Postgraduate Community and Connections
The Graduate School has funding available throughout the year to assist current postgraduate students in organising academic events and cultural interventions, which work to bring together the wider communities within both Postgraduate Taught and Research student bodies at Queen's University.
What's it all about?
This funding is allocated for initiatives developed and delivered by postgraduate students to help enrich the experience of the wider postgraduate community. The programme supports in skills development such as leadership, effective communication and project management by providing students with the opportunity to manage events and budgets through first-hand experience.
Who can apply?
What can you apply for? Postgraduate Led Initiatives must benefit the wider postgraduate community. This can be through organising a conference; a social event; networking event; or academic related training.
What can you apply for?
Organising a conference; A social purpose; Networking event; Academic related training
How to apply?
To apply for funding, students must complete an application form outlining the purpose and scope of the initiative and the funding required.
The submission must be endorsed by the Head of School. The application form and guidance notes are available below.
My most memorable experience as a Postgraduate student to date
"Having secured funding, I organised an inter-disciplinary symposium which reflected on the societal impact of compassion advocacy. The opportunity to develop collaborative relationships with academics from Queen's and beyond was invaluable. It's improved my ability to work in a constructive manner and strengthened my organisational skills."
Final year PhD, Institute of Theology