Politics and American Studies BA Jt Hons

This degree combines the study of American history and culture with the study of government and politics on a global scale.
Year of entry
3-4 years full-time
Type of study
A level offer
Required subjects

None specific

IB score
6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element)
UK/EU fees
International fees
Course location
University Park
American and Canadian Studies Politics and International Relations


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I chose to study at Nottingham because it’s one of the best in the country for an American Studies degree and the campus is beautiful. The pastoral care from the department is excellent, especially during the sometimes-difficult transition in first year. There are regular career talks open to all students about different paths you can take after your degree, given by people established in the industry. From one of these talks I have established an informal mentorship in my field of interest.
Annastasia Graham, BA American and Canadian Literature, History and Culture


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