Undergraduate

l250 - International Relations BA

International Relations BA Honours

UCAS Code: L250 (full time: 3 Years)

Course Overview

This programme provides a solid theoretical and empirical grounding in International Relations.

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At a Glance

UCAS Code
L250

UCAS Institution Name and Code
NEWC, N21

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Degree Awarded
BA Honours

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Course Duration
3 Years

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Entry Requirements
A Level: AAA-ABB
IB: 32-34 points

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Opportunities

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You will study the ideas, actors, and structures which shape and influence the world we live in.

You can choose from a range of specialist modules allowing you to structure the course largely according to your own interests, choosing topics such as:

  • international organisations
  • security and foreign policy
  • international political economy
  • Chinese, African, Middle Eastern, Russian, or US politics

You can undertake, and report on, an independently conducted research exercise and you’ll have the opportunity to study abroad at one of our partner institutions across the world.

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Course Details

As this is a new course for 2020 entry, modules will be confirmed in due course.

Entry Requirements

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All candidates are considered on an individual basis.

If your qualifications are not listed here, please see our additional entry requirements web pages to find out which other qualifications are considered. 

The entrance requirements below apply to 2020 entry.

Undergraduate Admissions Policy

See our 2018 Admissions Policy (PDF: 185 KB).

See further policies related to admission.

Careers

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The destination data is available in varying levels, beginning with the University and moving through Faculty and School down to individual course reports. This final level may give you some useful ideas about possible options after your course or a course you are considering.

Careers and employability at Newcastle

Newcastle University consistently has one of the best records for graduate employment in the UK.

96% of our 2017 UK-domiciled UG/PG graduates progressed to employment or further study within six months of graduating.

85.5% of our graduates are in graduate level employment or further study within six months of graduating.

We provide an extensive range of opportunities to all students through an initiative called ncl+. This enables you to develop personal, employability and enterprise skills and to give you the edge in the employment market after you graduate.

Our award-winning Careers Service is one of the largest and best in the country, and we have strong links with employers.

Fees & Funding

Fees and funding

As this is a new course for 2020 entry, fees and funding opportunities will be confirmed in due course.

 

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Applying to Newcastle University through UCAS

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UCAS codes for Newcastle University

  • institution name - NEWC
  • institution code - N21

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