International Relations and Social Policy BSc (Hons)

Aston University, Birmingham

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**Aston University is The Guardians University of the Year 2020.****Course outline**As a student on the BSc (Hons) International Relations and Social Policy course, you’ll explore the major political and social issues faced by governments across the world. You will develop a knowledge and understanding of the international state system, the structure and purpose of international organisations, and the roles played by international institutions, other intergovernmental organisations, ... READ MORE

Different course options

Full time | Main Site | 3 Years | 19-SEP-22

Key stats

Uni rankings

Social Policy
WUSCA student ranking
WUSCA student ranking
These are the 2020 rankings, based on ratings given by past and current students.
63rd / 131
CUG ranking
Complete University Guide Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2022
47th
CUG subject ranking
Complete University Guide Subject Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2022
23rd

Start date and duration

Start date
19-SEP-22
Full Time
3 Years

Politics

Drop-out rate
Drop-out rate
The percentage of students who didn't finish the course.
Calculated by 100% - (% of students continuing course + % of students completed course)
100 - 95 = 5% Drop-out rate
Source: UNISTATS, 2019

Employment rate
Employment rate
The percentage of students in full-time work 6 months after finishing their course.
Source: UNISTATS, 2019

Average salary
Average salary
Source: UNISTATS, 2019

Politics graduate salary at this uni
£22,000
UK Politics graduate salary
£21,000

Social Policy

Average salary
Average salary
Source: UNISTATS, 2019

Social Policy graduate salary at this uni
£21,000
UK Social Policy graduate salary
£19,000

Modules
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Source: IDP Connect, November 2021

Entry requirements
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A level
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Previous study
Previous study
The most common A-levels taken by students who end up studying this subject at uni.
Source: HESA, 2018

Social Policy

Top 5 A-levels taken by students who study this subject at uni
Sociology
38%
Religious Studies & Theology
28%
Business Studies
25%
History
22%
Government & Politics
21%

Politics

Tuition fees

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Students from Other UK
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£9,250 per year
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Students from England Students from England
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£9,250 per year
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Students from Scotland Students from Scotland
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£9,250 per year
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£16,300 per year
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Student rating ( 3.9) 34 reviews

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3 star 15%
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Student rating ( 4.0) 925 reviews

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3 star 15%
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Where you'll study

Aston University, Birmingham

Aston Triangle Birmingham
B4 7ET United Kingdom Nearest train station: Birmingham Moor Street  0.3 miles away

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