Originally from Northern Ireland, Glenn studied English and Medieval History at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. He was editor of the student-led 'St Andrews Historical Journal' and has completed research assistantships with the Medieval and Renaissance Research Group and the Institute of Legal and Constitutional Research. Beyond this, he has been involved in archival and heritage projects, charitable fundraising and education quality review. At CEU, he will pursue Medieval Studies with a specialisation in legal history.
What is your goal in life?
To promote the societal value of higher education and help build the next generation of critical thinkers.
Why did you choose your particular course of study?
I was attracted by the holistic and interdisciplinary character of the programme.
What do you hope to achieve at CEU?
I hope to broaden my professional experience and build lifelong connections and friendships.