Professor Hobolt teaches courses on European Union politics, comparative politics, democracy, political behaviour and research methods in the social sciences.
Currently, she teaches on the following courses at the LSE:
- GV5X1 Research Design in the Social Sciences
- GV251 Government, Politics and Public Policy in the European Union
- GV4J4 Citizen Representation and Democracy in the European Union
- GV3A1 The Politics and Policies of ‘Brexit’: The UK’s changing relationship with the European Union
Professor Hobolt is happy to supervise research students specialising in the areas of political behaviour, comparative politics, EU politics and political behaviour, especially those wishing to use quantitative methods in their research.
She is also the Doctoral Programme Director in the LSE Department of Government.
Anyone with an interest in pursuing a PhD at the LSE Department of Government, should feel free to email with any queries, or find more information about the LSE PhD programme or on how to become a Visiting Research Student on the LSE Government Department’s website.
Professor Hobolt is currently supervising the following PhD students:
- Katharina Lawall (Government, LSE)
- Julia Leschke (Government, LSE)
- Tom Hunter (European Institute, LSE)
Past PhD/DPhil students:
- Diane Bolet (European Institute, LSE)
- Philipp Dreyer (European Institute, LSE
- Giulia Pastorella (European Institute, LSE)
- Christopher Wratil (European Institute, LSE)
- Jack Blumenau (Government, LSE)
- Julian Hoerner (European Institute, LSE)
- Traci Wilson (University of Oxford)
- Zsolt Kiss (University of Oxford)
- Isabelle Deganis (University of Oxford)
- Marek Hanusch (University of Oxford)
- Lluis Orriols (University of Oxford)
- Armen Hakhverdian (University of Oxford)
She has also acted as PhD examiner at a number of universities, including European University Institute; King’s College London; LSE; Rutgers University; Universitat Pompeu Fabra; University of Aarhus; University of Amsterdam; University of Colorado; University of Copenhagen (Econ); University of Exeter; University of Leicester; University of Oxford; University of Southampton, University of Southern Denmark.