Category Archives: Teaching & learning

Applications open – MA in Migration, Superdiversity and Policy

“Our MA equips  students with the tools for understanding and engaging in a rapidly changing and increasingly diverse society” Dr Nando Sigona, Director of the MA in Migration, Superdiversity and Policy   IRiS is now taking applications for the 2018/19

Applications open – MA in Migration, Superdiversity and Policy

“Our MA equips  students with the tools for understanding and engaging in a rapidly changing and increasingly diverse society” Dr Nando Sigona, Director of the MA in Migration, Superdiversity and Policy   IRiS is now taking applications for the 2018/19

PhD opportunities at IRiS

The University of Birmingham offers a number of ESRC scholarships for students commencing their studies in October 2016 to fund postgraduate training and doctoral research, with both +3 (PhD) and 1+3 (Masters and PhD) funding available. A full ESRC scholarship comprises

PhD opportunities at IRiS

The University of Birmingham offers a number of ESRC scholarships for students commencing their studies in October 2016 to fund postgraduate training and doctoral research, with both +3 (PhD) and 1+3 (Masters and PhD) funding available. A full ESRC scholarship comprises

Studying superdiversity at Birmingham: a student experience

Interview with Sam Ellison, Fulbright postgraduate on the MA in Migration, Superdiversity and Policy.

Studying superdiversity at Birmingham: a student experience

Interview with Sam Ellison, Fulbright postgraduate on the MA in Migration, Superdiversity and Policy.

Studying superdiversity at postgraduate level

IRiS is launching this academic year the first MA course on superdiversity. This course combines training in theory and research methods with a close exploration of the impact and consequences of superdiversity on policy-making and public services. It explores how

Studying superdiversity at postgraduate level

IRiS is launching this academic year the first MA course on superdiversity. This course combines training in theory and research methods with a close exploration of the impact and consequences of superdiversity on policy-making and public services. It explores how