Best Universities for Politics
|University of Leeds||#18|
|University of Oxford||#19|
|University of Glasgow||#20|
|University of East Anglia (UEA)||#21|
|University of Exeter||#22|
|University of Hull||#25|
|University of St Andrews||#26|
Accommodation in Exeter
- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- Penryn Campus open day on 30th May. Exeter Campus open day on 11th Jun. Online open day on 13th Jul.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They're currently teaching on campus as much as possible and the majority of their academic colleagues are on campus to deliver in-person teaching. Some modules or sessions are being delivered online. After listening to students’ feedback they have taken some of the best aspects of online teaching that students really enjoyed last year to provide more flexible learning activities, such as making lecture material available online.
35 Politics reviews at University of Exeter
Politics and International Relations, BSc HonsBy member467033 On 9th March 22
During a three-year bachelor's degree at one of England's best universities of politics, I have taken a deep dive into world politics and the world economy, data analysis and research design in the social sciences, and learned from good professors, teachers and supervisors how to work with international politics and relations.
Politics, Philosophy and Economics, BA HonsBy member414852 On 18th August 15
PPE is still being established as its own course (separate from politics or economics) at Exeter.
Politics, BA HonsBy member1025132 On 17th December 16
Just as had hoped. enjoying so far.
Economics and Politics, BSc HonsBy member520101 On 1st December 15
Economics and Politics, BSc HonsBy member520101 On 1st December 15
Great lecturer in John Maloney. Interesting lectures, interesting content. But modules such as Economic Principles are terrible. The lecturer reads of the slide in an intelligible Greek accent. The tutorials consist of doing questions from the textbook in complete silence, something we could do in our own time. Business school tutorials are also only once a fortnight, as a result of overcrowding. And the tutorial classes are too big - 20 people at least. So getting time to ask the tutors questions is nigh on impossible. Politics modules are MUCH better.
Economics and Politics, BSc HonsBy member716586 On 10th October 15
Great course and helpful staff
Liberal Arts, BA HonsBy member916363 On 5th October 15
Politics and International Relations, BA HonsBy member1215154 On 1st September 15
a great course for people who arent sure what they want to do, real variety of political views, very interesting overall, youll grow to love it
History and International Relations, BA HonsBy JumpingHerbivore1234 On 3rd July 15
International Relations, BA HonsBy member75830 On 29th March 15
History and International Relations, BA HonsBy member45821 On 29th March 15
International Relations, BA HonsBy Mc551 On 29th March 15
Politics, Philosophy and Economics, BA HonsBy member75559 On 27th March 15
History and Politics, BA HonsBy member85450 On 26th March 15
History and Politics, BA HonsBy rebeccasdunn On 26th March 15
Politics and International Relations, BSc HonsBy member525151 On 17th December 16
History and International Relations, BA HonsBy bonicle On 2nd May 18
Decent course. Lectures are recorded online and are mostly very interesting. Really flexible too as can pick any of the Politics modules. Could be more flexible on the history side. Haven’t met my personal tutor so can’t really comment on that but there hasn’t been much of a personal feel with the tutors or lecturers in my experience tbh.
International Relations, BA HonsBy member1367020 On 9th March 22
The course is mostly insightful, id like to see more demand for attendance
International Relations, BA HonsBy member751172 On 16th September 20
Good range of modules offered on various different topics, some very specialised (e.g. the politics of humour, maritime power). Lecturers are mostly engaging but seminars are the most rewarding part of the course. Don’t buy the textbooks even if they recommend it, they’re crazy overpriced and they never use them for classes.
Liberal Arts, BA HonsBy member666187 On 10th February 22
Stupid degree, not sure why I chose it- that’s my fault. Very interesting tho, just not likely to get a good job lol
Politics, BA HonsBy member465750 On 28th January 22
Currently doing a FCH program, it is a combined honours of Politics, Management and Japanese. Absolutely love the flexible here! I like how open-minded politics professors and tutors are, classes are very interesting and engaging, they really take in aspect from diff international students. Also love the energy in Japanese class, our Japanese teacher here is a native Japanese, she's always giving her 20000000% in teaching, i could feel her passion in teaching even though i was taking her online classes for a year when i was a sophomore student, brilliant experience!
Liberal Arts, MLibArts HonsBy member1165333 On 11th January 22
A good course, university is delivering just what is expected
Politics and International Relations, BSc HonsBy member659794 On 9th June 21
I really enjoy my course since it’s my area of interest.
Liberal Arts, BA HonsBy member1357562 On 10th May 21
everything online :/ which has made interaction really rough
Politics and International Relations, BSc HonsBy member1156741 On 22nd April 21
Have a lot of options to choose from when picking modules. The content is good but sometimes the assignments can be overwhelming.
Politics, BA HonsBy member947114 On 3rd April 20
Pretty standard Politics course for a University
International Relations, BA HonsBy member932596 On 28th June 18
I love the degree, the lecturers all care about your success, and the tutors are all really engaged in your progress.
Liberal Arts, BA HonsBy member1246399 On 4th March 20
All dependent upon what you specialise it. I essentially got rid of my minors and got a normal humanities degree. Good enough to get me into a good master's degree, but I wouldn't recommend.
Philosophy and Politics, BA HonsBy member1145587 On 12th February 20
I fell my course could help me a lot with my career plan. It is useful
Politics, Philosophy and Economics, BA HonsBy member543313 On 8th November 19
Interesting course with so many different modules up for grabs. The work load is heavy but so interesting and worth it long run
Politics and International Relations, BSc HonsBy Exeter_Po_and_IR On 20th December 18
a lot of support for the classes from the tutors as well as from alumni
Politics, Philosophy and Economics, BA HonsBy member833288 On 1st August 18
Great course, very inspirational
History and International Relations, BA HonsBy member105192 On 25th March 15
International Relations, BA HonsBy IRstudentwoohoo On 9th July 19
So far so good, some tutorial leaders seem a bit uppity which makes it hard to have discussions, especially in politics which is so subjective, but overall im happy with the course content. I've have had some amazing lecturers too, shoutout Sarah Cooper in public policy, she made a course that i was dreading (bc boring) quite interesting. Have not had much contact with my personal tutor but I haven't felt the need either so it doesn't bother me. prepare for not too many contact hours but lots and lots and lots of reading.