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Undergraduate Global Studies

Why study Economics, Politics & Policy at UEL

Unique opportunities - This degree course is uniquely integrated with the political and economic hubs of Westminster and the City of London, offering you valuable networking opportunities and world-class guest lectures.

Employability - This degree course is uniquely integrated with the political and economic hubs of Westminster and the City of London, offering you valuable networking opportunities and world-class guest lectures.

Work-based placements 
- This course has a strong practical emphasis. A final year placement at one of our London-based partner organisations will allow you to put theory into practice and gain valuable work experience.

Economics, Politics & Policy course

Why study International Relations at UEL?

  • Travel overseas - If you want to take your studies abroad, there’s also an opportunity to broaden your horizons by spending a term studying in Brazil at the SENAC University in Sao Paulo.
  • Work based placements - We’ll offer you the chance to undertake work experience or a placement during your studies, and we’ll support you with this.
  • Industry links - We have close links with a number of political organisations (in addition to those at Westminster), such as the trade union UNISON and the Citizens UK Movement for Change, who offer internships to UEL students.

International Relations courses

Why study International Development at UEL?

  • Unique opportunity - We're the only university that offers an undergraduate course in International Development with NGO Management. It’s been running for ten years and the wealth of experience and contacts we've built up is unique.
  • Great careers - Our students have secured jobs at sector-leading organisations such as Medecins Sans Frontieres, The British Red Cross, The Refugee Council and the World Health Organisation after graduating.
  • Student satisfaction - Our students rated us top in UK for 'teaching on my course', 'organisation and management' and 'personal development' in the 2016 National Student Survey (NSS).

International Development courses