My name is Tom Gregg and I'm currently enrolled in the Master of Arts (International Relations) after being awarded the Hedley Bull Scholarship. During my Bachelors degree I had the opportunity to study at the University of the South Pacific and to work for the Pacific Concerns Resource Centre as an intern. Since that time, politics and development issues in the Pacific Islands has been my main interest area. The MAIR program has given me the opportunity to explore these issues at a deeper level, while also learning about similar issues in Asia. In a couple of months I'll commence the thesis component of the program and will focus on the impact of globalisation on small island states of the Pacific. When I've graduated, I'm hoping to either work in the development field or undertake a PhD. I highly recommend the MAIR, it has exceeded my expectations on many levels. The academic content, the quality of the staff, the diversity of backgrounds among the students, and the social atmosphere all make the program extremely enjoyable.
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