3 July 2020
The module will give students the opportunity to study International Relations and its impact on important recent world events.
The teaching will feature a clear and systematic coverage of classic International Relations theory focusing in particular on power, national interest, foreign policy, war and trade. A central theme of the teaching will give students the ability to use theory to make sense of current world events, from the increasing impact of religion, the rise of nationalism and the changing role of America to the challenges of politics and human rights.
This module aims to:
Develop confidence in understanding and communicating complex ideas.
Develop skills in research, collaborative learning and writing effective commentary on their opinions and views on a topic.
Introduce students to the actors and influencers that shape international relations development.
Credits are equivalent to 2.5 ECTS
GBP 0: Module must be taken as part of a Week 1-3 or Week 1-6 International Summer School programme, so no individual module prices are available.