a unique facility for postgraduate students
The Graduate School provides a range of support services including skills development workshops and events to add value to the overall student experience
The Graduate School aims to support postgraduates in the development of transferable skills that can be applied to their study and future career.
a team of dedicated Graduate School Assistants
Who can signpost all postgraduates in the right direction whether it's information on securing a postgraduate award or applying for student-led initiative funding
We invite postgraduates to call in and speak to our Information Team at reception regarding any postgradute relater query. Alternatively contact can be made via email or telephone using the information below.
The Graduate School
an ideal place to meet peers and academics
The Graduate School offers a relaxed environment to meet with peers and lecturers or to catch up on work using the computer suite or free wi-fi zones. We have a dedicated silent study, which seats over 65 students, as well as an informal seating area, both located on the 1st floor.
The Graduate School
Creating the leaders of tomorrow
Additionally the Graduate School is a hub for a wide range of activities for postgraduate students, creating a community built on excellence, intellectual challenge and inclusiveness that will transform lives and inspire futures, preparing Queen’s postgraduates to become influential leaders in their chosen fields.
An inspiring and stimulating environment
The ground floor offers reception and administrative support space, training facilities, group and meeting rooms
The building’s first floor features a a truly impressive and beautiful internal space. This is within which to study, relax and socialise - housing a dedicated Postgraduate Silent Study Room (with individual study desks) in one area, as well as an informal seating area.
A vibrant centre of activity
Above all, the Graduate School is a vibrant centre of activity and intellectual exchange for postgraduate students;
Integrating fully the needs of Masters students as much as PhD researchers. It caters to the differing needs of lab-based, international, both full-time and part-time students, as well as students with disabilities.