Bachelor of Science Global Political Science: Leadership at European School of Economics - UCAS

European School of Economics

Degree level: Undergraduate
Awarded by: Richmond, The American International University in London

Bachelor of Science Global Political Science: Leadership

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Course summary

The Bachelor of Science in Global Political Science (BSc Hons) is a three-year, full-time course with three pathways – one in Diplomacy, one in Leadership and the other in Trade. Unique in its combination, this course introduces students to the complex relationship between the worlds of business, politics and international relations and prepares them to lead global organisations through the critical application of knowledge gained and a sound understanding of both the hard and soft skills needed to navigate between them. The Leadership specialisation has been created for students who believe that a better world may be shaped by people with a higher level of integrity, preparation and self-awareness, and have decided to dedicated themselves to pave the way. The mixture of history, theory and technical modules will provide the background information, working vocabulary and repertoire of roles and skills to take each participant towards the realisation of their professional dream in areas such as Corporate Relations, Diplomacy, International Project Management, International Public policy, Multinational Consultancy and Global Trade. The two required internships may be in one of the affiliated companies seen below in the ESE’s Internship Programme section – these are only some of the 1500 companies with whom we are affiliated. Students will also have the added advantage of being able to pursue their programme in any of the ESE campuses, whether London, Milan, Florence, Madrid or Rome. They will have the unique opportunity to transfer between campuses on a per-term or per-year basis, experiencing the same programme in multiple international contexts and cultures. THE PROGRAMME AIMS TO: -provide a coherent, broad-based programme of study of political and economic history, theory and organisations and their management and their growth within the context of a changing external environment; -provide an understanding of how values are allocated and resources are distributed and contested on the local, sectoral, national, regional and global levels; -place questions of political and international order and disorder, decision-making and political contestation at the centre of analysis; -develop in students a capacity to think critically and independently about events, ideas and institutions; -provide new ideas that will be the seeds of development for independent thinking and the creation of visionary leaders. The Leadership pathway consists of the following modules: • International Relations • Quantitative Methods for Political Science • Economics for Political Science • Geopolitics • Sociology of Work and Organisations • History of Political Thought • Environmental Policy and Society • Motivation and Teamwork • Integral Personal Development - Part I • European Institutions • Law, Politics and the International System • Political Decision Making • Influencing Change and Policymaking • International Project Management • International Security • Integral Personal Development - Part II • International Strategic Management • Leadership In additon to: Study of a foreign language Two internship placements Final Project related to Leadership Choice of Full or Part Time study modes with compulsory attendance All of the ESE undergraduate Bachelor’s degree programmes are taught in English and have a standard 360 UK/180 ECTS credit structure .

Assessment method

Assessment methods are designed not only to grade performance but to motivate learners and influence their learning strategies. Formative feedback will be offered for contributory assessments and other activities that take place during the course of the module. Also, inter- sessional tasks which students will be asked to undertake will be reflective not only of the nature of the examination questions but also of real workplace scenarios in order to enhance their professional skills. Formative feedback will focus on ways of improving work and will typically be offered in a number of ways appropriate for the kind of task undertaken by the student, including: • In person, either individually, or collectively during seminars, workshops, or tutorials. • Via personal email • Via the virtual learning environment. Assessment strategies are devised on a course by course basis according to the nature of the material to be covered, and can include anything from in-class quizzes and exams to individual or group projects, essays and case studies.


How to apply

Application codes

Please select a course option – you will then see the application code you need to use to apply for the course.

Points of entry

The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1
  • Year 2
  • Year 3

Entry requirements for advanced entry (i.e. into Year 2 and beyond)

Admission with credit transfer Students wishing to apply for credit transfer from previous studies to the ESE Degree Programme, may be admitted with credit transfers by demonstrating that they have already achieved the equivalent number and level of credits in similar subjects. The maximum amount of transferable credit allowed shall not normally exceed 2/3 of the course or 240 units (120 ECTS) for Undergraduate Programmes and 50% or 90 units of the course for Postgraduate programmes (45 ECTS). Relevant transcripts and module specifications will need to be submitted upon application. Please contact us to receive more information.

International applicants

Students may apply from any country for any centre. Students not having citizenship or settled status in the UK may for the time being only visit London for up to six months. ESE will provide enrolment letters for Visa purposes at the time of students' registration. Students may move freely between the centres subject to visa restrictions.

Entry requirements

Qualification requirements

Please click the following link to find out more about qualification requirements for this course

https://www.ese.ac.uk/admission


English language requirements

ENGLISH Language requirements**: IELTS 6.0 (169 – 175) TOEFL iBT 87; Pearson Test 50-57; Cambridge CAE grade C; Trinity College ISE II

https://www.ese.ac.uk/admission


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

EU £22000 Year 1
International £22000 Year 1
England £22000 Year 1
Northern Ireland £22000 Year 1
Scotland £22000 Year 1
Wales £22000 Year 1
Channel Islands £22000 Year 1
Republic of Ireland £22000 Year 1

Tuition fee status depends on a number of criteria and varies according to where in the UK you will study. For further guidance on the criteria for home or overseas tuition fees, please refer to the UKCISA website .

Additional fee information

Registration fee £2,500 Annually

Sponsorship information

ESE encourages students – both undergraduate and postgraduate – to come to the European School of Economics regardless of their financial circumstances. The scholarships ESE offers enable prospective students to receive reductions on tuition. No reduction is allowed on the Registration Fee and/or on other applicable fees. Eligibility All scholarships are awarded subject to the prospective student meeting ESE’s entry requirements and abiding by the rules and regulations. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship the student will need to have been accepted and offered admission to study at ESE. Application for Scholarship Scholarships are awarded across all programmes of study, varying from nominal to substantial tuition reduction. Students interested to secure scholarships are encouraged to apply using the prescribed Scholarship Application Form available online and at the Office of Admissions.

Bachelor of Science Global Political Science: Leadership at European School of Economics - UCAS