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News 2015

New postgraduate loan scheme

Posted on Tuesday 15 December 2015

Are you thinking about studying for an MA in the School of PEP? From September 2016, you could be eligible for a government-backed loan of up to £10,000.

Congratulations to our PEP prizewinners!

Posted on Monday 13 July 2015

The School of PEP is delighted to announce that six of its students have been awarded prizes acknowledging their exceptional academic performance this year.

Nobel Prize-winning economist and philosopher speaks to PEP students

Posted on Tuesday 16 June 2015

Amartya Sen, the world-renowned social scientist, gave the School of PEP Lecture at the York Festival of Ideas in June.

A property-owning democracy - is the dream alive and well?

Posted on Wednesday 22 April 2015

Dr Martin O'Neill (Politics) argues that the so-called 'Mansion Tax' is one of the keys to a more equal distribution of property wealth in the UK.

Greens unveil raft of anti-austerity measures

Posted on Wednesday 22 April 2015

The Green Party has published its manifesto, offering something for everyone.

Green Party manifesto silent on EU issue

Posted on Monday 20 April 2015

The Greens have no clear vision on the EU, says York politics lecturer.

Public lecture: 'The Balance between Privacy and Security'

Posted on Wednesday 25 February 2015

Want to put your questions to the US Ambassador? Now's your chance.

Interested in working in the media, heritage or sustainability?

Posted on Wednesday 25 February 2015

Three sectors, three panel Q & A sessions, one joint drinks reception.

From "Greenest government yet" to "Get rid of all the green crap"

Posted on Monday 16 February 2015

How has climate change become a partisan issue under the coalition government, and why does it matter so much?

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