Best Universities for Politics
|University of St Andrews||#26|
|The University of Manchester||#28|
|University of Portsmouth||#30|
|University of Stirling||#32|
|University of Kent||#34|
|University of Edinburgh||#35|
Portsmouth Student Accommodation
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open days on 2nd Jul, 6th Jul, 8th Oct, 5th Nov & 10th Dec.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- They're planning for most of your learning to be face-to-face teaching but with some elements of online provision.
9 Politics reviews at University of Portsmouth
International Relations, BA HonsBy member1361669 On 12th August 21
Rewarding course Always evolving dynamic Shame the Middle Eastern unit is gone
International Relations And Politics, BA HonsBy member1159749 On 8th June 21
personal tutor amazing, cannot fault him, teaching quality is poor from some lectures - some don’t even bother to reply to emails, course content isn’t great and i can’t see myself using this degree in the future
Law With International Relations, LLB HonsBy member1058476 On 21st May 21
It’s a very difficult but it’s okay
International Relations And Politics, BA HonsBy sadcat On 15th December 20
amazing!!! everyone is so supportive
International Relations And Languages, BA HonsBy member650370 On 11th August 20
I really enjoy my course and totally recommend it to anyone interested in international relations/politics while wanting to continue or begin studying a language as a joint honours degree!
International Relations And History, BA HonsBy member750102 On 28th July 20
Thoroughly enjoyed all the modules, my personal tutor for my dissertation was great. Freedom in final year to chose your final project, as well as all your essay questions. Only downside is trying to find a job in this climat
Law With International Relations, LLB HonsBy PortsmouthLawGuy On 4th August 18
Very well taught in great depth, but some members of staff on the International Relations side are a bit 'wobbly'. Law side was great, and the IR school did respond to this by changing the staff on certain units.
History And Politics, BA HonsBy Outspokenmember On 11th March 18
Almost finished my first academic year and I can’t help but say Portsmouth university has been a rather large letdown especially as I’m paying out of my own money ( not SF) only saw my tutor once the whole year even though I’m supposed to see him at least 3 times , the content was rather bland and not what I expected as well as some of the teaching quality , plus some of my classes were routinely cancelled as the lecturer I was meant to have was off sick and unbelievably there was no cover
Great course, really enjoying it so far and can’t wait for second year