Studying politics and international relations at The University of Nottingham provides you with a firm foundation for your future career. Politics as a subject is valued by employers in many sectors and our graduates do well in the graduate job market.
93% of graduates leaving politics and international relations courses in the 2015/16 academic year secured work or futher study within six months of graduating.
Continuing to a higher degree is a popular option and our graduates are very successful in accessing taught and research opportunities, in areas related to their academic, personal and career interests.
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In addition to your subject knowledge, the degree equips you with key employability skills such as:
Politics and international relations students graduating in the summer of 2015 faced a competitive market and a high standard of applications.
Approximately one third of large recruiter opportunities are filled by graduates who have already worked for the organisations through internships or placements.
Gaining relevant experience during studies has an increasing impact on a graduates' success in the recruitment process. Our graduates continued to be successful in sourcing professional, well-paid positions in major companies and organisations.
The table below lists a range of employers where our politics and international relations are now working.
Our graduates secured professional positions across a diverse range of employment sectors, but the key sectors of employment for our 2015 graduates are:
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