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Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies
We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees spanning politics, languages, economics, international studies and interpreting.
Our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies offers postgraduate masters and research degrees.
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Katy Brown graduates in 2017 with an MA in Interpreting and Translating. She gives us an insight into her life as an Interpreting student at Bath.
Jihui Zhu, a postgraduate student of Translation with Business Interpreting, shares her internship experience at the International Maritime Organization.
Our staff are internationally leading scholars, and are involved in a wide range of research activities.
How Matteo Salvini sacrificed the bid for northern autonomy to save the regional Italian populist movement.
Dr Ferrero from the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies discusses political trends in Latin America and their possible impact on religion.
The main impact of Brexit on international trade is uncertainty, writes Dr Maria Garcia of the Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies.
Senior Lecturer Felia Allum on what Italy hopes to get out of the 2018 meeting of the G7 countries.
Businesses across the ‘Great West’ are invited to work with experts from four universities including Bath, to help meet the challenges of Brexit.
Former Interpreting student Shuai Wang and Teaching Fellow Teresa Lander were awarded top prizes for translation in the United Nations St Jerome Contest.
A new book from Dr Peter Allen puts British democracy under the microscope to consider who our politicians are and why it matters for fairness and legitimacy.
University of Bath teaching staff will have the opportunity to explore new teaching practice and to network with colleagues from across the GW4 institutions.
This one-day conference brings together academics and activists to discuss this emerging area of Latin American studies' scholarship.