TeamDCU Podcast: International Relations

Apr 10, 2020, 06:00 AM

Dublin City University student Thomas Ward talks to broadcaster Leanne Hanafin about studying International Relations at DCU. The International Relations degree provides an insight into the major world issues that challenge and fascinate us today. Students will examine the forces that shape contemporary societies, such as globalisation, international law, third-world debt and American foreign policy, as well as examining key institutions like the European Union and the United Nations. Thomas talks about the course and gives his top tips and recommendations

Dublin City University student Thomas Ward talks to broadcaster Leanne Hanafin about studying International Relations at DCU.
The International Relations degree provides an insight into the major world issues that challenge and fascinate us today.
Students will examine the forces that shape contemporary societies, such as globalisation, international law, third-world debt and American foreign policy, as well as examining key institutions like the European Union and the United Nations.
Thomas talks about the course and gives his top tips and recommendations

Intro

00.50 -Introduction to International Relations

1.50 -What are the requirements for International Relations 

2.10 -What to expect in First Year 

3.10 -Lectures, assignments and exams for the course.

4.15 -Moving into second year? 
-What to expect in terms of course content, modules, assignments.

6.10 -Third year- the option of study abroad and internship-
-Taking this additional year

7.00 -Final year
-Completing your final year in the BA International Relations
-Course content of this year. 

7.30 -What next once you have completed your final year
-career options open to you.

7.50 -Other items to consider
-class sizes, clubs and societies
-campus life 

8.00 -Who is this course for? 

Closing: