Dr David Ranc PhD (Cantab) is a published photographer, photography teacher at Oxbridge Academic, web designer, French teacher, Research Consultant (head hunter) with Boyden Executive Search and Interim Management, and also one of the co-founders of Sport&EU, the Association for the Study of Sport and the European Union.
Dr David Ranc holds a PhD in European Studies from the University of Cambridge (Trinity Hall and Centre of International Studies, an MPhil in European Studies from the same institution, an MA in Political Science (Public Administration) from Sciences-Po (Paris) and a BA in History from Université de Paris X - Nanterre
David Ranc has been described as "Dr David Ranc, BA Université de Paris X, MA Sciences-Po, MPhil, DPhil Cambridge. A published photographer, accomplished web designer, and experienced French teacher, David wrote his dissertation on the sociology of soccer fans. He has rowed for Trinity Hall Boat Club and the Cambridge 99s, as well as for clubs in Paris. He is also a member of the Cambridge University equestrian team."
David Ranc was also described as a doctoral student at the Centre of International Studies (Cambridge) where he works under the supervision of Dr Geoffrey Edwards (Pembroke). He was a visiting fellow, sponsored by the Wiener-Anspach Foundation at the Université Libre de Bruxelles in 2005-2006 and holds an MPhil in European Studies (Cambridge, 2001), a diplôme de l'IEP (Sciences-Po, Paris, 2000) and a Licence d'histoire (Paris X, Nanterre). His PhD research was entirely funded by his college, Trinity Hall.
David Ranc PhD (Cantab) est un photographe français habitant à Londres, professeur de photographie pour Oxbridge Academic Programs, web designer, professeur de Français, consultant chercheur pour Boyden Executive Search and Interim Management, et aussi l'un des co-fondateurs de Sport&EU, the Association for the Study of Sport and the European Union.
David Ranc est docteur en Etudes Européennes de l'Université de Cambridge (Trinity Hall & Centre d'Etudes Internationales), a un Master en Etudes Européennes des mêmes institutions, un diplôme de l'IEP de Paris (Sciences-Po), et une licence d'histoire de l'Université de Paris X-Nanterre.