Teaching Resources - Recent events
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The list below includes helpful information on a number of different topics around university life. Click any of the links for more details.
This supports those who are considering alternative options post-18 as well as those looking at graduate opportunities.
The official website for comparing UK higher education data. It includes official data for undergraduate courses on each university and college’s satisfaction scores in the National Student Survey, jobs and salaries after study and other key information for prospective students.
Provides a consolidated guide on all matters which have an impact on tuition fees and associated charges.
Provides a complete and easy to access service for citizens.
Provides useful, up to date advice for parents about the career options available to their children.
Will engage with more than 20,000 students, teachers and parents to help increase the talent pool of new IT professionals in NI.
The entitlement framework is the post 14 curriculum which puts the needs of pupils first.
The Northern Ireland Strategy for Further Education, January 2016
Click the links below to download one of our presentations or to view one of the videos from our Youtube channel
Continuous Professional Development
Queen’s offers an array of challenging and rewarding Continuous Professional Development programmes for teaching professionals on both a full-time and part-time basis. Whether you wish to update your knowledge or refresh your skills you will find one of our courses to meet your needs.
The School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work (SSESW) plays a leading role in influencing the development of educational policy and practice in Northern Ireland and has an established reputation for providing challenging and rewarding courses for professionals on both a full-time and part-time basis. Find a course at the School.
See our list of Short Courses here and enrol online.
Our modular masters degrees provide a challenging environment of critical reflection and high quality professional development in a number of areas. On offer for 2016 entry are: