On this course you will spend half your time studying International Politics and the other half studying Human Geography. In International Politics you will study topics such as security, strategy, post-colonialism, regional politics, theory, ethics, international organisations and a range of contemporary challenges. You will also have the opportunity to take part in Parliamentary placements in Westminster and Cardiff, exchanges with universities around the world, and the annual and hugely popular crisis games. In Human Geography you will have the opportunity to study sustainability, urbanisation, rural change, cultural and historical geography, and political studies, guided by world-leading academics, with field courses, seminars and workshops supporting your studies, giving you practical experience and the opportunity to develop your specialist and transferable skills. In choosing this three year Bachelor of Arts joint honours degree in International Politics and Human Geography at Aberystwyth, you will join a vibrant and cosmopolitan learning environment. Throughout your studies you will develop a wealth of specialist knowledge and competencies and a set of additional skills that can be easily transferred into almost any graduate or professional employment situation.