Our members teach at all levels within the School of Law and Politics.
We teach several modules at undergraduate level addressing how digital technologies fit into the broader international relations discipline. These include:
- cybersecurity: diplomacy and digital rights in global politics
- digital technology and global politics
- technologies of warfare.
The School of Law and Politics offers a range of postgraduate degrees that address politics and international relations. Introduction to digital technology and international relations is an example of a module taught by our members.
Our members are regularly engaged in tutoring motivated PhD students, passionate about the politics and policy of the internet. For further details please visit the School's Politics and International Relations PhD page.
More information on our undergraduate courses is available on Course finder.