With the exception of the dissertation, each seminar on this programme is normally taught through academic lectures expanded through seminar discussion, presentations, group work, reading and essay assignments. You will have an individual supervisor for your dissertation, which is a 16,000-20,000-word extended political theory essay on a topic of your choice (following discussion and approval from your supervisor). The teaching and assessment on this programme should enable you to develop insight into recent critiques of digital democracy and the ways in which these form crucial theoretical elements in debates across political ideas today.
Incoming students may choose all courses provided by ISAD and IR-PUB. See course catalogue here.