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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 master's degrees.
View our MPhil and PhDs available in the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies.
Shauna McDonald, BA Modern Languages and European Studies, describes her internship as 'enthusing, fascinating and above all inspiring'
To mark the 200th anniversary of Antarctica being discovered, we're sharing a fascinating case study on Graduates of our MA Interpreting and Translation course.
Our research concerns politics, governance and culture.
See the schedule of seminars taking place in the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies.
New research from international academics challenges a myth that progressive policies towards asylum seekers pose a threat to domestic security.
Professor Susan Milner explores the impact COVID-19 has had on the gender pay gap and how employers can help assess the impacts and make meaningful changes.
Dr Aurelien Mondon, Senior Lecturer in politics, discusses the shifting landscape of French politics.
Michael McKay, Swiss Radio, speaks to Professor Bill Durodie - chair of Risk and Security in International Relations.
Researchers from the UK, Japan and South Africa will team up on the new British Academy-funded project.
The anthology published by Pluto Press provides perspectives by leading thinkers across different sectors to critique, and rethink ongoing debates on violence.
Dr Felia Allum (PoLIS) has helped to organise this weekend’s Cinema ltalia UK film festival ‘Donne di Mafia’.
Professor Sue Milner discusses the European Working Time Directive, workers' rights, and what lessons we can learn from Covid-19.
Panellists will consider how racism and the populist far right have become mainstream at an event to mark the launch of a new book from Dr Aurelien Mondon.
University political scientist Brad Evans has brought together some of the world’s leading thinkers to help make sense of the coronavirus crisis.