Bath Politics Society

 

Bath University Politics Society is the society for any student with a keen interest in politics. The core of our membership is drawn from students on politics courses, although we're keen to expand our membership and attract more students so don’t be shy! Our aim is to promote political discussion and engagement from all students, while meeting some fun new people along the way.

Join our our Facebook page where all of our events, trips, and socials will be advertised, exclusive to our PolSoc members.

Socials: We organise social events and nights out in Bath roughly every fortnight so you can get to know more people on your course easily, or just make new friends with the same interests as you!

External Speaker Events: We also host interesting speakers to give talks to engage students on a variety of topics. In the past we have organised talks with former Minister Vince Cable, former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Jacob Rees-Mogg. Please join the society if you think you would be interested in hearing these sorts of talks!

ISB Trip: This society is one of the few societies that organises trips across Europe during the inter-semester break. The society has gone to Brussels, Prague, Berlin and Budapest to name a few! This year we have been to Amsterdam!

Debating Socials:A new addition to the politics society this year, the committee hopes to organise frequent meetings in which students can come along and debate political issues in the style of the British Parliament.

Any questions please get in touch with any of our committee members at su-politicssoc@bath.ac.uk

 
Virtual Pub Quiz - 20:00, October 8th
Join the Politics Society for our first virtual social of the year. Grab a couple of beers, or soft drinks, and team up with your friends as we experience a pub quiz definitely not hosted from the Houses of Parliament Pub in Westminster! Click the link here to join the quiz!
 

Committee

Chair

Secretary

Social Secretary

Treasurer

Welfare and Inclusivity Officer


Important Documents

The Constitution

The Development Plan