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Have you ever thought about a career in the field of International Relations?
Our International Politics course deals with everyday life and current affairs.

Why is the figure of the political scientist essential?
Because it is important for every nation to be able to communicate properly with other nations. Such communication should always be conducted by highly specialised people.

A graduate in the International Relations field knows perfectly well the dynamics of world relations between the various states but also knows communication ways and timing.
The course offers a multidisciplinary preparation and scalable with respect to personal interests and professional expectations.

The Faculty of Political Science and International Relations deals with the study of world politics and relations between states both at a theoretical and concrete level. The object of study are States, intergovernmental organisations, non-governmental organisations and multinational companies.  These are the main protagonists of the international scene and a graduate in international politics will learn to know them perfectly.

Niccolò Cusano (Italian) University in London offers full coverage undergraduate scholarships for International Politics.

How can you seize this opportunity?

The main requirement for applicants is that this is your first university enrolment. Another key point to access the undergraduate scholarships is to be a resident of UK. It is also important for you to demonstrate that you would not be able to afford the university costs and that you really need one of our undergraduate scholarships.

Please check all other entry requirements for the undergraduate scholarships here.

When you are sure you meet all the admission criteria for our undergraduate scholarships you must complete this form and return everything to

It is important not to exceed the deadline that is set for 31st August 2018 at 5pm (UK Time).

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