Students' Question Time 2016Wednesday 2 Dec 2015
Your chance to continue the debate.
The Department of Economics hosted its first Question Time event on campus in September 2013, providing University of Warwick students and staff with the opportunity to engage with politicians, policy makers and academics. It was a huge success, with many demands made for follow-up events.
Students' Question Time 2016 is now an annual feature in the Department's diary and allows students to debate on some of the topics raised from the Question Time event, which took place in October 2015.
Students' Question Time
Thursday 14 January 2016, 5.00-6.30pm
M1, Radcliffe House (view on interative map)
'I am a third year PPE student who majors in economics. I have always had a real passion for economic and political issues which I have demonstrated with my previous work experience in government bodies and political involvement, notably in France and debates with friends on Warwick radio or around a cup of tea! As you can probably guess, I am French but I originally come from an Arabic-Hispanic background.'
I am an enthusiastic first year Economics student, who believes in importance of being open to new opportunities, people and challenges, whilst always being a good person.
I’m a first year Economics student. I’m particularly interested in the UK’s foreign policy and the various crises of Europe. On my gap year I worked for a Kenyan law firm and volunteered in Tanzania and Rwanda. I enjoy travelling, playing the piano and hockey.
About Students' Question Time
Students' Question Time will take place on Thursday 14th January 2016, 5.00-6.30pm. We are looking for 3 current undergraduate or postgraduate students, based in Economics or PPE, to join Professor Abhinay Muthoo on the panel. If you're comfortable debating on current issues in front of a large audience, then please submit a panel application below. The deadline is midnight on Monday 14 December 2015.
You can also register for the event now, this will be a highly popular events and seats are allocated on a first-come first served basis. For first years this event counts as 10 credits towards your Personal Development Module.comments powered by Disqus