7th September 2004
INTERNATIONAL COURSE IS PASSPORT TO PERFECT JOB
A degree and a masters in
International Relations proved to be a passport to a job working with an MEP
for one student at the
Nick Fosker (26) completed his degree at
He will be at Lincoln Cathedral at 7.30pm on Tuesday 14th September to receive his masters degree at the university’s awards ceremony.
“I started an internship with Liz Lynne, the Liberal
Democrat MEP for the West Midlands, in June and I was taken on full-time last
month,” said Nick, who originally comes from
“Much of the work I do is researching various topics – constituents write
in asking questions and I find the answers to queries on
“This is exactly the sort of job I wanted so it’s worked out really well for me.”
The masters degree by learning contract is a special postgraduate course which allows students to negotiate their area of study with a relevant supervisor.
The degree is designed to be flexible to accommodate the career needs and personal aspirations of students who design their own degree scheme in consultation with their tutor.
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