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Politics and Welsh (BA)

  • QL52

3 years (Full-time) / n/a (Part-time) / n/a (Distance / E-Learning)

Politics and Welsh BA (Joint Honours) gives students the opportunity to combine governmental and political theory with the study of Welsh – a language experiencing a resurgence within Wales and beyond. Students will be encouraged to actively pursue their own areas of interest through the highly flexible modular programmes, ensuring vital transferable skills are developed, ready for entry into the graduate job market.

Key Facts

UCAS Code QL52
Duration 3 years
How to apply www.cardiff.ac.uk/howtoapply
Accreditation  
Typical places available The School of Politics and International Relations admits around 100 students every year to its undergraduate degree programmes.
The School of Welsh admits around 35 students every year to its undergraduate degree programmes.
Typical applications received The School of Politics and International Relations - 545
The School of Welsh - 130
Scholarships & Bursaries www.cardiff.ac.uk/scholarships
Fees www.cardiff.ac.uk/fees
Typical A-level offer ABB (B in Welsh) excluding General Studies
Admissions Tutor

Dr Jonathan Kirkup

Tel Number 029 2087 5406
Email address lawpladmissions@cardiff.ac.uk
School website www.cardiff.ac.uk/politics-international-relations/

Students need to pass 120 credits each year. Approximately half of these credits come from Politics and half from Welsh.

For more information about the course structures, modules and teaching for these subjects, please visit the individual profiles of Politics and Welsh on our website.

For more information about learning and  assessment for these subjects, please visit the individual profiles of Politics and Welsh on our website.

Typical A-level Offer ABB
Three A-level subjects, including B in Welsh but excluding General Studies
Typical WBQ Offer Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Diploma with a grade A in the Core and grades BB at A-level, including Welsh
Typical Int Bacc Offer  32 points overall, to include 6 in one higher level subject. Details of Welsh requirements can be obtained from the School of Welsh
Other Applications from those offering alternative qualifications are welcome. Please see detailed admissions and selection criteria for more information.

A list of commonly accepted alternative entry qualifications and admissions and selection criteria for this degree programme can be read here.

Next intake: September each year

School Contact

Name: Dr Jonathan Kirkup  

Telephone: 029 2087 5036 

Fax:  

Email: lawpladmissions@cardiff.ac.uk  

School Website: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/politics-international-relations/

More information

Politics and International Relations