Mon, 18 Mar|
Re-Thinking Europe Series: Brexit: Quo Vadis?
Continuing its 'Re-Thinking Europe' series of events, ESCP Europe's London Campus is delighted to host two distinguished guests for an evening's conversation and debate on Brexit.
Time & Location
18 Mar 2019, 18:30 – 20:00
G77, ESCP Europe Business School, Finchley Road, London, UK
About The Event
Continuing its 'Re-Thinking Europe' series of events, ESCP Europe's London Campus is delighted to host distinguished litigator and parliamentarian Lord David Gold, in discussion with London Campus Dean and Brexit commentator Professor Simon Mercado.
In an interview with Lord Gold, Professor Mercado will open up the history of the Brexit story and invite Lord Gold to share his thoughts on the Brexit process and its possible outcomes. The interview will be followed by an open Q&A session with audience members.
This event is open to the public and free of charge. Places are limited. To book yours, please visit: [Solene, can you provide a link?]
'Brexit: Quo Vadis?' takes place in conjunction with ESCP Europe's Erasmus+-funded Jean Monnet module, part of the Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme taught across the School.
In 2016, Professor Ben Voyer, then Associate Dean for Undergraduate studies, was awarded funding from the European Union Erasmus+ agency to deliver the Introduction to European Business and Administration as part of the Jean Monnet module scheme. This scholarship is given to programmes that highlight the role of the EU in higher education institutions.
ESCP Europe's London Campus was awarded the prestigious Times Higher Education Award for UK Business School of the Year, in part for its work around the topic of Brexit. More events are to follow in the coming months; please follow us on social media for the latest listings: facebook.com/escpeuropelondoncampus