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Undergraduate Courses

Undergraduate Courses

There has never been a more exciting time to study politics. Rapid changes in domestic, regional and global politics have a daily impact on our lives, from traditional party politics to new forms of direct action in global settings.

At the University of Nottingham you are taught by the leading specialists in the most current developments in comparative and global politics as well as political theory. The strength of the school is particularly marked in the fields of security, social and global justice, international history and comparative British politics.

Undergraduate degree courses

View our course pages on the University prospectus:

Single honours

Joint honours where we are the lead school

Joint honours where we are the partner school


A Q-Step ahead

We are one of 18 institutions in the UK to have been selected to participate in the Q-Step programme, designed to help provide the next generation of social scientists with the evaluative and analytical skills required to examine data, as well as enhancing their career prospects.

A specially designed Quantitative Methods pathway is available on our BA Politics and International Relations and MSci International Relations and Global Issues.

How to apply

If you're applying for admission to a full-time first degree course (even if you already hold a degree), you must apply through UCAS.

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Politics Undergraduate Study brochure

Download the politics and international relations undergraduate study brochure

Placements

We recognise that graduates often need more than just a great degree to stand out from the crowd. Our placements and employability programme helps provide valuable work experience and internship opportunities for our students.

Accommodation

At Nottingham we offer a range of different accommodation options; rooms are available as single or shared, en suite or shared bathroom, all the way through to studio flats, and vary from self-catered to fully catered.

Virtual module fair

Watch short videos from staff members about their modules.

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