ESPS

Fees and Funding

UK & EU Fee

£9,000 (2013/14)

Overseas Fee

£14,750 (2013/14)

General Funding Notes

Details about financial support are available at: www.ucl.ac.uk/study/ug-finance

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Dissertations 2004

  • The integration of Islam into secular France
  • Why is Euroscepticism in Denmark so prominent?
  • How do Occitans conceive and construct Occitania in Toulose?
  • The Machiavellian concept of human nature
  • Socio-political struggle in a health crisis: French and Spanish responses to the AIDS epidemic 1985-95
  • Is Euroscepticism emerging in Berlusconi's second governement?
  • Alberto Spinelli and a United Europe: The sources of federalism in Italy 1927-45
  • Is the Confédération Paysanne a new type of social movement?
  • The politics of terror: ETA and the BNP
  • Why did Berlusconi win the 2001 elections after his first government fell?
  • How has social identity been constructed and challenged through religious symbolism in France?
  • Rhetorical strategies in Right-wing populism
  • Cohabitiation: Does the French split-executive transform to diarchy? How and why did the French peasantry become part of the 'nation' between 1870 and 1914?
  • The impact of globalisation on the ideology of the French Parti Socialiste.
  • Is democracy a threat to society? An investigation into the phenomenon of mass man
  • What factors lead the cooperative owned brand champagne Nicolas Feuillate to become the fastest growing champagne in the history of the appellation?
  • Austrian governemental attitudes to the eastern enlargement of the EU
  • Insecurity in the French political debate: Social reality or instrument of political manipulation
  • How did the 1848 revolution in Venice both marginalize and involve women?
  • Is consent necessary and sufficient for a liberal to justofy political obligation?
  • The rise of the Eurosceptiques. An analysis of the EU's easten enlargement in French politicallife
  • Is Berlin socially, culturally, economically and architecturally still a divided city?
  • The rise and fall of the Spanish Communist Party 1936-82
  • An investigation into the pre-unification roots of the Italian form of nation state The place of English in Dutch universities: A case study of educational policy and cultural identity
  • The origins of the Italian 'historic compromise': The response of the PCI to domestic and international upheavals in the 1970s
  • Conseil Francais du Culte Musulman: Its creation and its criticsThe image of die neue Frau in the Weimar republic: Myth or Reality?
  • Foibe: Rocky terrain in contemporary Italy
  • To what extent was there a restructuring of the Lyonnais petit bourgeois family between 1830 and 1914?
  • An investigation into the relationship between cultural identity and citizenship for young Turks in Germany in light of the new nationality law
  • An introspective look into German foreign policy under the Red/Green coalition governement of Gerhard Schröder
  • The unification of Germany: Hopes and fears in a divided nation Fashion and National Identity: The role of the individual in creating and maintaining identity
  • Low birth rates in Spain: Cause, consequence and effect 1970-2003
  • Does Edward Said's notion of Orientalism aid analysis of the decline and eventualdisappearance of Muslim rule in Spain?
  • The failure of Red Vienna
  • The relationship between Futurism and Fascism in the period of the Aeropainting movement in Italy
  • How effectively does Catalonia establish its autonomy vis-à-vis the Spanish nation state in the context of globalisation and EU integration?
  • Vichy France - the problematic relationship between history, memory and film