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Politics and Religious Studies (BA)

  • VL62

3 years (Full-time) / n/a (Part-time) / n/a (Distance / E-Learning)

Politics and Religious Studies BA (Joint Honours) gives students the opportunity to combine study of religion – part of human experience from the earliest traces of human existence up to the present day – with governmental and political theory. Through the highly flexible modular programmes on offer in both disciplines, students will develop vital transferable skills, ready for entry into the graduate job market.

Politics and Religious Studies

Key Facts

UCAS Code VL62
Duration 3 years
How to apply www.cardiff.ac.uk/howtoapply
Accreditation  
Typical places available The School of Politics and International Relations admits around 100 students every year to its undergraduate degree programmes.
The School of History, Archaeology and Religion admits around 260 students every year to its undergraduate degree programmes.
Typical applications received The School of Politics and International Relations- 545
The School of History, Archaeology and Religion - 1650
Scholarships & Bursaries www.cardiff.ac.uk/scholarships
Fees www.cardiff.ac.uk/fees
Typical A-level offer AAB
Admissions Tutor Dr Jonathan Kirkup
Tel Number 029 2087 5036
Email address KirkupJB@cardiff.ac.uk
School website www.cardiff.ac.uk/politics-international-relations/
For more information about the course structures, modules and teaching for these subjects, please visit the individual profile of Politics on our website.
For more information about the course structures, modules and teaching for these subjects, please visit the individual profile of Politics on our website.
Typical A-level Offer  AAB. Three A-level subjects, excluding General Studies
Typical WBQ Offer Advanced Diploma pass in the Core and grades AA at GCE A-level
Typical Int Bacc Offer  36 points overall, to include 6,6,6 at higher level and English at subsidiary level 6
Other Applications from those offering alternative qualifications are welcome. Please see detailed admissions and selection criteria for more information.

A list of commonly accepted alternative entry qualifications and admissions and selection criteria for this degree programme can be read here.

Next intake: September each year

School Contact

Name: Dr Jonathan Kirkup  

Telephone: 029 2087 5036 

Fax:  

Email: KirkupJB@cardiff.ac.uk  

School Website: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/politics-international-relations/

More information

Politics and International Relations

School of History, Archaeology and Religion