Degree programmes and courses

The School of Government and Society offers a number of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Masters degree programmes, as well as an active PhD programme.

Undergraduate degrees: Study a Year Abroad on our Undergraduate Degrees. Study anywhere in the world on our undergraduate year abroad degrees in politics, international relations, sociology and political economy.

Degrees by department:

Student news in the School of Government and Society

Posted 20 May 2016

Subjecthood – A new entry point for critical social inquiry?

This workshop aimed to answer the question of how the idea of subjecthood can be understood and how it might be conceptualised. In doing so, special attention is to be paid to the fact that any subject of social change is inevitably embedded in a global political economy and its different epistemic frameworks and historical legacies.

Posted 05 May 2016

Student enhancement events - with cake!

POLSIS is a department committed to delivering the best possible learning experience to students and to help students fulfil their potential. The Academic Enhancement and Innovation Working Group, led by Dr Nicole Scicluna and Dr Lorenzo Cladi was pleased to organise yet another great event for the purpose of student enhancement.

Posted 04 May 2016

European Commissioner Replies to Letter from POLSIS students

The European Commissioner for Social Policy replied to letter in which students of the POLSIS module Institutions, Politics and Policies of the EU explained their views on the future of European integration in social policy.

Posted 23 March 2016

Welcome to the IDD E-newsletter March 2016

Welcome to the March 2016 edition of IDD's newsletter. We're now about half way into the academic year and the time is flying by! This newsletter shares news from IDD staff, student and alumni, so please do get in touch if there are items you'd like included – we produce these newsletters twice a year (March and October) and the Annual Report during the summer. We wish our ongoing students every success in their remaining module assignments and in undertaking their dissertations.

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