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            Political Science and International Relations


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            Top 200 in the world for Politics and International Studies (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2020)

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            Undergraduate Prospectus

            Ranking

            Top 200 in the world for Politics and International Studies (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2020)

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            Overview

            Are you interested in making a difference to the world around you? Does the future of Aotearoa New Zealand’s democracy interest you? Do news about politics and elections in other countries capture your interest? Are you concerned about major issues in international politics and international security? How about issues such as development, human rights, health, environment, nationalism, foreign policy, or peace and conflict? How social change happens and how power and resources are allocated in society? Do you want to think, study, examine, and critically analyse these questions and pursue a career based on your interest? If so, you should study Political Science and International Relations.

            Political Science is often called the study of who gets what, where, how, and why. It is the independent and informed study of our communities and how we make decisions collectively as governments, why we behave as we do as citizens, and how we make public policy choices for the future.

            Political scientists use a variety of theories, ideas, tools, and methods to: examine local, national, regional, and global processes, institutions, and relationships; to consider how we ought to live as political communities; and how we can create change.

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            School of Language, Social and Political Sciences

            Phone +64 3 369 3377
            Email artsdegreeadvice@canterbury.ac.nz

            Location
            Level 7, Psychology-Sociology building – see campus maps

            Postal address
            College of Arts | Te Rāngai Toi Tangata
            University of Canterbury | Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha
            Private Bag 4800
            Christchurch 8140
            New Zealand

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