were plenty of factors that made me choose Plymouth: it had a respected geography/international relations course, was one of the biggest
universities in the south west, and was close to the coast, allowing me to go
surfing most weekends."
staff on my course were most helpful and happy to guide me through the intricacies
of the middle ground between geography and international relations."
"My international relations lecturers would bring in professors and academics from
around the country to give talks on all matters of national and international
issues. At the time, Brexit was a big deal and through attending these talks I
was able to gain a solid understanding of the issues, which in turn provided me
with a good opinion on the matter."
for me is something that I wish I still had access to. It provided me with not
just every book you could need, but also access to papers recently written by
academics on current topical matters."