Post Tagged with: "first cohort"

Admissions and Life at the School, BSG Students

A Dance to the Music of Time

A Dance to the Music of Time

Last Friday, a milestone was reached in the Blavatnik School’s development, as its first MPP cohort reached the end of the teaching-year with a final Policy module. As the students – myself among them – disperse to the four corners of the globe to undertake our Summer placements in government, […]

by × 17 June 2013 ×

BSG Students, Economic growth and resilience

Multiculturalism Isn’t A Monolith

Multiculturalism Isn’t A Monolith

MPP student Zain Jinnah reflects on the differing experiences of immigrants in their host countries… I was born and raised in Calgary, a medium-sized city nestled at the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Some call Calgary a redneck city due to it having a “Wild West” type of culture, […]

by × 03 June 2013 ×

Admissions and Life at the School, BSG Students

The Cabinet Table at Downing Street

The Table

The Blavatnik School today took a field trip to No.10 Downing Street – one highlight of which was a chance to sit at the famous Cabinet table. Downing Street is a short row of Georgian town-houses situated a small cul-de-sac off the main thoroughfare of Whitehall in central London.  As […]

by × 31 May 2013 ×

Admissions and Life at the School, BSG Students

Choosing to Go to the Moon

Choosing to Go to the Moon

A note for all you potential BSG mature students out there… Just under a year ago, I received an email from the Blavatnik School of Government admissions team updating me on the progress of my application to the school.  It had been a number of months since I’d carefully put together […]

by × 29 January 2013 ×