Queen's University Belfast
Bachelor of Arts
36 months / (6 semesters)
8,950 GBP per semester
- Full Time
- In Campus
The academic study of politics is concerned with the sources of conflict, co-operation, power and decision-making within and between societies, how differences are expressed through ideology and organisation, and how, if at all, disagreements and problems are resolved.
You will develop an in-depth understanding of politics, political theory, how states are governed, and the place of citizens in politics.
Politics is a very dynamic subject area, and Queen’s Politics and International Relations staff study such topical issues as environmental politics, Brexit, democratic reforms (such as Citizens’ Assemblies and other democratic innovations), migration, citizenship, conflict, and security.
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Details on admission requirements
|An IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in each test component or an equivalent acceptable qualification|
The following qualifications will be considered for direct entry to our undergraduate programmes:
An average mark of 70 - 85% or higher (best of 5 academic subjects) in the Standard Indian XII Higher Secondary School certificates awarded by the central boards (CBSE, CISCE) or a state board, or equivalent, with 75% or higher where subject requirements are stipulated (comparable with Grade B at A Level).
To be considered for entry to Medicine or Dentistry, applicants should hold the Indian Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Grade XII with a minimum of 90% overall, including marks of at least 90% in Chemistry and Biology.
If applicants have taken JEE Main or Advanced examinations, results may be considered in addition to Standard XII results. Good percentile scores in JEE subjects will be considered where performance in a key subject in Standard XII is below the stated minimum requirement. In order for JEE scores to be considered, applicants should have achieved the University’s normal Standard XII overall percentage requirement (as outlined above), with at least 60% in key subjects.
If you do not meet these requirements you may be eligible to apply for entry to the INTO Queen's International Foundation. These programmes are based on our campus and help you to prepare for study with us. Successful completion guarantees progression to Stage 1 of an undergraduate degree programme at Queen's (with the exception of Agricultural Technology, Medicine, Dentistry and Social Work).English Language Requirements:
Applicants will normally need to demonstrate a level of English equivalent to 6.5 IELTS or 90 TOEFL IBT (Internet based test). However, some degree programmes have higher or lower requirements (please check individual courses for programme requirements). The full list of acceptable English Language qualifications is available here.English Languages Accepted by university:
Note: Admission requirements might be changed based on the course and the student's country for this university.
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