We run a great range of student events for you to explore IR outside of the classroom, and to enhance our community:
Spheres of Influence
Held throughout Winter Term, these seminars for 2nd/3rd year undergraduate and postgraduate students give you the opportunity to learn about the diverse ways your studies of International Relations can translate into professional life. A speaker working in the field of IR will present their career trajectory, and then focus on a particular IR topic that is relevant to their work, before opening the floor to a more informal discussion about where your IR degree can take you.
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(Un)Resolved: An Informal Debate about Current Events
These very informal sessions put the spotlight on a topical news item, which you explore from an IR perspective, with pizza. Conversational and casual, (Un)Resolved is a brilliant way to put your knowledge of IR into practice!
Hosted by a member of IR faculty, these sessions are open to all students and faculty in the Department of International Relations. We'll send registered participants a choice of discussion topics on the day of the session and you vote to decide which to discuss.
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Food for Thought
This is your opportunity to share a two-course lunch in the Senior Dining Room with a member of the IR faculty and discuss an article or piece of content that will be sent around in advance.
These small lunches are limited to just twelve attendees - six undergraduates and six postgraduates - meaning you have the opportunity to discuss your ideas and the academic’s research interests in much greater detail than you otherwise might.
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