PhD study with the British Election Study
|Dates:||28 October 2015|
|Times:||16:00 - 17:00|
|What is it:||Activity|
|Organiser:||School of Social Sciences|
|Who is it for:||Current University students|
|Speaker:||Prof Jane Green, DR Grieg Charnock, Prof Rachel Gibson|
Are you an undergraduate or Masters student interested in studying for a PhD in electoral politics?
If so then you need to come along to an information session at The University of Manchester on October 28 to learn more about all the exciting topics you could be working on and the people who would be supporting your research.
The University of Manchester is home to the 2015 British Election Study and studying with us would provide you with an exciting opportunity to access this valuable resource and to work alongside the project team.
The information session will be held on 28 October between 4 and 5pm at:
The Council Chamber, Whitworth Building, University of Manchester
At our event you’ll hear from:
• Professor Jane Green, Co-Director British Election Study
• Professor Rachel Gibson, Convenor, Democracy an Elections – Manchester’s hub for electoral research
• Dr Greig Charnock: postgraduate graduate recruitment Director, Politics
You are also warmly invited to attend the Democracy and Elections lecture that will precede the session by renowned political scientist Professor David Farrell. Prof Farrell is Professor of Politics at University College Dublin and Research Director to the Irish Constitutional Convention (ICC). His lecture will provide an inside view of the origins, workings, and legacy of the Convention that was established in 2012. His lecture will run from 2pm and 3:30 in 4.211 in University Place.
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