Give your degree a cosmopolitan edge by combining International Relations with Spanish. Discover the global issues, current events and politics that influence modern society while honing your language skills. Explore the evolution of international politics, engage with controversial debates and open the door to a wide range of global career paths. Take the opportunity to make invaluable career connections with a placement year and benefit by studying abroad on our exchange programme. You will engage with contemporary international issues and take part in exclusive events, film screenings and lectures, through the Politics and International Affairs Society. You’ll differentiate yourself in an international sector with industry experience and Spanish language skills. * Travel the world through our international student exchange programme. From the Czech Republic and Poland, to Canada and the USA, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to gain insights into international relations worldwide. * We tailor the course for students with varying levels of Spanish - whether you are relatively new to the language or hold an A level, our course will develop both your confidence and skills. * Be inspired by teaching rooted in research. Our staff are leading experts in their fields, and through our Politics and International Studies research group, you’ll stay up-to-date with the current issues shaping global politics. Our team’s areas of expertise include popular protest in the Middle East, British and American foreign policy, development in Africa, global environmental politics, security studies and the politics of the European Union. * Explore the evolution of politics internationally. Debate contemporary worldwide issues, current affairs and major political events. Ask those difficult questions about war, hunger and poverty in the developing world. * Engage with contemporary international issues and take part in exclusive events, film screenings and lectures, through the Politics and International Affairs Society. * Benefit from a course which received excellent ratings for teaching and student satisfaction, in the Guardian’s University Guide 2015 (within the subject league table for Politics). * Differentiate yourself in an international sector with industry experience and Spanish language skills. As journalists, politicians' assistants, and public affairs consultants, our graduates have gone on to work for the European Union, United Nations and UK Civil Service. * Investigate daily headlines. Discover the international and political ideas that influence society.