Wealth of opportunities
Congratulations on becoming an offer-holder in Politics at The University of Manchester.
As BA Social Science and BSocSc Politics and International Relations students, you will gain knowledge of significant topics across multiple subject areas.
Our interdisciplinary nature provides you with the widest range of topics and units possible.
No matter which course you hold an offer for, you will find a wealth of opportunities waiting for you.
Top 10 UK university for Politics and International Studies (THE World University Rankings 2022).
Home of the British Election Study offering exciting opportunities in electoral politics.
Your next steps
Careers and employability
Make your mark at Manchester
We prepare you for a range of career options, helping you develop key skills that are in demand with employers.
Our graduates earn an average salary of £31,500 after five years, and 90% of graduates are in work or further study after 15 months (Discover Uni).
Tom Danaher, Associate Director at Smith & Williamson in London, explains how his experience at Manchester kickstarted his career.
Learning and support
Your learning experience
Your course units and example timetable
Learn more about your course units and view an example course timetable.
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A week in the life of a BSocSc Politics and International Relations student PDF download (304kb)
Support on your course
We foster a vibrant learning community among staff and students in our Politics department.
You’ll make friends through our many student societies, activities, and receive support from students through our peer-assisted support scheme.
Providing high-quality education
Politics and International Relations in 60 seconds
Alex Otway, a third-year student, talks about his experience on the BSocSc Politics and International Relations course.
Politics and International Relations
Joshua tells us why he chose to study Politics and International Relations at The University of Manchester.
Gary Younge talks on the US election.
Gary Younge, Professor of Sociology, talks about the US election, followed by a Q&A with Angelia Wilson, Professor of Politics.
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Courses within this subject area
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