choice in terms of future employment and modules???
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I've received offers from university of Hertfordshire and Brunel University for international relations and politics course (undergraduate)
Which one will be a better choice in terms of future employment and modules???
Please help
Brunel has a slightly better employment rate but thats from a small sample size so i wouldn't go purely off that.
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I've received offers from university of Hertfordshire and Brunel University for international relations and politics course (undergraduate)
Which one will be a better choice in terms of future employment and modules???
Please help
Modules you can check from the web page as they usually have a detailed module plan.
You should really go to open days to get a feel for each uni, facilities and staff.
You can ask the department about what their graduates go on to do.
Requires more research by you imo.
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I've received offers from university of Hertfordshire and Brunel University for international relations and politics course (undergraduate)
Which one will be a better choice in terms of future employment and modules???
Please help
Well done on your offers! They are both great institutions so well done!

96% of University of Hertfordshire graduates are in employment/further study within 6 months of leaving University. This is the highest graduate employment rate in the East of England. This is thanks to our links with industry, ensuring courses are on topic and produce graduates with the required skill set. Additionally we have a dedicated Careers Centre who support students in finding placements, internships and graduate jobs. When comparing teaching, both Universities have received TEF ratings, with Hertfordshire a Gold standard and Brunel a Silver standard.

In your Year 1 at Hertfordshire there are a range of introductory modules covering Politics, Strategy, International Relations Theory and Contemporary British Politics. In later years modules include: Security and Governance, Internet Governance and Politics, The Age of the Cold War, Brexit: Challenges and Opportunities, Human Rights, Public International Law, International Organisations. There is also the option of a placement year or year abroad.

You can find out more about the course contents here.

Hope this helps you If you have any questions about the University of Hertfordshire and the course at UH let me know
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