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Postgraduate led colloquium at the QMUL Mile End Institute

Tuesday 3 February 2015


QMUL's Mile End Institute has announced details of a new postgraduate colloquium for doctoral and Masters students from the Schools of History, and Politics and International Relations.

QMUL's Mile End Institute has announced details of a new postgraduate colloquium for doctoral and Masters students from the Schools of History, and Politics and International Relations.

Graduates@MEI is a postgraduate led colloquium that brings together doctoral and Masters.

Organised by graduates, with the support of the MEI, this is an informal, high-level symposium which meets regularly throughout the academic year, and permits students and staff to explore some of the research projects and leading ideas that are being developed at QMUL. 

Any graduate student studying for a Masters or research degree at QMUL is eligible to join this symposium. It offers a unique opportunity to engage with some of the leading scholarly figures, and well-known practitioners, who are part of the MEI community. 

This initiative grows out of our core ambition to promote deeper forms of intellectual engagement and critical thinking about politics and public policy in the UK. 

The MEI’s roots in the Schools of History and Politics and International Relations, mean that we host a large number of talented and highly motivated graduate students who come from all parts of the world, and across the UK, to learn about and do research into British politics and political history.

About the Mile End Institute

The QMUL Mile End Institute, led by Professor Michael Kenny, is a major new policy centre based at Queen Mary University of London. Its mission is to deepen and challenge public understanding of the crises facing our systems of politics and governance, and to promote a richer debate about public policy issues and the UK’s role within the wider world.

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