International Relations is the study of politics, law and economics on a global level
The course consists of 4 core modules and these are combined with English classes to support your learning and prepare you for university.
The course will help you to begin to understand the core literature and main theoretical debates in the field of International Relations and it will assist in working independently to plan and produce lucid, coherent, and analytic written work. It covers four core modules which are International Relations, Law, Economics and Maths.
The course will give you a solid basis for further study in any of these topics at university. Students who have studied on our International Relations course have gone on to study courses in International Relations, Law and Politics at universities such as King’s College London
These are the entry requirements for the International Relations Foundation Course
|SEPTEMBER START||JANUARY START|
|COURSE LEVEL||RQF LEVEL 3||RQF LEVEL 3|
|AGE AT START OF COURSE||16.5||17|
|ENGLISH LEVEL||IELTS 5.0||IELTS 5.5|
Here’s some key course information for the International Relations Foundation Course.
|INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS||September Start||January Start|
|Course Length||3 terms||2 terms*|
|Start Dates||7th September 2020||11th January 2021|
|English Language Requirement||IELTS 5.0||IELTS 5.5|
|Hours of study per week||23||>30|
|Tuition Fees per Term||£6540||£6540|
|Accommodation Options||Residential or Homestay||Homestay|
These are the subjects you’ll study on the course
- International Relations
- English (IELTS/EAP)
- Tutor /UCAS sessions
You can also download the full International Relations Syllabus here
Here are some of the universities and courses that our graduates chose following their International Relations Course at St Andrew’s
|King’s College London||BA (Hons) International Relations|
|Goldsmiths, University of London||BA (Hons) International Relations|
|University of Birmingham||BA (Hons) International Relations|
|University of York||BA (Hons) International Relations|
|University of Essex||BA (Hons) International Relations|
|University of East Anglia (UEA)||BA (Hons) International Relations|
To apply for a course, go to our APPLY page. You can choose to apply online or download our application forms and scan them to us. Please ensure you read the instructions on the page so you complete the correct forms.