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Politics and International Relations

Politics and International Relations Degrees

Overview

Our politics degrees will appeal to you if you have an interest in government, power and authority; wars and conflict resolution; globalisation and the impact of world events. These dynamic and topical courses allow you to examine the key international and global issues that confront the modern world and politicians worldwide.

View our Politics and International Relations courses and find the politics undergraduate degree for you at Coventry University.

Studying Politics and International Relations courses at Coventry University

  • An intellectually challenging course which enables you to develop sharp analytical skills and engage with issues of vital concern for today’s world;
  • The opportunity for an international experience with international staff, an international curriculum and the options of an overseas field trip, study abroad or overseas placement;
  • Access to teaching staff who are actively engaged in research that informs teaching on your course;
  • Events and conferences featuring national and international politicians and dignitaries;
  • The opportunity to focus on specific themes such as North American, Russian, European and African politics, social movements or global security as you progress though your course;
  • Activities and events set up by the History, International Relations, Politics and Sociology Society (HIPSOC), a society and Facebook site created and run by the students of the department;
  • No hidden extras – course fees includes all of the essential items you will need for taking the course.