Combined studies provide students with distinctive pathways to many of the most important areas of the social sciences. City students are encouraged to develop a mixture of transferable skills and competencies such as critical thinking, communication, research design and data analysis, problem-solving and interpersonal skills and graduate from this course with a comprehensive understanding of the ways in which the various disciplines relate to and inform each other. City's International Politics and Sociology BSc is a joint degree that offers a broad understanding of both subjects with a special focus on how the local and the global relate to each other. Studying in a unique environment this course benefits from the expertise in globalisation at the School of Arts & Social Sciences. BSc International Politics and Sociology explores intergovernmental relations and the intersociety relations of non-governmental organisations (NGOs). You will gain a broad understanding of local, national and global social relations.The degree's Q-Step Centre-affiliated Quantitative Methods pathway is particularly suitable if you wish to develop strong data literacy and quantitative methods skills. In the latest National Student Survey (NSS) 94% of students said the course was intellectually stimulating. In the latest National Student Survey (NSS) 94% of students said the course was intellectually stimulating. It also showed that 100% of our students were in employment within 6 months.