Politics, International Relations, and History with Foundation Year at University of Roehampton - UCAS

University of Roehampton

Degree level: Undergraduate

Politics, International Relations, and History with Foundation Year

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Why this course? • Study in a department with a worldwide reputation for its human rights research and campaigning. • An unusually broad range of optional modules covers topics as diverse as activism, terrorism, the media, the philosophy of law and gender politics. • Students have the opportunity of presenting at Roehampton's influential International Conference of Political Filmmaking in collaboration with European Universities. • Teaching designed for you: the contact time you need to succeed, with timetables designed to recognise your wider commitments. About this course Our BA Politics, International Relations, and History degree programme will equip you with the ability to analyse, understand and debate issues in international and UK politics, international relations and understand both political philosophy and modern politics in action. You will get to engage in debate around current political challenges such as global power politics, terrorism, climate change and the politics of gender, race and class. You will graduate as an authority on a wide range of topics, and equipped for a successful career. Skills This degree will provide a modern perspective on these interrelated issues. On our BA Politics International Relations, and History, our priority is ensuring that you graduate with a professional skillset. This incorporates; • Analysing the interplay of global affairs in the past present and future • Gaining a comprehensive understanding of political systems, international relations and their place in history • Understanding how politics and international relations have played through history is important in making an impact • Learning traditional research skills • Learning digital literacies to uncover the past and current affairs Career opportunities This degree challenges you to think globally and comparatively to engage with cultural, social, economic, political, and intellectual history. You will learn how historians and political scholars operate, with practical opportunities to engage in public discourse and digital humanities projects. If you’re ready to learn, we’ll help you gain the confidence and opportunities to achieve. Our Careers team is on hand to help from the start of your studies until after you graduate. Under their guidance you’ll benefit from a wide range of support, including: • CV building • Interview preparation • Mentoring • Industry connections • Work experience • Volunteering opportunities • Job fairs • Introductions to future employers.

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To work as a teacher at a state school in England or Wales, you will need to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS). This is offered on this course for the following level:

  • Course does not award QTS

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  • Foundation

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We offer a wide range of scholarships for UK undergraduates, including: - The Roehampton Bursary is worth £1,000 for the first year of our undergraduate degree programmes*. It will be awarded automatically to students in receipt of a full maintenance loan, to help with costs such as travel and accommodation. - Academic Excellence Scholarships worth: £3,000 over the course of a degree for students with the equivalent of AAA or above (144+ tariff) at A-level (or equivalent tariff in other qualifications, e.g. BTEC) and £2,000 over the course of a degree for students with the equivalent of AAB at A-level (136-143 tariff) (or equivalent tariff in other qualifications, e.g. BTEC) - esports scholarships, worth £2,000 per year of the degree, available to students who demonstrate aptitude in esports. - Music and Sports Scholarships, available to students who demonstrate excellence in music or sports - Care leaver bursaries, worth £2,000 per year of study to Care Leavers enrolling on Undergraduate programmes at Roehampton, for up to four years of study. Find out more: https://www.roehampton.ac.uk/undergraduate-courses/funding-and-scholarships/

Politics, International Relations, and History with Foundation Year at University of Roehampton - UCAS