Virtual Graduate Open Events
This online event will enable prospective PhD students to submit their own questions to our panel of current LSE PhD students. The event will take place online via Zoom.
Attendance is free of charge and does not form part of the School’s selection process.
To attend the event, you will need to register in advance by clicking on ‘How can I attend?’. After registering you will receive a confirmation email which will include a Zoom Webinar link. You will be able to access the event on the day via this link.
You may also be interested in attending other Virtual Graduate Open Events.
All event times are UK local time.
Arnaud is in the sixth year of his PhD programme in the Department of Economics at LSE. His research focuses on two themes: (1) how government-funded research can foster growth, and (2) how firms’ supply chains can be made more resilient to economic shocks. Before enrolling in the PhD at LSE he studied maths for his BSc degree in France and worked as a pre-doctoral fellow at LSE.
Juliet is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Social Policy where her research focuses on access to justice, public economics, and inequality in comparative and historical perspective. She holds an MPhil in Quantitative Economics from the Paris School of Economics and an LLM in International, European and Comparative Laws from the European University Institute.
Aishwarya is an MPhil/PhD student in the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science. She is an organizational psychologist with prior work experience in the space of human resources management for a luxury brand hospitality company. She holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology and is passionate about how behaviour shapes workplace cultures.
Mina is a first-year PhD student in the Department of International History at LSE. She moved to London from Vancouver, where she completed a BA and MA at the University of British Columbia. Her research focuses on American foreign policy efforts in the Eastern Mediterranean during the 1960s and 1970s.
Jake is a first year MPhil/PhD student in Human Geography and Urban Studies with the Department of Geography and Environment. His research applies political ecology approaches to rural-to-urban seasonal labour migration in Bangladesh. Prior to joining the PhD programme Jake worked in the INGO sector for a variety of NGOs working on WASH, agriculture and social entrepreneurship. He has a bachelor's degree in history and a master's degree in Migration and Global Development Studies.