Chelsea Bin Han completed her undergraduate education at the University of Toronto and the University of St Andrews. During her undergraduate years, she garnered public speaking awards at Model United Nations conferences in Canada and the United Kingdom. She has received numerous awards, including scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Government of Canada), Government of Ontario and the Mackenzie King Scholarship Trust. She is currently completing her Master’s programme at the Department of International Development at the University of Oxford. Her graduate research focuses on international refugee law, maritime border controls, and sea-borne asylum seekers.
Previously, Chelsea conducted field research on food security in Ghana for the Canadian International Development Agency. She also examined border security and Canada-US trade for the United States Commercial Service. Recently, she worked at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario where she researched administrative law and social justice tribunals.
Undergraduate Award Overall & Programme Winner in 2013
University: University of Toronto
Course: Business & Economics