Department of Political Science


In the news

UNESCO - World Press Freedom Day

Gergana Georgieva, a PPE student in the Department of Political Science, shares her experience of attending the UNESCO World Press Freedom Day conference. 

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Dr Lucy Barnes named as Future Leaders Fellows

Science and Innovation Minister Chris Skidmore announced the 41 recipients of the first wave of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Future Leaders Fellowships this morning as part of the government’s wider Industrial Strategy programme.

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BA Newton International Fellowship Scheme

The Department of Political Science/School of Public Policy at UCL is now welcoming applications for the Newton International Fellowship Scheme. The scheme provides the opportunity for the best early stage post-doctoral researchers from all over the world to work at UK research institutions for a period of two years, with possible start date between 1st October 2019-31st March 2020. The aims for the Newton International Fellowships Scheme are to:

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Seven Questions with Anton Gromoczki

Anton is in the final year of his Bachelor's degree. One of the highlights of his time at UCL has been a Laidlaw Scholarship, which allowed him to get involved in research on Brexit and make a trip to Brussels where he got to speak with senior EU experts and policy-makers.

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Unit in the News: Brexit, parliament, and a further referendum

The Constitution Unit has been regularly in the news over last month commentating on how Brexit is playing out in parliament and what the outlook is for a further referendum. The Unit's work has also been cited in multiple news stories and opinion pieces. Below is a list of newspaper articles, TV and Radio appearances from November and December 2018.

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