Two new Research Fellows have recently been appointed.
On Monday, three students from Blackfriars Hall Graduated from their MSc courses. Amy Neale and Debora Gonzalez Tejero completed thier studies in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies, and Marly Augustine completed her studies in Migration Studies.
The MSc in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies is an interdisciplinary degree taught by leading experts in the field of forced migration from international law, politics and international relations, anthropology, and other disciplines.The course is offered by the University of Oxford’s Refugee Studies Centre.The MSc in Migration studies is designed to equip students to understand the nature of both internal and international migration and its role as an intrinsic part of broader processes of development, social change and globalisation. It is offered by the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology.
Amy Neale, Marly Augustine and Debora Gonzalez Tejero (left to right, with the Regent of Blackfriars Hall)
On the previous Saturday, two students, Jonathan Crock and Laura Track, graduated from their MSt course in International Human Rights Law. Students on this course study by distance learning part time for two years, supplemented by two summer schools.
Congratulations to all our new graduates!