View the undergraduate courses in the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies.
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.
Katy Brown graduated 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 training experience with the International Maritime Organization.
Find out about life at Bath and studying our courses through Postgraduate Open Days, fairs and events.
Tabea Weiß talks about how you can take advantage of studying at three different Universities whilst studying MA Contemporary European Studies (Euromasters).
Our staff are internationally leading scholars, and are involved in a wide range of research activities.
Read and watch regular analysis from our researchers on Brexit and the UK's process of leaving the European Union.
Dr Wali Aslam from our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies writes for Chinese media CGTN.
UK racism, anti-Semitism and Islamophobia - far-right and mainstream - are situated, embedded, and do harm. It should be tackled, not displaced and denied.
MA Translation with Business Interpreting student Alison McFarland writes for The National Interest.
Flautist Theresa Allsopp talks about creativity in music and languages, and shares news about an exciting cross-art collaboration project she is working on.
Our Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies is one of 24 universities selected to offer a new Parliamentary Studies module.
The European International Studies Association awarded Dr André Barrinha the prize for a co-authored piece on cyber diplomacy.
Professor Brad Evans will release two new books examining violence in contemporary politics in November 2018 and February 2019.
The impact of terrorism on post-traumatic stress may be less significant than we thought, argue the authors of a significant new Lancet Psychiatry study.