The need for understanding how our world is connected, but also divided, has never been greater. Cultural and social crises are impacting on everyday experience, while work, leisure and identity can only be understood through the global structures that mediate them. This course will help you develop a greater awareness of the complexity and connectedness of the processes that shape our worlds. You ll study diplomatic relations, international communications, the inequalities between developed and developing countries, and examine international flows of people, texts, images and ideas at place in our interconnected world.
A-levels BBB, excluding General Studies; or BTEC Extended Diploma DDM; or UCAS Tariff points from three A-levels or equivalent qualifications, excluding General Studies; and GCSEs English grade C / 4 and Maths grade B / 5 or Two year Post Tawjahiya from higher technical institutes or commercial institutes or two years diploma, OND / HND and associate degrees, IELTS of 6.0 with minimum of 5.5 in each component, Personal Statement.
Environmental consultant, Groundwater specialist, Mining or marine engineer, Environmental scientist, Geologist or marine geologist