Political Parties and Elections
Prospective students should have a 1st or good 2nd Class Honours degree, or its equivalent. This 1st degree should be in politics or any other social science subject (e.g. law or sociology), or a humanities subject (e.g. history, philosophy, English, or modern languages). Where English is not a 1st language, proof of English language competence will be required (IELTS 6.5 or equivalent, with a minimum of 6 in each sub-test).
Optional modules include: parties and democracy; elections and voters; party organization; right-wing radical parties; comparative European politics; approaches to European integration.
Most modules are assessed by a diverse range of coursework (e.g., essays, critiques, reports, presentations), though some modules may also be assessed by seminar contributions and/or written exams. Students take three modules in each semester. The taught modules are completed by May, leaving the summer months for students to write their dissertation.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|MA||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 5,000 per Year 1 (EU)||1 years|
|MA||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 5,000 per Year 1 (England)||1 years|
|MA||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 13,260 per Year 1 (International)||1 years|
|MA||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 5,000 per Year 1 (Northern Ireland)||1 years|
|MA||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 5,000 per Year 1 (Scotland)||1 years|
|MA||Full-time||September 2016||GBP 5,000 per Year 1 (Wales)||1 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Keele Campus||Keele||ST5 5BG||West Midlands|
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