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Our reputation means you, as a Queen’s graduate, will be recognised internationally, giving you a competitive edge in the global careers market

Our team of career consultants can help you plan your route from study to graduate employment, giving expert career advice at our dedicated Student Guidance Centre.

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For all research students

We provide one-to-one careers guidance to all postgraduate research (PGR) students

You’ll also have access to our employment portal MyFuture, where you can search internship and job opportunities as well as book an appointment.


We want to nurture you, as a Queen’s student, to push beyond boundaries and gain an edge in the global employment market

We form valuable links with leaders across business and government to create mentoring relationships and networks.


Did you know?

80 of Northern Ireland's top 100 companies employ Queen's graduates in senior leadership roles

It pays to be a postgraduate

If you have a Master's Degree, you will earn on average £5,500 more per year than if you just had a Bachelor's degree; that's £200,000 over a 40 year working life. (Sutton Trust, 2013)

PHOTO: Kathryn Lockhart
Allstate has found Queen’s postgraduate students have the right combination of attributes: technical knowledge, communication skills and advanced problem solving skills, meaning they're equipped to be the next generation of leading technologists required to stay ahead of the competition. Kathryn Lockhart
Northern Ireland's largest technology employer

A Competitive Edge with Degree Plus

Employers recognise skills developed outside through your degree

Part-time work, volunteering or involvement in the various sports, clubs and societies that the University has to offer all count towards your Degree Plus Award.

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