23 June 2016
Time: 9:50am - 2:30pm
Venue: QMUL, Mile End Campus, Arts Two Building, Room 320
Calling A-Level Teachers of Government, Politics, and History
Join us for the third annual Hackney Learning Trust Politics Partnership and QMUL School of Politics & International Relations Teachers' Conference.
As well as talk on UCAS applications, Teachers also have the chance to choose from three different breakout sessions, each of which is led by a QMUL academic.
We’re looking forward to an engaging and interactive day that will allow you to come together with other A-Level Teachers and University Faculty.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or if have any mobility and/or dietary requirements.
09.50 | Arrival and registration (Tea & coffee served)
10.20 | Campus Tour
11.00 | Introduction (Professor Ray Kiely)
11.10 | UK Referendums of 1975 and 2016 (Professor Tim Bale & Dr Robert Saunders)
12.00 | Getting into University to do Politics and International Relations (Professor Ray Kiely)
12.30 | Buffet lunch
13.20 | Faculty Talks: Choose from one of the sessions below:
- Session A: The Syrian Civil War (Dr Christopher Phillips)
- Session B: Is the UK about to break apart? (Professor Michael Kenny)
- Session C: China and Globalisation (Professor Ray Kiely)
14.30 | Hackney Learning Trust Politics Partnership (optional)