*available from January 2018
We live in world dominated by fast-moving international relations and increasingly diverse and demanding politics. Choose to study International Relations and Politics and you will learn about modern British Politics, political institutions and concepts, key features of global political systems, ideologies and theories.
Our International Relations and Politics Foundation students learn the skills to understand a world dominated by politics and globalisation.
You can study at our Brighton College. Brighton is a forward-thinking modern city by the sea. It offers students a safe, vibrant and dynamic place to explore their ideas and study.
Students study for 18-25 hours per week in class. All students on the Foundation programme study four core modules in addition to the six subject-specific modules of their chosen pathway, then modules tailored for International Relations and Politics students. The core Foundation modules develop academic and English language skills.
Our students have gone to university to study subjects including psychology, media, international relations, politics, geography, English literature and other related fields at university.
You can explore a selection of university destinations that Foundation students can choose from here
Start in October and you will have an extra one half of a term to prepare for the Foundation programme in January. You will receive extra English classes, extra university guidance and have more time to develop study skills.
Module info coming soon
Develop the ability to read academic texts, write short academic texts, take notes from written and
oral sources and use spoken English to discuss a variety of topics.
Improve all the abilities in FES1, developing greater accuracy, speed, cohesion, organisation and presentation.
Develop academic English skills for university. This continually assessed course module includes an extended research essay based on an aspect of British culture, debates and discussions, listening, note-taking and summarising as well as oral presentation.
Improving IT literacy and creativity using MS Office, Business and Media applications; develop internet research skills.
GCSEs are taken as a course of study before taking A levels or a Foundation pathway. Our GCSE Pathway programme offers students from the age of 13 years an early opportunity to establish the language, learning and cultural skills they need to succeed in the highly competitive world of higher education.
A Levels are British qualifications, accepted by all universities in the UK and recognised in the USA and Australia. Students who are with us for five or six terms will typically study up to four A Levels. This gives you a world of choice. Students typically study three or four subjects with exams at the end of two years.
A one-year course for international students that builds specialist subject knowledge and language and study skills. It is more focussed than A Levels making it good preparation for university. It is recognised for entry onto a range of degree programmes at more than 70 universities in the UK.