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Politics & International Relations

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(http://www.caerdydd.ac.uk/for/prospective/undergraduate/applying/admissions-criteria/european-studies.html)
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Politics and International Relations

Admissions Criteria

The Department has prepared this document to assist applicants in assessing whether they have the skills, attributes and qualifications which have been identified as being important if students are to succeed on its undergraduate programmes of study. It also summarises the process which the Department uses for selecting students and making offers, so that applicants understand how the Department considers their applications.

Scope of the Criteria

All undergraduate Politics and International Relations programmes (Politics, International Relations and Politics, joint honours programmes with Politics).

Profile of Applications

There are approximately 1500 applications for approximately 220 places each year so competition is high.

Detailed information

Selection Procedures

Entry Requirements

Equal Opportunities

Transfers


Opportunities to learn more about the Department and its programme of study

A University Open Day is held in April each year and provides the opportunity to visit all academic schools in addition to the residences, the Students’ Union and sports facilities. Please see our Open Day webpage for further details.

All UK or EU applicants who are made either a conditional offer or an unconditional offer will be sent an invitation to a Department of Politics and International Relations Open Day.

Feedback, Complaints and Appeals

The University has agreed procedures for dealing with requests for feedback which is outlined in the Admissions Framework:

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