I cannot really say anything about for the value for money, since I do not pay for the tuition fees. Teaching quality, especially in intermediate microeconomics is comme ci, comme ca as one would say. Hopefully, the job prospects are good.
The course is very exciting and up-to-date. International relations especially is a low contact hour course - 1 or less hours a week for tutorials but the rest of the time is good for doing the reading.
You'll be bored out of your mind. The University has pretty much given-up on teaching. You'll have 6-8 hours of classes a WEEK and will, basically, have to teach yourself the whole course (especially if you study humanities or social sciences). However, the exams are so utterly basic that you would have to be an utter idiot to fail.
Since uni is so easy and everyone pretty much graduates with a First or a 2.1, you'll be left with tons of free time to get drunk and to go out on a regular basis. It's only a pity that Aberdeen's nightlife is quite trashy and decadent. You'll get bored of it very quickly as well.