Welcome to the event
We believe a research degree is about much more than academia. It will give you opportunities to strengthen your problem-solving skills and make a meaningful contribution to new knowledge too.
Queen’s is committed to the enhancement of research training and teaching and offers postgraduate research opportunities across all fields of study.
This event will give you the opportunity to hear from our academics and current research students and find out about funding.
Hear from our student panel who will share their experiences and provide advice on the transition into PhD study.
Meet our Panel
- Áine Poland, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics
- Katie Hart, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- James Quinn, School of Pharmacy
Meet our PhD Academics, Q&A Sessions
These sessions will give you an overview of some of the PhD Research Areas within Queen’s. Get insight from an academic in the subject area in which you are considering undertaking research.
Get advice in our Q&A session, hosted by Thomas Gamester from our International Office. Find out all you need to know about life in Belfast and the support we can offer International students.
Explore the Graduate School
At Queen's there is a thriving research culture and PhD community. Our innovative learning environment for Postgraduate studies, the Graduate School is where ideas flourish, where students and researchers develop their talents and realise their ambitions.The Graduate School
If you're considering a research degree, you will need to make contact with a potential supervisor before you apply.
You will then need to develop your research proposal, identify your funding and make your application to Queen's.
Chat with our friendly team about your Postgraduate Research queries.
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