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We've been international pioneers in the study of Politics, Peace Studies and International Development for over 40 years: we have outstanding international partnerships, historic collections, and conduct world-leading research.
We host one of only 6 Rotary Peace Centres in the world, and work with governments and organisations around the world such as the United Nations, the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, and the Africa and the China Development Banks.
Where Politics, Peace & International Relations can take you
Politics, Peace and International Relations graduates are equipped with a range of skills, allowing them to pursure a variety of careers after graduation. Recent destinations include:
- Local Graduate Government Officer
- Master Data Executive
- Youth Justice Volunteer
- Trainee Manager
- Advocacy Officer
- Data Analyst
Dr Fiona Macaulay talks about what peace means to her, and why you should study Peace Studies and International Development at the University of Bradford.
Our collections tell the story of peaceful protest in the 20th century. Particular strengths include archives of late 1950s and early 1960s nonviolent anti-nuclear campaigning, 1980s peace camps, and initiatives based in the University and its region. Find out more here
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