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Learning and Living

September 2022 - Present

Politics PhD at the University of Hull

Research into British Indian voting behaviour in England, observing whether there's an electoral realignment towards and the Conservative Party, and if so, looking at what's driving it.

Member of the Centre for British Politics.

Achieved the status of Associate Fellow (AFHEA): In recognition of attainment against the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and learning support in higher education. 

Awarded: 08/03/2023

September 2020 - September 2021

MA in Political Theory at the University of York

Degree Classification: Merit


Justice, Legitimacy and Democracy

Themes and Theories in International Relations

Approaches to Political Theory

New Security Challenges

Critical Theory

Dissertation titled 'Is British Indian Is A Redundant Term? A Case Study on Indians in England.'

September 2018 - July 2020

Politics BA (Hons) from De Montfort University, Leicester

Degree Classification: First

Modules in Final Year

Politics of Nationalism 

Dissertation Thesis: British Hindu Voters and the Conservative Party: A Case Study on Leicester East 

Environmental Politics: Sustainable Alternatives 

Power, Politics, Morality

Modules in Second Year

Politics in Action 

Government and Business Relations

Political Thought

The Politics of the European Union 

September 2014 - June 2016

A Levels at The Duston School, Northampton

A Levels

Government and Politics


Applied ICT

AS Level

English Literature

August 2009 - May 2014

GCSEs at The Duston School, Northampton

10 GCSE's graded A* to C, including English Language and Maths

Education: Education
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