Dr Patrick Pinkerton is a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London, and a Module Convenor for Queen Mary Online's MA in International Relations. He has recently published work on UK and German migration policy. In the article below, he considers what migration policy may look like once (or if) the UK exits the European Union.
Dr Nevena Nancheva is a tutor for the Queen Mary Online International Relations MA and has a particular interest in European integration, EU security and migration governance, and earlier, nationalism and national minorities. Here, she raises important questions about whether it's ethical to consider British citizenship a privilege rather than a right.
The breadth of skills developed whilst studying for an MA in International Relations makes it one of the most attractive degrees around. In addition to opening up a wide variety of career opportunities, the course at Queen Mary Online equips you with transferable personal skills that may change the way you think, feel, and perceive issues in everyday life.