This joint course helps to prepare you for a variety of careers including working with political parties, think tanks, the Civil Service, human rights work, lobbying, international organisations, charity work, teaching, journalism and public relations. You can also choose to go on to further study.
We like to keep in touch with graduates via our Graduates' Association. Members are notified of interesting news and events in the political arena and receive an annual copy of the Graduate Directory – an excellent networking tool, particularly in the early stages of your career.
The University provides comprehensive help from our dedicated Careers Advice Centre. The centre offers competitive internships, mock interviews with trained advisers and CV workshops. It's open to all students, and services remain available to graduates whenever they're required.