Undergraduate courses for entry in 2021

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  • Seventh in the UK for Politics and International Studies

    Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings by subject, 2020

  • Home of the British Election Study offering exciting opportunities for study within electoral politics

  • Paid work placement opportunities through Q-Step, at organisations including the World Bank and YouGov

Why study Politics and International Relations at Manchester?

Politics and International Relations involves the study of power and wealth, political institutions, their processes, those that play a part and the ideas that change the world.

As one of the largest politics departments in the UK, Politics at Manchester is structured around three core areas: comparative politics, international relations and political theory. This structure extends across everything we do,
from undergraduate teaching to top-level research.