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From constitutions to wars and terrorism – Politics & International Relations covers a range of important issues. We also offer some of the best teaching in Human Resource Management (HRM) in both Scotland and the UK. Human Resource Management (HRM) is about the relationship between employers and employees and the ways in which people are managed in the workplace. Why Politics and International Relations and Human Resource Management at Strathclyde?Join a vibrant research and teaching
From constitutions to wars and terrorism – Politics & International Relations covers a range of important issues. We also offer some of the best teaching in Human Resource Management (HRM) in both Scotland and the UK. Human Resource Management (HRM) is about the relationship between employers and employees and the ways in which people are managed in the workplace. Why Politics and International Relations and Human Resource Management at Strathclyde?Join a vibrant research and teaching environment for a first-class student experience, as evidenced by excellent scores in consecutive National Student Surveys. This is a leading School with a global reputation for both teaching and research. Benefit from award-winning international academics engaged in real-world research in various fields including elections and voting, public policy, political parties, comparative political systems, international relations and security studies. Politics & International Relations at Strathclyde is ranked 1st in Scotland for research impact beyond academia. It has a long tradition of engagement with both national and global media organisations, government, parliament and international organisations such as the EU and OECD. Enhance your future employability by learning cutting-edge research skills in the areas of data science and quantitative and qualitative methods from leading scholars in the field. Politics & International Relations students benefit from opportunities for university internships, employer placements, international exchanges and work as paid research assistants for leading academics. Your CareerStrathclyde Politics and International Relations enhances graduate employability opportunities in careers in the civil service and areas of government, research, parliament, the media, education and commerce, among many other areas.