A degree in International Relations will provide students with an understanding of core international issues across broad subject paths such as politics, education and crime. Students will be encouraged to analyse, interpret and evaluate real world events in an supportive and exciting learning environment.
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|1||University of Oxford||Oxford, England|
|2||London School of Economics||London, England|
|3||University of Cambridge||Cambridge, England|
|4||SOAS University of London||London, England|
|5||King's College London||London, England|
|6||University College London||London, England|
|7||University of Essex||Essex, South East England|
|8||University of Edinburgh||Edinburgh, Scotland|
|9||University of Warwick||Coventry, England|
|10||University of Manchester||Manchester, England|
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