We are delighted to invite you to attend ‘An Audience with The Graduate School’ on Thursday 30 March 2017 at 5pm. The event is taking place in the Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen’s University Belfast.
Your host for the event
Irish journalist and broadcaster, Audrey Carville
Audrey will chair the discussion with a panel of our leading academics on the value of postgraduate study and why choosing Queen's will help you take the next step in creating your Master Plan.
Audience participation will be central to the panel discussion, giving you a unique opportunity to share your views and ask any questions.
Meet the panel
PROFESSOR MARGARET TOPPING
Dean of the Graduate School
PROFESSOR MICHAEL ALCORN
Postgraduate Dean - Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
PROFESSOR CATHY CRAIG
Postgraduate Dean - Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences
PROFESSOR AARON MAULE
Dean of Research, Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
Panel discussion (5 – 6pm)
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Meet our leading academic staff and students who will be on-hand to help with any questions you have about postgraduate study:
- Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
- Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
- Engineering and Physical Sciences
The Graduate School
Find out more about the range of training and development opportunities available to postgraduate students.
Admissions and Access Service
Talk to our Admissions team about the application process including ‘how to apply’ and the entry requirements needed for our programmes.
Fees and Finance
Find out what your postgraduate study will cost and learn more about funding options including the new postgraduate tuition fee loan of up to £5,500*.
Careers, Employability and Skills
Speak to our Careers, Employability and Skills team to help you make informed decisions about your future career choices. We can help you connect with employers, develop your skills and get international work and study experience.
The Graduate School
Come and visit the home of our postgraduate community. The beautifully restored Victorian Lynn library offers our postgraduate students a dedicated space for intellectual exchange and collaboration.
Be part of the vibrant postgraduate community at Queen's University Belfast. the Graduate School allows you to make key connections with peers and academics through a range of workshops, conferences and social events.
Our postgraduate community is built on a foundation of exceptional teaching, cutting-edge research, innovation, collaboration and engagement.