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Top Two in UK: REF Results 2014

We are delighted to announce that the UCL Department of Political Science ranked 2nd with 89% of research activity recognised as world leading and internationally excellent in 4* + 3* classifications. This result was achieved with a 100% submission of all eligible staff, indicating the strength of the research culture in the department. More...

Video: Dominic Grieve QC MP on European Convention on Human Rights

Why It Matters that Conservatives Should Support the European Convention on Human Rights (3rd Dec 2014).
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EMPA student Jayson Browder selected as Carnegie New Leader

Jayson Browder, a student in our Executive MPA programme, has been named a prestigious Carnegie New Leader by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. He joins a select group of future public service leaders in the international field who will develop their skills through seminars, formal events, online dialogue, and analysis opportunities. The fellows also will have access to a platform to promote ethics in the global issues in which they are involved. More...

Meg Russell on Constitutional Consequences of Scottish Referendum

A yes vote would have meant a lot of work but the outcome puts the West Lothian question centre stage.

You can see Meg Russell's Observer article here.

New Fulbright Scholarship for the executive MPA Programme with NYU Wagner

We are pleased to announce that a Fulbright scholarship will be offered to an outstanding student from the United Kingdom who gains admission to the Executive MPA in Global Public Policy and Management for the fall, 2015.

The Executive MPA is a joint degree of NYU Wagner and University College London, designed for experienced managers, rising leaders, and executives across sectors. Students in this integrated program spend the first semester in New York City, the second in London, and the summer in global locations at work on a Capstone project. The Fulbright deadline to apply for the new scholarship is October 31, 2014. For more details, please visit the Fulbright Commission.
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