This programme offers a multidisciplinary analysis of contemporary European Union government, politics and public policy, including its impact on the EU member states and the broader international system. Its broad spectrum of courses draws on comparative political science, international relations, European Union law and European political economy and is based across three Departments: the European Institute, and Departments of Government and International Relations, allowing students to draw on the expertise of the largest number of academic experts in European government, politics and public policy to be found anywhere in Europe. In addition to gaining a thorough knowledge of the EU, students will be able to analyse it in a multifaceted way which combines problem'solving and detailed empirical knowledge with the latest theoretical perspectives.
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- Minimum entry requirement: 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline, preferably in a social science subject (see entry requirements)
- English requirement: Standard (see English requirements)