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Politics and International Relations

Politics and international relations is about power, identity, conflict and society, as well as the complex systems and organisations that govern the world.

It’s a subject that can lead to careers in government, education, media, business and more. At Queen Mary we exploit our London location to the full, inviting a range of high-profile speakers to the campus and organising regular events which give our students the chance to engage with Westminster, Whitehall and the third sector.

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  1. Economics and International Relations Year of Entry2023

    BSc (Econ) (Hons)
  2. Economics and International Relations Year of Entry2022

    BSc (Econ) (Hons)
  3. Economics and Politics Year of Entry2023

    BSc (Econ) (Hons)
  4. Economics and Politics Year of Entry2022

    BSc (Econ) (Hons)
  5. French and Politics Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  6. French and Politics Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  7. German and Politics Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  8. German and Politics Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  9. Global Development Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  10. Global Development Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  11. Graduate Diploma in Humanities and Social Sciences Year of Entry2022

    GradDip
  12. Graduate Diploma in Humanities and Social Sciences Year of Entry2023

    GradDip
  13. Hispanic Studies and Politics Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  14. Hispanic Studies and Politics Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  15. History and International Relations Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  16. History and Politics Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  17. History and Politics Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  18. International Relations Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  19. International Relations Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  20. International Relations with Business Management Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  21. International Relations with Business Management Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  22. Law and Politics Year of Entry2022

    LLB (Hons)
  23. Law and Politics Year of Entry2023

    LLB (Hons)
  24. Politics Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  25. Politics Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  26. Politics and International Relations Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  27. Politics and International Relations Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  28. Politics and Sociology Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  29. Politics and Sociology Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  30. Politics with Business Management Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  31. Politics with Business Management Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  32. Russian and Politics Year of Entry2023

    BA (Hons)
  33. Russian and Politics Year of Entry2022

    BA (Hons)
  34. Global Public Health and Policy MRes Year of Entry2021

    MRes
  35. Global Public Health and Policy MSc Year of Entry2021

    MSc
  36. Graduate Diploma in Humanities and Social Sciences Year of Entry2022

    GradDip
  37. History of Political Thought and Intellectual History MA Year of Entry2021

    MA
  38. International Business and Politics MRes Year of Entry2021

    MRes
  39. International Business and Politics MSc Year of Entry2021

    MSc
  40. International Public Policy MSc Year of Entry2021

    MSc
  41. International Relations (Paris) MA Year of Entry2021

    MA
  42. International Relations (Paris) PGDip Year of Entry2021

    PGDip
  43. International Relations MA Year of Entry2021

    MA
  44. International Relations MRes Year of Entry2021

    MRes
  45. International Relations PGDip Year of Entry2021

    PGDip
  46. MA | PGDip | PGCert International Relations (Queen Mary Online) Year of Entry2021

    PGCert, PGDip
  47. MSc | PGDip | PGCert International Public Policy (Queen Mary Online) Year of Entry2021

    PGCert, PGDip, MSc
  48. Public Policy MRes Year of Entry2021

    MRes
  49. Public Policy MSc Year of Entry2021

    MSc
  50. Politics

    PhD
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I’m grateful for the professors and teachers in the School of Politics and International Relations who go above and beyond to create a space for students to be open and free, offering guidance when needed and pushing students to achieve better grades, which has really enhanced my learning experience.
— Samya Tazmin, International Relations BA (Third year)
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