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Crisis and Transition: policy students' conference

This year’s student-organized conference will be held on Friday 19th December, 9am-5pm at Central European University.

Apply now for MESPOM 2015-2017!

Apply now for MESPOM 2015-2017

The MESPOM Consortium – Central European University (Hungary), Lund University (Sweden), the University of Manchester (UK), the University of the Aegean (Greece), the Monterey Institute for International Studies (USA), and the University of Saskatchewan (Canada) – is inviting applications for the Erasmus Mundus 

Jessica Jewell’s '09 (USA) letter on energy intensity in Ukraine

Read Jessica Jewell’s '09 (USA) letter on energy intensity in Ukraine in the Economist!

 

MESPOM scholars publish research findings on community health in Canada's north

 

Sylvia Abonyi (University of Saskatchewan, MESPOM scholar), Brandon Anthony (CEU, MESPOM scholar), and Soultana Stylianidou (MESPOM alumnus) recently published their findings in the International Journal of Circumpolar Health from an ongoing study of the social determinants of community health in Canada's north, particularly as it relates to the environment. This research has been graciously supported by the MESPOM program.

Arrival of MESPOM Students at the University of the Aegean touted in local news publication

 

Arrival of MESPOM Students at the University of the Aegean touted in local news publication

 

The Independent feature story on study in Sweden at the MESPOM partner IIIEE

 

 

 

 

The Independent feature story on study in Sweden at the MESPOM partner IIIEE

Full texts of MESPOM theses defended in 2012 are available

In June 2012, MESPOM cohort 2010-2012 had defended their theses and graduated. Student record offices of the universities participating in the MESPOM consortium are still working on dipomas, however full text versions of MESPOM theses 2012 are already available online. Please check http://mespom.eu/study/theses for updates!

UoM research grant and university ranking

The University of Manchester has just received £50 million investment on graphene research from the UK government. Graphene was discovered at the University in 2004 by Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov, who won the Nobel prize for their discovery. The opening line of the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Oborne's keynote speech in Manchester had a dramatic resonance to students and faculty: "Tomorrow's world is being shaped here in Manchester."