Skip to main content


  • The 2021 NEXTEUK PhD Summer School: click here
  • The 2022 NEXTEUK PhD Summer School: click here

NEXTEUK has offered support to students and young scholars interested in publishing their academic work:

  • The 25 participants to the 2021 and 2022 NEXTEUK Summer Schools have been offered the opportunity of academic peer-review during and after the events
  • QMUL students, research assistants and interns have also been strongly encouraged to write individual blogs and have been helped by NEXTEUK scholars in this process

24 individual contributions to the NEXTEUK and the Europe matters blogs, one policy report and three working papers have been published by students, research assistants and participants to NEXTEUK Summer Schools after having been peer-reviewed by the NEXTEUK experts. 

On 5 May 2022 Dr Sarah Wolff and Dr Agathe Piquet organized a teaching day out for QMUL MA in International Relations in Paris with the support of the European Parliament. 

The 15 MA students had the chance to discover the Maison Jean Monnet at Bazoches-sur-Guyonne and to learn more about the life of Jean Monnet, one of the founding fathers of the European Union, and about European integration. The rest of the day was organized around discussions and collective reflection on the preparation and writing of a dissertation. 

Back to top