BSc International Relations

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Field : Arts
Provider : Royal Institute of Colombo ( RIC )
Granting Institute : UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
Mode of Study: Full time in Sri Lanka
Duration : 3 Years

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Overview

  • The study of International Relations is characterized by a sense of pluralism; it is an arena of debate between competing theoretical perspectives. The discipline encourages critical engagement with global policy challenges and seeks answers to pressing issues in international politics today. This degree programme is for those, who wish to engage critically with the range of materials about contemporary international relations, perhaps those from other subject areas, such as economics or law and who need to be equipped with sufficient knowledge of international relations to enable them to understand the international dimensions of their own chosen fields.

 

Entry Requirements

Standard Route

  1. Local GCE A/L with at least 2 “C” passes OR London GCE A/L with at least 2 “E” passes.

  2. GCE O/L with at least 4 “C” passes including Mathematics and English.

  3. Age 17 years or above as at 1st September of the year of registration.

 

CertHE Route

  1. Age Requirements: Students must normally be aged 18 or above before 31stDecember in the year they first register.

  2. One (1) GCE A/L (Local/London) and 4 GCE O/L (Local/London) including Mathematics and English.

OR

  1. Six (6) GCE O/L (Local/London) including Mathematics and English.

  2. Mathematics and English requirements: GCE O/L (Local/London) with a grade C or above

 

Graduate Entry Route (flexible)

  1. At least a 3-years Bachelors Degree from a University in any field of study, recognized by the University of London.

 

Degree Structure

Standard Route

100 Courses

  • IR1011 Introduction to international relations

  • PS1130 Introduction to modern political thought or PS1172 Introduction to political science

  • One 100 course (or two half courses) from Selection group F(i)

  • One 100 course (or two half courses) from Selection groups F(i), F(ii) or F(iii)

 

200 and 300 courses

  • IR3026 International political economy

  • IR3083 International political theory

  • IR2085 International organisations

  • IR2137 Foreign policy analysis

  • IR3140 Security and international relations

  • One 300 course from Selection groups IR or P

  • One course (or two half courses) from Selection groups E, IR, P or S

  • One 100, 200 or 300 course (or two half courses from any Selection group

 

Graduate Entry Route

100 Courses

  • IR1011 Introduction to international relations

  • PS1130 Introduction to modern political thought or PS1172 Introduction to political science

  • One 100 course (or two half courses) from Selection group F(i)

  • One 100 course (or two half courses) from Selection groups F(i), F(ii) or F(iii)

 

200 and 300 Courses

  • IR3026 International political economy

  • IR3083 International political theory

  • IR2085 International organisations

  • IR2137 Foreign policy analysis

  • IR3140 Security in international relations

 

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