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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.
Explore the impact and ethics of using drones, special operations units and private security firms, with this free online course.
Our research concerns politics, governance and culture.
See the schedule of seminars taking place in the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies.
A new study into voter behaviour argues that electorates value aspiration and ambition among female candidates seeking office challenging common assumptions.
The first part in a series of Minerva Lectures, organised by the University's Public Engagement team, focusing on the social and political impacts of Covid-19.
The 20th century has seen the worst effects of the politicisation of health and viral infections. We need to be vigilant to the subtle racial politics at work.
Read more about this BBC documentary focusing on the story of the Lancashire hideaway of Italian Mafia Boss, Gennaro Panzuto.
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.
Listen to Professor Brad Evans on Russell Brand's podcast discussing about the social impacts of Covid-19, its current situation and future thoughts.
The new radio show, airing weekly on University Radio Bath, aims to create links with the French community in Bath.
A new interactive voter preference website could help improve turnout at the upcoming General Election, according to University of Bath researchers.
Axel Nordenstam's report on the challenges and opportunities for EU-India co-operation has been published by a well respected Swedish think tank.