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School of Politics and International Relations

Students awarded Principal's Prize


Two students of the School of Politics and International Relations have been awarded the Principal’s Prize. The Prize is awarded to students who have done exceptionally well academically. Markus Meyer and Khanh Duy Do (left to right) recently completed the programme in MSc International Business and Politics. Programme Convenor Dr Liam Campling offered his congratulations to the two students: "Khanh and Markus were part of another excellent cohort on the International Business and Politics MSc programme. Their project work and dissertations developed layered analyses of complex policy processes and their relationships with business; highlighting the benefits of a truly inter-disciplinary perspective. I am sure I join their classmates in congratulating them on receiving the prestigious Principal's Prize.”