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Posted 27 April 2016
Our first guest blog from Patrick Willcocks, policy commentator focused on cities and their economic and environmental policy issues (UrbanPivot); a teaching fellow at the UoB Business school focusing on Europe and regional development and a private consultant working on EU funding and policy.
Posted 26 April 2016
Read a summary of the Migration and Entrepreneurship International Conference, which was held at the University of Birmingham on the 14 of April 2016. The event was sponsored by DiasporaLink and the European Commission and organised by the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME) at Birmingham Business School in collaboration with the Institute of Advanced Studies (IAS).
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Posted 04 May 2016
The School of Education to fund full-time PhD studentship and a fees only award for Home/EU students.
Posted 29 April 2016
The School of Education in ranked 10th in the latest Complete University Guide
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The European Commissioner for Social Policy replied to letter in which students of the POLSIS module Institutions, Politics and Policies of the EU explained their views on the future of European integration in social policy.
The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) is inviting applications for short term voluntary placements over the summer 2016.
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If you could change one thing? What would it be? This is the question posed in a new promotional video which has recently been produced by the School of Social Policy for its Social Policy undergraduate programmes.
The latest edition of the Housing and Communities Research Group Newsletter, is now available to read online.
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