Guidelines for 2016-17 for students wishing to take a one-year Part II in Politics and International Relations
Students wishing to take a one-year Part II in Politics and International Relations can take four papers across Part IIA and Part IIB.
Guidelines for papers taught every year
History, Part II Paper 6: States between states: the history of international political thought from the Roman empire to the early twentieth century.
- A one-year Part II student can take any of POL3, POL4, POL5, POL6, POL7 and POL8.
- A one-year Part II student cannot take POL9 or Paper 6 of Part II of the Historical Tripos.
- A one-year Part II student can only take POL11 if s/he also takes POL7 or POL8 or has taken comparable papers in either the Philosophy Tripos or the Historical Tripos.
- A one-year Part II student who wishes to take the History of Political Thought from 1700-1890 should take the paper as POL8 not POL10.
Guidelines for variable IIB papers available in 2016-17
- A one year-Part II student wishing to take any of POL12, POL13, POL14, POL15 and POL16 must also take POL4:
- A one year-Part II student wishing to take POL12 must in POL4 take the Middle East case study in Lent term.
- A one-year Part II student wishing to take POL18 must also take POL8.