Review your (policy work) options……hear it from an Edinburgh-alumnus-now-EU-policy-officer

 

If you were intrigued by the recent post from philosophy alumnus Liz about her route into Policy work via an MSc in political theory and a variety of different work settings, including public affairs and research consultancy, sign up to listen to another recent graduate, Tom talk about his career path to date, working as a policy officer with the European Commission in Brussels.

With wide experience of advising Senior EU Officials & CEOs on EU-internal and foreign policy decisions. Tom will cover:

  • His career path to date
  • Policy work in the EC
  • Jobs and careers in the EU institutions
  • Hints and tips for current students

So if you’re keen to explore policy work as a career option (or even just a bit interested in finding out more…) hear it from an expert, and make it your policy to come along, 11-12, Monday 20th May,  to Meadows Lecture Theatre, Teviot G.07, doorway 4 Central Area and learn more from Tom. (Dont forget to sign up first though.)

If you can’t make it, use our online resources to help you research different areas of policy work to help you decide if it’s a career for you, and how to get started with it.

And don’t forget Liz from philosophy and her fascinating case study on how she made her way from philosophy grad to policy advice officer in 3 years.

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