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International Labour & Trade Union Studies
For over a hundred years Ruskin College has provide trade unionists and political activists with the knowledge and skills to campaign for social change. The College is now recruiting to its MA in international labour and trade union studies which starts in October 2010. Ruskin attracts UK and international students from trade unions, NGOs, UN agencies, political organisations and civil society bodies.
‘The M‘The MA has broadened my understanding of union revitalisation and examples from unions in various parts of the world that have embarked on strategies and actions to confront and arrest union decline and crisis’ Ariel B. Castro (Full-time MA student 2008-09) Senior Specialist for Workers' Activities
ILO Sub-Regional Office for South Asia
The MA is available on a full-time (12 months) and part-time (24 months basis) and is accredited by the Open University (OU). This cutting-edge post-graduate course provides learners with the framework to This cutting-edge post-graduate course provides learners with the framework to critically analyse global challenges to organised labour. A stimulating and dynamic educational environment challenges learners to engage with theoretical and practical responses to these challenges and devise their own radical solutions. Full-time students are offered a placement with a trade union or NGO organisation within the UK.
To find out more about MA before applying contact MA Programme Co-ordinator Ian Manborde – firstname.lastname@example.org For details of MA open days and to apply contact: ILTUS Administrator Liz Mathews – email@example.com – 01865 517820 A highly limited number Chevening scholarships are available to overseas students. For more information go to: www.ruskin.ac.uk/study/finance/scholarships/ For the MA structure and content please go to: www.ruskin.ac.uk/course/84/summary www.ruskin.ac.uk
School of International Development
Undergraduate Degrees in International Development
Are you interested in studying for a degree that covers poverty, globalisation, human rights, environmental sustainability, education, gender, population, health, economics and justice? The School of International Development at the University of East Anglia has a world-class reputation in the research, teaching and policy-advising of development issues. We are profoundly committed to understanding and addressing local and global problems. Our students are like you - interesting, informed, committed, energetic, creative, and wanting to know and do more. Each of our Undergraduate Degrees offer an Overseas Experience option. Students have the opportunity to gain practical skills and work in a developing country of their choice:
• BA in International Development • BA in International Development with Economics • BA in International Development with Social Anthropology and Politics • BSc in International Development with Environment and Society
For more information please contact: E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: +44 (0)1603 592332
Web Development Manager
The New Internationalist is looking for a hardcore web geek who can talk to mere mortals. Could it be you?
This post is a full-time (35 hours per week) position, based in Oxford, UK * . Salary £32,755; PHI; pension scheme; flexible working scheme; dependants’ allowance (if appropriate).
Download an application pack at: http://www.newint.org/jobs Mail: New Internationalist(Jobs), 55 Rectory Rd, Oxford, OX4 1BW Phone: 01865 811400 Email: email@example.com
Closing date for application forms 31st Jan 2010 (CVs will not be read). Interviews: 5th and 8th February 2010 Start Date: 6th April 2010
* Non-EU applicants must have relevant work and residence permits. The New Internationalist is an equal opportunities employer.