Learning Development Service
Student Guidance Centre
Tel: +44 (0)28 9097 3618
Normal hours are Monday-Friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
Evening and Skype appointments are available upon request.
2011 Teaching Award Recipient
Exploring Your Myers Briggs Personality Type: a Workshop for Mature Students
Tuesday 18th February, 12pm - 2pm
14 University Square 01/007
The Myers Briggs assessment is a globally recognised instrument based on the personality theories of Swiss psychologist, Carl Jung. It offers a framework for understanding differences between people, and then using them in a positive way. This workshop, which will be delivered by a qualified Myers Briggs Practitioner, is an opportunity for you to complete a questionnaire to discover your Myers Briggs personality type, and to explore how this information be used to help you improve your approach to study.
Please register via QOL (Admin - Learning Development Service - Other)
Academic & Personal Skills Development
The Learning Development Service has organised a welcome event to help you make the most of your academic experience at Queen’s University Belfast.
You will have the opportunity to:
Come along and find out more on Friday 27th September 2013 (details below).
Lunch will be provided and, if you have time, there will be the options of a tour of Queen’s and a Belfast bus tour (free tickets available from 10am in Whitla Hall)
Welcome Week - Friday 27th September from 12–2pm in the Council Chamber (Main Lanyon Building)
1200 – 1210 Welcome and Introduction: Tim Crawford / Angela McQuade, Learning Development Service
1210 – 1220 The Mature Student Experience: Peer Mentors
1220 – 1230 Student Union support: Caoimhe McNeill, VP Equality & Diversity, Students Union
1230 – 1240 Library Resources: Diarmuid Kennedy, Subject Librarian, McClay Library
1240 – 1250 IT services at Queen’s: Patrick Brannigan, IT Training and Assessment Unit
1250 – 1300 Student Welfare: Paula Moran, Student Affairs
1300 – 1330 Free lunch and informal Q&A session
1330 – 1400 Campus Tour: Conleth Burns and Student Guides