Pathway to a degree in International Relations and Politics
Our pathway to a degree in International Relations and Politics is a popular route into studying at Cardiff University.
Studying the pathway offers a chance for you to gain professional knowledge and skills in a stimulating environment, taught by knowledgeable tutors. Modules are taught in the evening, and we welcome applications from people who may have been out of formal education for some time.
How it works
The pathway is made up 60 credits and is equivalent to 50% of the first year of a degree. It is intended to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to study a degree in International Relations and Politics at Cardiff University.
- 1989: A Pivotal Year for Europe (10 credits)
- The Political System in Wales (20 credits)
- Introduction to International Relations (10 credits)
- European Law (10 credits)
- Contemporary Issues in Europe (10 credits)
Under normal circumstances, you can expect to complete the pathway within one year, but you can take longer if needed.
Information about funding and finance can be found on our Funding and paying for your learning page.
If you have any queries or would like to find out more about this pathway please contact:
Pathways to a degree
We offer flexible learning, specialist tutors, extensive facilities and opportunities to progress.