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Course Overview


Our Staff

Staff in the Department of History and Welsh History are active researchers and experts in their field of History. Most are qualified to PhD level and hold PGCHE. To find out more about our staff, please visit our departmental staff page.

Lecturers in the Department of International Politics are all research active and qualified to PhD level, and most also have a PGCHE.

Modules September start - 2024

Please note: The modules listed below are those currently intended for delivery during the next academic year and may be subject to change. They are included here to give an indication of how the course is structured.

Core

Module Name Module Code Credit Value
International Relations: Perspectives and Debates IP20120 20

Options

Module Name Module Code Credit Value
Britain and Ireland in War and Peace since 1800 IP28820 20
Britain and World Politics from Global Empire to Brexit: The Diplomacy of Decline IQ22620 20
China From the Opium War to the Present IP29820 20
Climate Change and International Politics in the Anthropocene IP20720 20
Economic Diplomacy and Leadership IQ24320 20
European Security in 21st Century IP23620 20
Gender, Conflict and Security IP26720 20
Global Politics and the Refugee Regime IQ25520 20
International Politics and Global Development IP29220 20
International Politics and the Nuclear Age IP20420 20
Knowing about Violent Conflict in International Politics IQ24420 20
Middle Powers in the Global Political Economy IQ27120 20
Nationalism in Theory and Practice IP29920 20
People and Power: Understanding Comparative Politics Today IQ23920 20
Race in Global Politics IQ20020 20
Refugee Simulation IQ25620 20
Russian Security in the 21st Century IP21820 20
Strategy, Intelligence and Security in International Politics IQ25120 20
The Arab-Israeli Wars IP21320 20
The British Army's Image in Battle, from the Crimean to the Present IQ20920 20
The Governance of Climate Change: Simulation Module IP22320 20
The Long Shadow of the Second World War IP22720 20
The Past and Present US Intelligence IP26020 20
The Politics and Paradoxes of International Organisations IQ26020 20
UK Politics Today: A Union Under Strain? IQ23820 20
Warfare after Waterloo: Military History 1815-1918 IP25320 20
Women and Global Development IP29620 20
Between Revolution and Reform: China since 1800 HY28520 20
Culture, Society and the Victorians HY29320 20
Environmental History of the Neotropics (Latin America and the Caribbean) in the Capitalocene HY29120 20
Famine in Medieval England HY25520 20
From Poor Law to Welfare State: Poverty and Welfare in Modern Britain, 1815-1948 HY29220 20
History as myth-Making: the 'Myth of the Blitz' HY23420 20
Interdisciplinary and decolonial history HY24320 20
Medieval England and Germany, c. 1050-1250 HY25620 20
Reading a Building HY23120 20
Recounting Racism: Oral History and Modern American Race Relations. HY25020 20
Roads to Modernity: Germany and Japan in the Age of Empires, 1860s-1930s HY28920 20
Seals in Their Context in Medieval England and Wales HY24420 20
The British Isles in the Long Eighteenth Century HY22020 20
The European Reformation HY26520 20
The Nazi Dictatorship: Regime and Society in Germany 1933-1945 HY29420 20
Victorian Visions: Exploring Nineteenth-Century Exhibitions HY24620 20
Wales and the Kings of Britain: Conflict, Power and Identities in the British Isles 1039-1417 WH20120 20
Wales under the Tudors WH23520 20
War, Politics and People: England in Context in the Fourteenth Century HY26720 20

Core

Module Name Module Code Credit Value

Options

Module Name Module Code Credit Value
Between Revolution and Reform: China since 1800 HY38520 20
Britain and Ireland in War and Peace since 1800 IP38820 20
Britain and World Politics from Global Empire to Brexit: the Diplomacy of Decline: IQ32620 20
Climate Change and International Politics in the Anthropocene IP30720 20
Culture, Society and the Victorians HY39320 20
Dissertation * IP30040 40
Economic Diplomacy and Leadership IQ34320 20
Environmental History of the Neotropics (Latin America and the Caribbean) in the Capitalocene HY39120 20
European Security in the 21st Century IP33620 20
Famine in Medieval England HY35520 20
From Poor Law to Welfare State: Poverty and Welfare in Modern Britain, 1815-1948 HY39220 20
Gender, Conflict and Security IP36720 20
Global Politics and the Refugee Regime IQ35520 20
International Politics and the Nuclear Age IP30420 20
Knowing about Violent Conflict in International Politics IQ34420 20
Medieval England and Germany, c. 1050-1250 HY35620 20
Middle Powers in the Global Political Economy IQ37120 20
Nationalism in Theory and Practice IP39920 20
Race in Global Politics IQ30020 20
Refugee Simulation IQ35620 20
Roads to Modernity: Germany and Japan in the Age of Empires, 1860s-1930s HY38920 20
Russian Security in the 21st Century IP31820 20
The Arab Israeli Wars IP31320 20
The British Army's Image in Battle, from the Crimean to the Present IQ30920 20
The British Isles in the Long Eighteenth Century HY30120 20
The European Reformation HY36520 20
The Long Shadow of the Second World War IP32720 20
The Nazi Dictatorship: Regime and Society in Germany 1933-1945 HY39420 20
The Past and Present of US Intelligence IP36020 20
The Politics and Paradoxes of International Organisations IQ36020 20
UK Politics Today: A Union Under Strain? IQ33820 20
Wales and the Kings of Britain: Conflict, Power and Identities in the British Isles 1039-1417 WH30120 20
Wales under the Tudors WH33520 20
War, Politics and People: England in Context in the Fourteenth Century HY36720 20
Women and Global Development IP39620 20

* Also available partially or entirely through the medium of Welsh

Careers


Teaching & Learning


Typical Entry Requirements

UCAS Tariff 120 - 96

A Levels BBB-CCC

GCSE requirements (minimum grade C/4):
English or Welsh

BTEC National Diploma:
DDM-MMM

International Baccalaureate:
30-26

European Baccalaureate:
75%-65% overall

English Language Requirements:
See our Undergraduate English Language Requirements for this course. Pre-sessional English Programmes are also available for students who do not meet our English Language Requirements.

Country Specific Entry Requirements:
International students whose qualification is not listed on this page, can check our Country Specific Entry Requirements for further information.

The University welcomes undergraduate applications from students studying the Access to Higher Education Diploma or T-level qualifications, provided that relevant subject content and learning outcomes are met. We are not able to accept Access to Higher Education Diplomas or T-levels as a general qualification for every undergraduate degree course.
Our inclusive admissions policy values breadth as well as depth of study. Applicants are selected on their own individual merits and offers can vary. If you would like to check the eligibility of your qualifications before submitting an application, please contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office for advice and guidance.

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