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113 POLITICS


Learn about the people and policies shaping the world. Our courses are shaped by events straight from the headlines, giving you a head start on a career in politics, economics or law.


Our tutors are involved in cutting-edge research and helping to influence policies. You’ll get a grasp on current issues with real-world assignments. And you’ll have the chance to go on informative work placements.


International Politics BA During the course you’ll analyse issues in political economy, geopolitics, and development across the western world and beyond. We will encourage you to think creatively and critically while developing your ability to link theories with the skills you’ll need for your future career.


UCAS code L240 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/209


International Politics, Economics and Law BA Develop an expert understanding of international systems and processes, economics, international politics and law. You’ll focus on issues such as human rights and development. And you’ll learn from expert academics who harness the latest research to inform your learning throughout the programme.


UCAS code L2EL Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/188


International Politics and Law BA This BA gives you the legal skills, political concepts and analytical tools you need for your professional career in global politics, international law and governance. You’ll study different aspects of law combined with geopolitics, international political economy and development. You’ll also have opportunities for placements with major organisations.


UCAS code L20L Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/187


European Law and Politics LLB Build your knowledge of the complexities of European law and politics through this specialised LLB. The course will introduce you to law and policymaking processes in Europe and develop your hands-on skills which will be even more in demand after Brexit.


UCAS code M294 Entry requirements 120 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/183


Law with International Relations LLB Learn about the challenges and opportunities within international relations while you gain the initial qualifications to become a qualified solicitor or barrister in England and Wales. You’ll learn about legal concepts, principles and rules as well as global challenges and the international answers to these challenges.


UCAS code M29C Entry requirements 120 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/185


Foundation year in Law and Social Sciences available — see page 132


GRADUATE CAREERS Our graduates have the skills to succeed in sectors linked to governance, business, diplomacy, law, risk, foreign policy analysis and the media. They’ve gone on to work with NGOs, public sector and business, in areas like political and social research, public relations, country risk analysis, and more.


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