Missy is now in receipt of admissions decisions from all of the universities in the UK to which she applied. She has been accepted to 100% of these universities.
University of Leicester, UK
The University of Leicester has offered Missy a place to study for the Bachelor of Arts with Honours in International Relations. At the heart of the UK, Leicester is a leading university committed to international excellence, world-changing research, and high quality, inspirational teaching. Celebrating diversity among its staff and students; widening participation in higher education; engaging with local, national, and international communities, all of these are part of what the University does and what it represents.
Founded in 1921 as a memorial to the Great War, the University of Leicester has a proud history of ambitious projects that lead to amazing discoveries. This is where genetic fingerprinting was invented in 1984 and is home to the team who found King Richard III. In its second century, Leicester continues to aspire to be the very best in everything that it does.
Over the course of the International Relations BA students explore some of the most important and interesting issues in international relations, including order and disorder in international relations, human rights in the global order, old and new security challenges, and the impact of globalisation.
Core modules cover international relations from 1945 to the present, ethics and international relations, the world economy, theories of international relations, international security, and foreign policy. Students may also choose from a range of optional modules covering issues such as gender and international relations, old and new wars, counter-terrorism, and international development. Regions covered in depth on the course include the US, Europe, Africa, and Latin America. www.le.ac.uk
Nottingham Trent University, UK
Missy’s application to attend Nottingham Trent University has also been successful. She has been invited to study for the Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Politics and International Relations.
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has been named ‘University of the Year’ 2019 by The Guardian. The prestigious award comes after NTU received the coveted Times Higher Education ‘University of the Year’ 2017, and the influential Times and Sunday Times ‘Modern University of the Year’ 2018. NTU has also been rated Gold in the UK Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework, the highest ranking possible. www.ntu.ac.uk
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