Alumni profiles

Alumni profiles in the Institute of Local Government Studies

Video: Sarah Jeffries, Public Management MSc (2013)

Video: Sarah Jeffries, Public Management MSc (2013)
Description
Sarah Jeffries describes her experience of studying a MSc in Public Management at the Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham during her recent graduation.

Miguel Castro Coelho, MSc in Public Service Management (2003) and PhD in Public Policy (2006)

Description
"It has been a genuine pleasure to return to the campus - I keep strong, positive memories of the time I spent there as a student. It's great to see there has been investment in some of the facilities and those changes seems to be going in the right direction. I am thankful for the generosity of the audience who attended my talk and for their engagement."

Video: Katherine Tonkiss, PhD Local Government Studies (2012)

Description
Katherine Tonkiss describes her experience of studying a PhD in the Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham during her recent graduation.

Video: Claire Kueh, MSc Public Management (2012)

Description
Claire Kueh describes her experience of studying a MSc in Public Management at the Institute of Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham during her recent graduation.

Video: Alyson Nicholds, PhD Local Government Studies (2012)

Description
Alyson Nicholds describes her experience of studying a PhD in the Institute of Local Government Studies during her recent graduation.

Caroline Davis, MSc in Public Management

Caroline Davis, MSc in Public Management
Description
The MSc in Public Management is paid for by the Council, but still involves time spent outside of work to keep up with the work. Caroline feels a scheme such as the one at Birmingham, gives a variety of experience in the breath of placements available to you.

Steven Pitt, MSc Public Management

Steven Pitt, MSc Public Management
Description
This position became an opportunity for him through his work on the Graduate Scheme and was too good an opportunity to turn down. Although he has left the scheme, Steven is still funded to complete his part-time postgraduate study – a Masters in Public Sector Management at the University of Birmingham.

Simeon Whittingham, MSc Public Management

Simeon Whittingham, MSc Public Management
Description
When the chance to apply for the graduate management programme came up, Simeon decided this would be a very good way to broaden his general experience of local government as the scheme allows you to do three placements over 12 – 18 months and funds a Masters course in Public Sector Management. The postgraduate study he is doing is paid for by the Council and he is undertaking this on a part time basis at the University of Birmingham.

Michael Hughes, MBA (Public Service) 1995

Michael Hughes, MBA (Public Service) 1995
Description
"I applied to study at Birmingham because of its unrivalled reputation in the study of local public services."
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