As an international student at Brunel, you will undertake course modules that will match your learning needs in relation to the degree course you are studying at your ‘home’ institution. These modules are stipulated as part of the Learning Agreement which is developed between yourself, your ‘home’ institution and Brunel University.
Module selection occurs as part of the enrolment process. You should prepare your Learning Agreement with a provisional choice of modules before arriving at Brunel. To learn more about the composition of our programmes, click here. We offer a wide range of modules in areas such as international politics, comparative politics, American politics, British politics, political theory, political science methods or public policy. Please note that we cannot guarantee that your first choice of modules will be available and therefore we recommend that you have some reserve choices in case some of them are no longer available when you arrive.