The BA International Relations degree provides a uniquely global and comparative approach to the study of world affairs. Through a study of world history and global power relations, students gain a better understanding of the sources of conflict and cooperation among states, shifts in the international economy, as well as the roles of culture, identity and ideas in world politics. It is structured around a combination of disciplinary, regional and specialised courses, with opportunities to take other Politics option courses or a language.
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I loved living in London during uni – it really felt like the centre of the world, with loads to do every day. The campus is only a few minutes’ walk away from Tottenham Court Road, where the boutiques and record shops of Berwick Street and the fun of Soho lies. Bradley’s Spanish Bar on Oxford Street was a popular haunt for post lecture boozing, with cheap (for Oxford Street!) pints and a great shabby vibe. My tutors were fantastic, responsive and encouraging our academic ideas whilst being friendly and generous with their time.
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