The Vice-Chancellor has announced further support for international staff though the work of the University’s EU […]
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On International Women’s Day 2016, during Women’s History Month, please join us for a dialogue about the refugee crisis.
6.30pm Tuesday 8 March
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Please join the Department of American and Canadian Studies for its distinguished annual lecture, delivered this year by Professor Glenda Carpio of Harvard University, who will talk about multicultural America, new American identities, and the problem of exile in the land of the free.
Juliet Thondhlana, Roda Madziva and Simon McGrath present ‘Issues in researching higher education and employability in the context of migration: the case of Zimbabwean highly skilled migrants in the UK’.