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We provide supplementary educational opportunities for matriculated members of the University of Oxford community, including lectures, guest speakers, policy and research delegations focused on contemporary issues in international relations and national security.

From Michaelmas to Trinity term, we host a variety of public seminars, lectures, and talks with leading international speakers for the benefit of the University of Oxford academic community. Events are open to all matriculated members (current and former students, as well as faculty) of the University of Oxford. Registration is required in advance, but events are generally free to attend. We are partnered with a variety of student societies in order to ensure maximum exposure. We also offer a selection of smaller, invitation-only events, such as dinners with prestigious speakers, and weekend-long policy workshops in London, Cambridge, and the Cotswolds. Finally, we offer policy and research delegation opportunities for a highly-selective group of up-and-coming student campus leaders during term-time vacations.

 

Campus Events & Seminars

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“The world today needs young leaders capable of navigating complex geopolitical realities with a clear mind, a resolute will, and an ethic of diplomacy”

Campus Partners  

 

We have partnered with a variety of student and campus organisations over the years to deliver maximum exposure for our lectures and events. In the past, we have partnered and/or sponsored international speakers for co-hosted events with the following partners. 

Stokesley Society - Magdalen College, Oxford

The Stokesley Society is a long-running discussion society of Magdalen College, Oxford. The Society meets weekly to discuss topical issues over a free light lunch. The Oxford Diplomacy & Geopolitics Forum has partnered with Stokesley to bring guest speakers and lecturers to Oxford. 

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The Oxford Forum Society

The Oxford Forum, a student guest-speaker / debate panel society, encourages debate at Oxford through organising expert panel discussions and student debates on pressing issues of our times. The Oxford Forum is a society which runs panel discussions, debates, socials and a journal all with a focus on interconnectivity in Oxford. Our three main values are quality, accessibility and interconnectivity.