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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. We offer MA and MRes 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.
Sponsored by the University of Bath, 'Donne di mafia' will take place in Bath on 23-24 April. Exploring female agency within the Italian underworld.
Hear Professor Brad Evans discuss the themes of his latest book, 'How black was my valley: poverty and abandonment in a post-industrial heartland'.
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Grace spent Year 3 of her BA (Hons) International Politics and Modern Languages degree in Paris. She talks about improving her confidence and language skills.
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).
Fashion trend does not reflect harsh realities for women linked to Italian mafia, says Professor Felia Alum in The Conversation article
Dr Aurelien Mondon (PoLIS) writes for The Conversation on the victories of Geert Wilders and Javier Milei, as well as Nigel Farage in the jungle.
Professor Brad Evans from the Centre for the Study of Violence writes a long-form article for The Conversation.
An exhibition organised by the Centre for the Study of Violence fused art with politics and sociology to engage audiences in a complex and often hidden topic.
MA Interpreting and Translating student, Clare Borradaile, won in the student category at the 16th United Nations St Jerome Translation Contest.
A two-week exhibition, opening next month and led by Prof Brad Evans, will focus on the challenges of human disappearance, both in the UK and around the world.
The Faculty has improved its position in a number of subject areas, according to the Complete University Guide 2024.
Two-year project to contribute to efficacy and impact of UK international cyber statecraft over the next decade