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We will update this page when we make significant changes to course information. This does not necessarily include minor corrections or formatting.

If you ever want to ask us about a change, you can contact us at webeditor at warwick dot ac dot uk.

31 August 2023

Made several amendments:

Course Overview

Study abroad

Partner Countries

Removed entry:


University of California


Removed sentence:

Lectures and seminars take place for 25 weeks during the academic year. The last 5 weeks are dedicated to final examinations.

30th May 2023

We have removed the following from our 'Study Abroad' section of the web page:

There are two options to which you can apply for study abroad: Integrated or Intercalated.

IntegratedÔÇ»(included within your three-year degree)

An integrated year enables you to replace your second year with a year of studying abroad. The grades gained during your year abroad become your second-year marks.

1st March 2023

Made the following changes to the list of available optional modules:

Year 1


  • Introduction to Qualitative Methods
  • Introduction to Social Analytics I
  • Introduction to Social Analytics II
  • Understanding Social Inequalities


  • Introduction to Quantitative Political Analysis I
  • Introduction to Quantitative Political Analysis II


Year 2


  • Intermediate Social Analytics: Survey Design and Data Collection
  • Intermediate Social Analytics: Survey Analysis and Reporting
  • Europe: Politics and Ideas (only showing on Politics and International Studies but please delete)


  • The Political Economy of Southeast Asia
  • Introduction to Casual Inference in Quantitative Political Analysis

Year 3


  • Governing Britain Since 1918
  • Britain and the War on Terror
  • East Asian Transformations: A Political Economy Perspective
  • Applying Quantitative Methods to Social Research
  • Experiments in the Social Sciences and Humanities


  • The Politics of Religion
  • Gender, War and Militarism
  • Race and International Politics
  • The Political Economy of Islam in Southeast Asia