Ashraf Sabkha (MPP 2015) has been awarded a Knight-Hennessy Scholarship at Stanford University. He will pursue a master's in international policy at the Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University.
Ashraf is the first Libyan scholar in the programme; the 2022 cohort counts individuals from 27 countries. At Stanford, they will pursue graduate degrees in 35 degree programmes in all seven schools.
Knight-Hennessy Scholars are a multidisciplinary and multicultural community of graduate students from across Stanford University. The programme's activities encourage graduates to be visionary, courageous, and collaborative leaders who address complex challenges facing the world.
Professor Janina Dill appointed to Dame Louise Richardson Chair in Global Security
Professor Janina Dill has been appointed to the inaugural Dame Louise Richardson Chair in Global Security, building on the School’s expertise in international law, economics, philosophy and government, and its wide-ranging engagement on issues from cyber security to reducing state fragility.
School record broken as almost 90% of 2023 master of public policy students have full or partial funding
The Master of Public Policy (MPP) class of 2023 arrived in Oxford, hailing from 58 different countries, for the start of their journey to navigate public policy. In total, almost 90% of this year's class of 147 brilliant students are receiving some funding to support their participation in the programme.