- Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA)
- Masters of Public Administration (MPA)
- MSc Democracy and Comparative Politics
- MSc European Public Policy
- MSc Global Governance and Ethics
- MSc International Public Policy
- MA Human Rights
- MA Legal and Political Theory
- MSc Public Policy
- MSc Security Studies
- Full list of Masters modules
Modules are available to MA/MSc students outside of the department but
are subject to numbers and are allocated on a first-come first-served
basis. If you are a student from outside the Department, interested in
taking a Political Science module, please register for your choice on
The Department will review availability on your chosen module and approve or reject on PORTICO accordingly.
The Department of Political Science / School of Public Policy began as Britain's only department focused on graduate teaching and research.
Located in the magnificent Tavistock Square, one of London's most beautiful squares, our ten Masters degrees and doctoral training programme offer a range of opportunities for post-graduate study.
The School's academic discipline is political science, including the fields of international relations and political theory.
From 2001, the School has built up a core faculty of many academic staff across these fields, with a Department of Political Science coming formally into being in 2005.
The Policy and Practice Seminar Series includes presentations of
scholarly research and talks by high-profile policy makers,
practitioners and academics.
They take place each weekand are are public events: all students and the general public are welcome to attend.