A brand new IPR Policy Fellowship Programme focused on health will bring senior policy and decision-makers to the University to connect with Bath academics.
Institute for Policy Research
A leading public policy research institute, based at the University of Bath.
Early career researchers and academics from across our Faculties and School are invited to apply for policy engagement training delivered by the IPR.
UK Parliament in partnership with UKRI is recruiting for the next round of Thematic Research Leads 2024-26.
In collaboration with Bristol Ideas and hosted by Prof Nick Pearce (IPR). Zoe Billingham joins Michael Kenny, Marvin Rees and Hannah White to discuss devolution
A new strategy for economic prosperity in Britain? Join us for a panel discussion with Professor Diane Coyle, Dr Anna Valero and Torsten Bell.
With less than a year until the next general election, Dr Joe Chrisp asks ‘ Are the Tories heading for an electoral wipeout?’
An interdisciplinary lab for research into Universal Basic Income (UBI).
Exploring the reform of education, welfare and work.
Exploring the interconnected economic, social, environmental and health challenges we face in the UK and globally.
Analysing political economy and exploring the evolution of politics, the changing role of the state, and political ideas and values.
Learn more about our previous public policy research projects.
An overview of the most recent reports and policy briefs produced by IPR.
Renew and reinvigorate your professional thinking by connecting with leading academics at the University of Bath through the IPR Policy Fellowship Programme.
Senior policymakers from government and the third sector working on health policy are invited to apply for our latest IPR Policy Fellowship Programme.
Senior policymakers from government and the third sector working on net zero policy are invited to apply for our specialist IPR Policy Fellowship Programme.
Senior policymakers from government and the third sector working on AI policy are invited to apply for our specialist IPR Policy Fellowship Programme.
Outstanding national or international academics or policymakers can apply to spend up to six months with the IPR.
This Masters degree offers students the opportunity to study how public policy is made, what shapes it and how to make a real difference as a policymaker.
This pioneering doctorate will enhance professional capability and critical reflection on the theories, methods and practices of policymaking.
Learn more about our students studying for the Doctorate in Policy Research and Practice.
Now live on YouTube, the ActNowFilm serves as a clarion call for the integration of young people in climate decision-making processes.
A youth voices film produced by the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) and Cambridge Zero and supported by the UK Universities Climate Network (UUCN).
Youth leaders and climate experts featured in COP28 premiere call for young people to be included in national climate teams and global decision-making.
Zoe Billingham joins Michael Kenny, Marvin Rees and Hannah White. Hosted by Nick Pearce. In association with Bristol Ideas.
Sir Geoff Mulgan CBE, Professor in STEaPP at University College London, joins us to discuss his new book 'When Science Meets Power'.
Join us for a panel discussion with Professor Diane Coyle, Dr Anna Valero and Torsten Bell.