On this International Relations degree from University of East Anglia you’ll look at international relations from a huge range of perspectives. You’ll consider the causes and outcomes of conflict between – and within – countries, global economic crises and their consequences and the importance of organisations such as the European Union or United Nations. You’ll study immigration patterns and the challenges they raise for would-be migrants and states. You’ll learn about human rights, geopolitical dynamics such as the rise of China and questions of development, poverty, famine, disease and gender equality, within the international system.
In learning about these issues, you’ll study different regions in the world from the Asia Pacific, to Latin America, to Europe, Africa, the United States, and beyond.
You’ll be taught by academic staff who are active researchers and experts in their field. And you’ll have the opportunity to take part in study trips, internships and placements in Britain and Europe, as well as an extended period of study abroad. The course will provide you with the necessary knowledge and study skills to gain a sophisticated understanding of how the world works.
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