How would you like to customise your degree? Our courses are interdisciplinary and have a global focus. You study across our University's subject areas, including politics, sociology, history, philosophy, literature, art history, and languages, according to your interests.
The flexibility and range of our courses enable you to develop a unique and wide-ranging perspective on your studies. All of our courses feature interdisciplinary core modules taught by multiple lecturers from different departments. Optional modules allow you to customise your degree by selecting from different subject areas from across the University.
If you're eager to explore the challenges facing our world from a global perspective and make a valuable change to society, check out our BA Social Change and BA Global Studies. American (US) Studies, European Studies and Latin American Studies allow you to learn about a particular region from multiple disciplinary perspectives. Liberal Arts, our most flexible course, lets you curate a degree tailor-made to your interests and strengths.
You can also enhance your educational experience with a period of study abroad. Here you gain new insights into different cultures and have the chance to hone your language skills.
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The Interdisciplinary Studies Centre, offers courses in American (US) studies, European studies, Global studies, Latin American studies and Liberal arts.
Discover the history, politics and sociology of one of the most influential countries in contemporary history.
Study Europe with a mix of history, politics, sociology and literature, and satisfy your travel bug with a year studying abroad.
Our global studies degrees are global in focus and takes an interdisciplinary approach to international issues and regional study.
Latin America is a complex and fascinating region. We have played a leading role in Latin American teaching and research since our University was founded.
You can study a combination of humanities, arts and social science subjects, building your own degree as your interests develop.