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The car industry is going to be unrecognisable!

The car industry is going to be unrecognisable!
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Mike Wright, Executive Director of Jaguar Land Rover, told an audience of students, academics and businesses that the car industry is changing more fundamentally now than at any time since the early days of its inception.
Date:
25/02/2015
Categories:
Alumni, Social Sciences, Students

ICAS Bursaries available for BSc Accounting and Finance

ICAS Bursaries available for BSc Accounting and Finance
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We are pleased to announce that the ICAS Foundation have allocated a number of bursaries to support students on our BSc Accounting and Finance programme.
Date:
25/02/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences, Students
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Dialogue on intersectionality and superdiversity

Description
Rachel Humphris (IRiS Associate Researcher) reports on the first roundtable of the IRiS Key Concepts Roundtable Series.
Date:
28/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Why cracking down on illegal migration does not change net migration rate

Description
Responding to the latest ONS data on net migration, David Cameron has announced his government strategy to address unauthorised migration.
Date:
27/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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Should religious education prepare people to choose between faiths?

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Professor Michael Hand discusses religious education in this article in 'The Conversation'
Date:
15/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

School of Education PhD Studentships

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The School of Education to fund two PhD studentships to Home/EU students
Date:
15/05/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences
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Blog: Do select committees deserve 'universal praise'?

Blog: Do select committees deserve 'universal praise'?
Description
In this post, Dr Stephen Bates and Dr Mark Goodwin argue that a more rounded evaluation of Select Committees is needed to assess whether they deserve 'universal praise'.
Date:
22/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Blog: A new typology of local government systems

Blog: A new typology of local government systems
Description
Written by Pawel Swianiewicz. "Typologies of the European systems of local government are important and frequent point of reference for many scholars. But the trouble for scholars from my part of Europe is that the most popular classifications concentrate on Western part of the continent, totally disregarding the post-communist Central and Eastern Europe."
Date:
22/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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