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Philosophy with Politics & IR BA

The central aim of the Politics & IR minor is to enable you to understand and analyse the relationship between the individual and the state, and the sources of state authority and forms of government.

Philosophy with Politics & IR BA

The Philosophy with Politics & IR BA will help you to understand our world and our place in it. In Philosophy, you will consider how humans ought to interact with each other and the world and explore central philosophical arguments and questions throughout history. In the Politics & IR minor you will study how humans interact with each other, how they create their institutions, and the different bases societies find for state authority and legitimacy. 

Award:

BA (Hons) Philosophy with Politics & International Relations

UCAS code:

T100

Location:

Bloomsbury, London

Entry requirements:

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Study mode:

Full-time

Start date:

16th September 2019 (see term dates)

Duration:

3 years

Annual tuition fees:

UK, EU, EEA & Swiss: £9,250

International: £14,000

Teaching & learning

You will experience an average of over 10 high-quality contact hours with academics per week, typically consisting of:

  • 6 hours of degree lectures
  • 1-hour one-to-one tutorial
  • 1-hour small group tutorial
  • 1.5 hours LAUNCH seminar
  • 2 hours NCH Diploma lectures

Timetables

Timetables are usually made available to students during Freshers’ Week. Teaching can be scheduled to take place during any day of the week. However, when possible, Wednesday afternoons are usually reserved for sports and cultural activities.

Your qualification

New College of the Humanities’ degrees have been designed and created by the College’s world-class professors and faculty. The courses reflect their areas of expertise and research interests, meaning that they are strongly engaged with the material that they will teach you, and there may be opportunities for students to participate in active research. Read more

In the case of the Philosophy major and minor, the curriculum is overseen and advocated by Professor A C Grayling MA, DPhil (Oxon) FRSL, FRSA, Master of New College of the Humanities, Supernumerary Fellow of St Anne’s College, Oxford, and previously Professor of Philosophy at Birkbeck College, University of London.

In the case of the Politics & International Relations major and minor, the curriculum was overseen and advocated by Professor Vernon Bogdanor CBE, BA, MA (Oxon), FBA, Research Professor at the Institute of Contemporary History, King’s College London, formerly Professor of Government at the University of Oxford, Fellow of the British Academy, Honorary Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences and a former adviser to a number of governments, including those of Albania, the Czech Republic and Hungary.

New College of the Humanities has undergone a review for educational oversight by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). NCH is subject to educational oversight by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) under the UK Visas and Immigration’s Tier 4 sponsorship requirements. See QAA for more information.

The New College of the Humanities undergraduate degree programmes have been validated by Southampton Solent University as being of an appropriate standard and quality and will lead to the Southampton Solent University award of the BA (Hons).

To reflect the greater richness of your studies and the additional Core Courses and professional development programme that you study at the College, you will be awarded the NCH Diploma in addition to your degree. The diploma sets you apart from other graduates by marking the greater breadth of your education at the College. The NCH Diploma is a non-credit bearing award.

Programme specifications

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