Are you interested in studying International Relations at university?
International Relations have sculpted and informed the world around us meaning that spending some time doing some
wider reading can be not only useful but also fascinating. We spoke with our mentor team who are studying International Relations at leading universities across the world to ask them what books they think any budding student should read before applying.
The benefits of International Relations at Immerse in Cambridge
Experience life as an International Relations whilst studying in a historic Cambridge University college. At Immerse students have the opportunity to live and study at one of Cambridge University’s beautiful and historic colleges.
Prepare for your university studies. Our students benefit from 40 hours of International Relations and academic sessions and learn in small classes designed and taught by university tutors.
Develop Global Perspectives. Students from over 100 countries have participated in our academic programmes. Developing global citizens, building tolerance, broadening perspectives, and encouraging diversity and equality are all important priorities for Immerse Education.
Why download our University International Relations Guide?
Designed to simplify pre-uni International Relations reading. You might ask yourself What should I do if I want to study International Relations at university? Our university International Relations guide will help you understand what you should do to prepare to study at university and also what life will be like once you get there!
Written by current students. Our University International Relations Guide was written by current Cambridge University International Relations undergraduates. They have been where you are now and are here to help. They have recommended their pre-university readings for International Relations.
Created with high school students in mind. When it comes to choosing the International Relations books to read before applying for university it can be quite daunting. If you want to study IR at university this is the guide for you.