Our programmes

Undergraduate study

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Placements and employability

UK University Sales Competition

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Employability

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"I absolutely loved my placement year. Not only did I meet a lot of great people and have some incredible experiences, but the skills and knowledge that I have gained from the year have been invaluable. I have come back to university feeling so much more confident in myself and my ability to do well in the finance industry, and the experience has been a massive help whilst applying for graduate schemes."

Becci, Business Finance and Management with a year in industry, 4th year

Meet our experts

Professor Jill MacBryde

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Our research and impact‌‌

News and events

News

Climate Policy

Thursday 28 March 2019



My Home Is Not My Home

Wednesday 12 December 2018



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Events

Wed
17
Apr

Assessing the risks from air pollution to food security in South Asia: Can mixed methods and innovative data analysis help to contextualize problems and sustain livelihoods

Air pollution is likely to cause reductions in supply of staple crops in South Asia. Most studies have assessed yield losses and translated these into economic losses using world market price.

Wed
8
May

The 'Haves' and the 'Have Yachts': Socio-spatial struggles in London between the 'Merely Wealthy' and the 'Super-Rich'

This talk is about how the actions of the transnational über-wealthy - the ‘have yachts’ - impinged upon the life-worlds of the ‘merely wealthy’ - ‘the haves’.

Wed
15
May

The Class Ceiling: Why it Pays to be Privileged

The hidden barriers, or ‘glass ceilings’, preventing women and minority ethnic groups from getting to the top are well documented. Yet questions of social class - and specifically class origin – have been curiously absent from these debates.

Wed
22
May

Assuring Autonomy International Programme: Technical, Ethical, Regulatory, and Social Dimensions

The talk will give an overview of the Assuring Autonomy International Programme, a 5-year, £10M programme supported by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation and the University.