On behalf of the Politics and international relations society, we would like to welcome you to the 2017/2018 academic year.
This year, the committee will consist of 10 people, 9 have already been chosen. The tenth one is our academic representative. If you are in first year and would like to be part of our committee, please send your 200-word manifesto and a picture of yourself to our email (email@example.com) before 23:59 on September 24th. Interviews commence on September 27th. If you want to read more about the current 9 members, please go to our website (http://abdnpir.co.uk/) and under committee, click on standing.
Just like before, we will organise 2 trips this year. One trip, in January, will go to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Kosovo. The April trip will go to Canada. For more information, please come to the info session on October 16th.
Wine and Cheese Night
On Thursday 7 September, we hosted our annual Wine and Cheese night after our introductory lecture. We had a good turnout with about 50 people attending the lecture and the wine and cheese night. The committee was very happy to see so many new faces. We certainly had a lot of fun meeting everyone. We hope that you enjoyed your night as much as we did!
Freshers Pub Crawl
Our next event is our Freshers pub crawl. This will take place on September 14th. We start at 7:30pm at Vodka Revolution (25 Belmont Street, AB10 1JS). It only costs £15 and members get free entry to Underground after! We hope to see many of you there for a, what is going to be, great night!
There are open positions for our academic journal, the International Academic. Positions open are those of editor and sub-editor. More information about this will be released on Wednesday, so please tune into our Facebook page.
A Soul for Europe
We are hosting the first ever UK “A Soul for Europe” conference. The overarching theme for this is “Who is assuming responsibility for Europe?”. A full blog post about this event will be posted later.
We hope to see you on Thursday!
Politics and international relations committee.