On Friday 22 June, our Director of the Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance, Professor Helen Drake, is a speaker at a media briefing in London.
Category archive: Diplomatic Studies
Dr Nicola Chelotti, Lecturer in Diplomacy and International Governance, recently participated in a programme discussing how Italy’s two populist parties are forming a coalition.
Last week, our MSc Diplomacy, Statecraft and Foreign Policy student, Paul Ntulila, attended the biennial Commonwealth Youth Forum. Read Paul’s reflection on the event.
A Loughborough University London project, which challenges students to help solve real problems set by a wide variety of organisations, was celebrated at an event last week. On Thursday (1 March), staff, students and company partners heard the outcomes and achievements of the latest Collaborative Project module ahead of its completion this spring. The Master’s initiative, which […]
This week we celebrate deaf awareness in the UK. Paul Ntulia, a student of diplomacy at our campus in London, is a well-known name at our campus and within the deaf community, too. After completing his Master’s degree next year, Paul would like to study for a PhD or work as a diplomat, with the ultimate […]
Take a sneak peak into the life of an Academy for Diplomacy and International Governance student’s usual week.
What is an MRes? An MRes is a Master of Research degree. An MRes places emphasis on the individual to uncover new knowledge and develop their own research expertise whereas a traditional taught master’s degree programme focuses on the development of expertise in a chosen area. An MRes explores the research processes, and uncover the […]
Vice-Chancellor Robert Allison shares his thoughts on Loughborough University rising to 6th in the Times Higher Education’s Table of Tables. “The Times Higher Education magazine recently published its annual ‘Table of Tables’, which ranks the UK’s top universities based on the combined results of the three main domestic league tables – the Times and Sunday Times […]