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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.
Experience another culture, enhance your CV and develop your language skills by studying or working abroad during your degree.
Emily Helsby, BSc (Hons) Politics and International Relations graduate, reflects on finding a degree that helped start a career in the third sector.
Tabea Weiß talks about how you can take advantage of studying at three different Universities whilst studying MA Contemporary European Studies (Euromasters).
Shauna McDonald, BA Modern Languages and European Studies, describes her internship as 'enthusing, fascinating and above all inspiring'.
Blog: Hilde Coffé, Robin Devroe, Audrey Vandeleene and Bram Wauters discuss their recent research exploring gender differences in political ambition.
Professor Brad Evans draws attention to two classical artworks which prove that creativity always finds a way, even in oppressive states.
A GW4-funded report that focused on what regional Green Recovery might look like argues that climate justice needs to be at the forefront of our thinking.
Our research concerns politics, governance and culture.
A new academic study finds that an over-representation of MPs with social sciences backgrounds limits debate on STEM topics.
Ding Weigang will become the Course Director of the Chinese stream of our MA Interpreting and Translating course from September 2022.
The two-day event taking place on campus this week brings delegates from around the world to Bath for the first in-person SLAS conference in over two years.
MA International Relations postgraduate student Joe Polson examines why, after past decades of rule, the Lib Dems are now not able to rise to power.
Is the concept of ‘Liberal Democracy’, perhaps the most ambitious form of government developed to date, under threat?
After its first virtual edition in 2021, the Donne di Mafia film festival, organised by Dr Felia Allum, returns in April as an in-person event.