UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 22 JUNE 2018
The Centre for Brexit Studies is looking for two bright and dynamic BCU students to join in our latest research.
As part of our studies into what Brexit will mean for Britain at a regional level, we need to know what local communities feel about politics, local governance and more specifically… Brexit! We are specifically interested in people’s attitudes and thoughts on Birmingham hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games, in a (post-) Brexit context.
So, throughout July and August we will be engaging in stakeholder interviews in Perry Barr and the surrounding areas. These discussions will be headed-up by our academics, including Centre Director Professor Alex de Ruyter, but we want to give our students the chance to get directly involved in our research.
Whether you’re a journalism student wanting to hone your own interview skills or are more interested in matters of psychology, we want to hear from you!
This is a golden opportunity for you to get experience to put on your CV – including named authorship on publications arising from the research, working with academics in a Centre with a national and international profile.
This opportunity is open to all BCU students between the middle of August and September. The internship will be on an expenses only basis and will run for a maximum period of six weeks.
For more information and to apply please contact Jessica.Guy@bcu.ac.uk.