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1. What do you study at York?

Politics with International Relations

2. What did you study before you came to York?




Classical Civilisations

3. Why did you choose York?

I was really impressed when I visited the Open Day. I liked the feel of the campus. I wanted to go to a campus university but which still had a lot going on.

4. What has been the most interesting part of your course so far?

Learning about the evolution of democracy and the different democratic systems that exist.

5. What modules are you studying this year?

Theories and Perspectives in International Relations

Politics of Development

Contemporary Political Sociology

Political Enquiry

6. What support have you had from the Department and staff?

 The staff are lovely and extremely helpful. They really go out of their way to help you.

7. What is your experience of the University and the college system?

 I really like the college system as it gives you that extra sense of community and helps you meet more people.

8. What's the best thing about York as a city?

 The history. There is lots to see and do in York from the Minster to the Chocolate Museum.

9. What are your plans for the future?

This summer, I'm hoping to volunteer abroad in South America.

Laura Heywood

Politics with International Relations

2nd Year