This course integrates analysis of international affairs with the its relationship to national politics in a changing international system. Read more at the University of Portsmouth website. WHY STUDY THIS COURSE? You will study with research-active lecturers in both disciplines, using innovative teaching methods, simulations and pop-up seminars. You will have opportunities to publish your work in our student journal, or to study or work abroad. MORE ABOUT THIS COURSE Your studies can be tailored to your needs, with a wide range of options to choose from. Career-enhancing skills are built into the degree programme, and you can undertake a work placement as either a sandwich year or during your study. WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR? This course is for students interested in conflict in the international system, developments in British politics, and relations between them. SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE GAINED The course includes opportunities for work placements, and through your studies you will develop various skills such as team working, time and project management, analysis and presentation skills. You will also have the opportunity to work or study abroad. AFTER THE COURSE You will be prepared for a range of graduate careers, such as government work, think tanks and research, international organisations, charities, media and international business. You will also be well placed for postgraduate study.