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On Saturday 26 March, the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics (HAPP) will host a graduate studies event for prospective students, applicants and admitted students.

This unique event will provide you with the opportunity to meet with staff and alumni from Queen’s University Belfast.

HAPP is one of the largest and most wide-ranging schools in the university, exploring culture and society from the origins of humanity and ancient history to modern-day politics. We offer more than a dozen world-renowned graduate programmes and welcome students from across the globe to study with us in Belfast each year.

Our location in Northern Ireland (as a post-conflict society) provides a unique base and range of perspectives from which to explore peace building, conflict resolution, security, public history and anthropology.

Join us in DC to learn more about graduate opportunities and the student experience. Hear directly from our staff and former students about the educational environment and meet with some of the students who could be sitting in class with you this fall!

Find Out More – Academic and Alumni Panel

Saturday 26 March 2022, 10am ET, The Homer Building, Washington DC

In association with the Northern Ireland Bureau, this event will introduce leading members of the academic team from the world-leading School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen's.

The session will cover:

  • Belfast as a location to study
  • Opportunities beyond the classroom – internships, field research and more
  • The graduate student experience at Queen’s
  • Interdisciplinary teaching and research

Alumni in the United States will also be present to discuss their time at Queen's.

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Hear from our students
Julia Newton - MA Conflict Transformation and Social Justice
Marissa Piccolo – MA Global Security and Borders
Why Choose Queen's

Top 50

(Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2021)

One of the world’s most beautiful universities’ (Huffington Post), Queen’s is the 9th oldest university in the UK, established in 1845 with over 170 years of teaching excellence.


Graduate sooner with postgraduate degrees typically 1 year (PhDs 3 years) helping you reduce the cost of study in a UK city with the lowest student cost of living (Which? University, 2018).

Career launch pad

You’ll have opportunities to boost your employability through high-quality, transdisciplinary training and development programmes at the Graduate School.

State-of-the-art Facilities

Our historic campus is also an innovative learning environment featuring a dedicated postgraduate building, development events and community hubs.