BSc Politics and International Relations

Denning LAw School

Program Overview

Denning Law School offers a BSc. in Politics and International Relations program internationally recognized by the University of London, UK with academic direction from the London School of Economics and Political Science. This program provides students with a contemporary approach to the study of political science and international relations, where they gain a thorough understanding of cutting-edge research methods and learn to apply those in today’s global political landscape. This degree can lead to students progressing into a career related to politics, diplomacy, international relations, or global governance. A degree in political science and international relations is highly prized by employers and transferable to a wide range of sectors, including government, NGOs, international organizations, and the private sector.

Modules

Year 1 

Year 2

Year 3 

International Relations: Theories, Concepts and Debates

Comparative Politics

Democracy and Democratization

Introduction to International political thought or Introduction to political science

Introduction to International political thought or Introduction to political science

International political theory

Principle of Banking and Finance

International organizations

Foreign policy analysis

Introduction to Economics

Foreign policy analysis

Global Environment problems and politics

Eligibility Criteria

Qualification Grade Requirement English Language Requirement Mathematics Requirement Age Requirement Additional Procedures

A Levels or 2 Year Bachelors’ Degree (Standard Entry - 3 year program)

Minimum 3 A Level passes with C grade or above;orMinimum 2 A Level passes with C grade or above and at least 5 O Level passes with a minimum of C grade or above.
  1. IGCSE or GCE O-Level: English as a Second Language (grade C); or
  2. Duolingo: must achieve an overall score of at least 105; or
  3. IELTS: 6 overall, with 5.5 in each sub-test (Academic or General or IELTS Indicator Online Test)

Pass GCSE Mathematics (Grade A*-C / 9-5) 

Min 17 or above by November 1, 2024

Passing of the Denning Interview.
If the candidate has an average of Grade C or below they will have to appear for the Denning Admission Test as well

Intermediate (4 year program)

Minimum 60% overall percentage

Intermediate students  will have to undergo a one year foundation program

Minimum 16 or above by November 1, 2024

Passing of the Denning Interview

Passing of the Denning Admission Test

Fee Structure

The fee structure of BSc  Politics and International Relations for the academic year 2024-25 is as follows: 

PARTICULARS

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3

Tuition Fee

Rs. 335,000/-

Rs. 350,000/-

Rs. 350,000/-

Library Fee

Rs. 10,000/- Rs. 10,000/-

Rs. 10,000/-

Student Activity Fee

Rs. 10,000/-

Rs. 10,000/-

Rs. 10,000/-

Admission Fee / Continuing Fee

Rs. 45,000/-

Rs. 15,000/- Rs. 15,000/-

Total Fees

Rs. 400,000/-

Rs. 385,000/-

Rs. 385,000/-

PARTICULARS

AMOUNT (PKR)

Tuition Fee

Rs. 330,000/-

Library Fee

Rs. 10,000/-

Student Activity Fee

Rs. 15,000/-

Admission Fee / Continuing Fee

Rs. 45,000/- (only at the time of admissions)

Total Fee

Rs. 400,000/-

FEE STRUCTURE FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON For All Three Years

year

Application Fee

 Module Fee

 Examination Fee

Total Fee In (GBP)

Year 1

£60

£2,512

£40

£2,562

Year 2

-

£2,512

£40

£2,552

Year 3

-

£2,512

£40

£2,552