With a strong tradition of offering courses in globalisation and human rights within the School of Arts and Social Sciences, City, University of London has developed a pioneering approach to International Politics offering a range of module choices for understanding globalisation and international politics in the twenty-first century. Students study the complexities of economic, social and political globalisation that affects the relations of the government and society with other countries. The focus of the modules is on understanding global policy-making on current issues, such as development, the environment, human rights and trade.
To allow for social distancing we anticipate the majority of our teaching for Spring 2021 will be online, with limited in-person teaching.
Below are the courses that we expect to be available for Study Abroad students in 2020/21
|IP1014 Myths and Mysteries in World Politics||IP1015 International Relations Theories|
|IP1017 The Making of the Modern World Economy||IP1016 Introduction to Political Economy|
|IP1018 Politics and Power in World History||IP1019 Emerging Powers in a Changing World|
|IP1021 Principles of Economics: Markets and Prices||IP1022 Principles of Economics: Countries and Systems|
|IP1030 Introduction to Politics||IP1031 The Puzzles of Comparative Politics|
|IP1032 Introduction to Political Theory||IP1033 Politics of Britain|
|IP2020 Advanced Theories of Global Politics||IP2019 Transnational Social Movements|
|IP2024 Security Studies - Conceptual Approaches||IP2022 States and Markets in the Era of Globalisation|
|IP2026 Foreign Policy Analysis 1||IP2023 Global Economy in the 21st Century|
|IP2028 Religion and Politics in the Age of Global Change||IP2025 Security Studies - Contemporary and Emerging Issues|
|IP2031 Comparative Political Economy||IP2027 Foreign Policy Analysis 2|
|IP2033 Advanced Topics in Comparative Politics||IP2030 Economics of the Real World|
|IP2037 Comparative Asian Politics||IP2036 Politics of the USA|
|IP2041 Violent Politics: Riots, Civil Wars and State Repression||IP3013 Politics of Forced Displacement|
|IP3018 Global Governance||IP3016 Current Topics in Global Political Economy|
|IP3020 American Foreign Policy||IP3019 International Politics of the Middle East|
|IP3021 Global Political Economy of Development||IP3022 Political Change in Europe|
|IP3023 Governance of the Global Economy||IP3024 Global Money and Finance|
|IP3025 Global Ethics: Power and Principle in World Politics||IP3027 Theory and Practice of Conflict and Peace|
|IP3035 Ethnicity and Nationalism||IP3028 Human Rights and Reconciliation After Conflict|
Course descriptions are for 2019/20 and are subject to change. If a module description is not shown please contact the Study Abroad Office for the most up-to-date version.
It is occasionally necessary to limit places on particular modules, and/or cancel modules due to lecturer availability, so we are unable to guarantee the running or availability of any modules.