About Our Degrees
- What are the unique features of the Warwick BA in Politics, Philosophy and Law?
- What will I learn on the PPL Interdisciplinary Core Module?
- How much contact time will I have with Warwick staff each week?
- What type of support is available to help me decide on a career?
- What jobs can I do with a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Law?
- How will I be assessed?
- Will I have to sit exams?
- What is the HEAR?
- Where can I get more information?
Applying to Study
- What should I write in the UCAS personal statement?
- I hold an IB, International Baccalaureate, qualification. Am I prepared for this degree?
- What are the entry requirements for the course?
- Will there be an interview?
- Where can I go if I choose to go abroad in the second year?
- Do I have to apply to go abroad?
- What will I study when I’m abroad?
- How much will it cost to go abroad for part of the second year of the course?
- Do I still have to pay fees to Warwick if I’m abroad?
- Where will I live if I go abroad?
- Do I need a visa to study abroad?
- What support and contact will I have with Warwick when I’m abroad?
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Q: What are the unique features of the Warwick BA in Politics, Philosophy and Law?