Daniel studied for a degree in International Politics at City, University of London, and graduated in 2016.
“I am now a successful Graduate at Transport for London working in the commercial sector delivering the Mayors vision for London Transport. I would not have been able to achieve this if it hadn’t have been for the support I was given during my time at City, University of London.”
How was your experience as an International Politics student at City, University of London?
Studying International Politics at City, University of London has given me a unique insight into the way our political world system works. The subject modules covered in each year were interesting, challenging and best of all, real life events and issues! If you’re interested in current affairs from real time Brexit analysis during your courses to events taking place all across the world, then this may be the degree for you.
How has City, University of London helped you?
The students and staff at City are absolutely incredible, always willing to provide as much time as you need to explain and simplify the more complex areas that are covered, even to debate issues if that’s what makes you tick. The 3 years I had at City, University of London perfectly equipped me for the wider working world with the help of Politics careers events and my lecturers.
If you could give one piece of advice to a prospective City BSc International Politics student, what would it be?
There are so many relevant areas to go into after an International Politics Degree; here are just a few: International organisations, Journalism and communication, NGOs, Politics, Research, Teaching, The civil service, the corporate sector and many more.
If you want the best possible university experience and exciting career opportunities, then pick City, University of London’s International Politics Degree.
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