Politics @ Surrey Tops National Student Survey 2012
The School of Politics is ranked joint first on the NSS 2012, with an overall satisfaction of 96%.
Committed to the use of new technologies and innovative teaching methods, the School runs a range of programmes that explore the link between theory and practice in national and global politics.
Students in the School are part of a vibrant and active community where research informs debates and teaching. Students will have the opportunity to participate in and contribute to a range of activities (role plays, roundtable, debates etc) aimed at developing academic knowledge and transferable skills.
The School of Politics was formed in 2004, building on Surrey's thirty year record of research and teaching on Politics and Policy; European Politics and International Politics.
Why Does Politics Matter?
We asked our students and staff and the people of Guildford and London. This is their answer:
- Prof Marie Breen-Smyth interviews Shirley Gunn
- Boston Marathon Bombings
- University politics expert gets top teaching award
- Margaret Thatcher and the EU: Neither a saint nor a sinner
- British public divided on merits of drone strikes
- Call for Papers: Behind the Lines: Gender in the Bunker of Security and Defence? (Politics)
- Success of 'Any Questions?' event
- On the Receiving End: first meeting of the international team in Surrey
- Deadline for DTC PhD Applications
- The Ashgate Research Companion to Political Violence