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I'm interested in geopolitics and globalisation and superpowers but the geo courses I see are a mix of physical and human.
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I've moved this thread to the Geography, Geology and Environment section as you may get more replies in here
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do international relations or politics
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There are quite a few courses where you will take some parts of physical geography in the first year of a Human Geography BA (e.g. Exeter). However, from that point on it is almost entirely human geography, and will certainly contain a good amount of geopolitics modules. However, if you are only interested in geopolitics and not the rest of the subject then I would suggest more looking to International Relations or Politics courses instead.
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