Through the wide range of modules on the programme, you will be able to explore the intersection of International Relations and Religious Diversity in contexts around the globe, including Europe, North America, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asia. Within these contexts, you will examine the impact of religion at sub and supra state levels and the ways in which religion plays a key role in both facilitating and restricting political agency.
You will begin your degree with the modules Religions of the Modern World and Politics and Governance in the contemporary World. In your second year, you’ll study subjects such as International Relations and Security; Introduction to Peace Studies; Comparative Politics of the Asia Pacific and the Middle East; Indian Politics, Society and Religion; and Buddhism and Society in Sri Lanka, South-East and East Asia. You’ll then complete your degree with modules that include: Africa and Global Politics; Contemporary Issues in the Middle East; Media, Religion and Politics; and Religion and Violence.