Overview
Politics & International Relations

Rather than the traditional method of looking at issues by region, our unique thematic approach to teaching enables you to focus on the most topical geo-political issues across the world. Our talented and dedicated team of academics are at the forefront of the key international debates of the day. They are regular media commentators and foster strong links with other renowned experts in the field.

A unique thematic approach

We have particular expertise in the history of human rights, international relations, humanitarian intervention and international criminal law. Rather than the traditional method of looking at issues by region, our unique thematic approach to teaching enables you to focus on the most topical geo-political issues across the world. Our talented and dedicated team of academics are at the forefront of the key international debates of the day. They are regular media commentators and foster strong links with other renowned experts in the field.

London – a world in one city

London is a global hub for international relations. It is home to the headquarters of many of the world’s most important international organisations, think-tanks, charities and research groups. You will benefit from a regular programme of high-profile speakers and events on campus, such as the International Tutu Foundation Peace Summit. You will also take part in international events around the world, such as the Model United Nations. You will also be able to make the most of the many important events in the capital, build your networks and use the rich academic and cultural resources of other leading organisations to further your studies.

Bringing the world to you

At Regent’s, you will encounter a stimulating environment and engage in challenging discussions that enable you to consider global issues from a variety of perspectives. With 140 nationalities represented among students, Regent’s is almost a model United Nations in itself. Our lecturers also come from diverse backgrounds and cultures with vast experience and knowledge in their field. The internationally diverse classrooms encourage thought-provoking debates from a variety of viewpoints and approaches.

Programmes

Postgraduate:

Prospectus and academic calendar