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Ghada Al Fakih | 28 February, 2024

Hello, world. I'm Ghada Al Fakih, a Lebanese woman, a lover of my homeland, and a clinical health psychology master's student at Queen's University Belfast.

The Lanyon Quad
22 February, 2024

“Compared to a fully practical filmmaking course (as it is in some universities), the MA Film course has a lot more theory in it, paving the way for my career pathway of researching and lecturing on cinema and TV.”

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21 February, 2024

“I chose to move to Belfast and study at Queen's University for its unique postgraduate conversion course in psychology, tailored for students transitioning from different academic backgrounds."

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Isabella Barros De La Rosa | 19 February, 2024

"I felt that a master’s degree would not only complement and deepen the knowledge I had gained during undergrad, but it would also allow me to improve my research capabilities."

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Ghada Al Fakih | 16 February, 2024

"As the MSc in Clinical Health Psychology intends to provide me with a comprehensive world class education in the clinical and scientific aspects of psychology, this in turn aligns perfectly with my aspirations of becoming a clinical psychologist."

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Staff Writer | 19 January, 2024

Do you want to do a postgraduate degree at Queen’s? Here are your funding options.

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Samantha Koitz | 15 January, 2024

Conflict Transformation and Social Justice student Sami explains why she made the long journey to Queen's University Belfast from Maryland USA to pursue postgraduate study.

Student on beach in Donegal
Eleanor Lees | 3 January, 2024

Eleanor has recently returned to NI for Postgraduate study after six years away – in this blog, she describes the ups and downs of navigating such a transition, and ultimately why it’s good to be home.

Entrance to the Graduate School
Holly Anna Lennon | 11 December, 2023

Feeling overwhelmed by the the final stage in the PG process? MA Literary Studies student Holly has several top tips for planning and researching for your dissertation.

The Graduate School
Rosa Hasson | 8 December, 2023

Thinking of applying for postgraduate study at Queen's? MSc Marketing student Rosa details the application process step-by-step below.

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Rosa Hasson | 27 November, 2023

Postgraduate study can be a challenging and demanding period in your academic career. Fear not - MSc Marketing student Rosa provides some top tips below to help manage stress and boost your mental health and wellbeing during PG study.

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Keerthana Sundararaj | 10 November, 2023

Follow MSc Management student Keerthana on a tour of the Graduate School and its various facilities.

Riddell Hall and Queen's Business School
Rosa Hasson | 25 October, 2023

Embarking on a Master of Science in Marketing is a thrilling journey that combines rigorous academic pursuits with real-world practical applications. Rosa summarises what a typical week looks like for an MSc Marketing student.

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Rosa Hasson | 2 October, 2023

Making the leap from undergraduate to postgraduate study can be a challenge. If you’re a prospective postgraduate student, here are some things to expect when beginning your new education journey...

Front of the Graduate School
Holly Anna Lennon | 7 August, 2023

MA English Literary Studies student Holly discusses her Clearing process and how her decisions led to a rewarding academic experience at Queen's.

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Postgraduate Study | 2 August, 2023

At Queen’s, we believe that postgraduate study can help anyone achieve great things, whatever stage of their career or research journey.

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Molly Elspas | 14 June, 2023

Moving abroad for university can often be a daunting time for students. Public History student Molly Elspas provides a few words of wisdom for those who are making the big move from the US to Belfast.

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Reham Lasheen | 8 March, 2023

Public Health student Reham did a lot of research before choosing a university for her masters, here's what helped her make Queen's her final choice .

Dublin and Belfast
Beth Molloy | 25 January, 2023

Cost of living, travel times and the need to break free after the lockdowns helped Beth decide to come to Belfast. Read her story here...

Three MBA students in hard hats
Aakanksha Shukla | 8 December, 2022

Ever wondered what an MBA is really like? Read why Aakanksha chose to come to Queen's for her MBA and what her day looks like as a student in Belfast.

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Hannah Wasson | 7 December, 2022

Ever wondered what studying music at university is really like? Well wonder no more, third year music student Hannah is here to tell you all about it!

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Divyata Bhola | 6 December, 2022

Spend a day with Indian postgrad student Divyata all the way from her morning gym session to her classes, her accommodation, a trip to the library and and a jaunt to the city centre.

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Sami Koitz | 5 December, 2022

Do I regret moving across the pond to go to graduate school? Absolutely not! Do I wish I had planned better to move halfway across the world to go to get a Master’s degree? Absolutely! See Sami's tips!!

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Camila Montero | 30 November, 2022

If you're living in Queen's accommodation make sure to take advantage of all the trips they organise. They're a great way to make new friends and see more of Northern Ireland. Join Camila for a sunrise social at Crawfordsburn beach.

Reham and friends in a lecture theatre
Reham Lasheen | 22 November, 2022

Join Egyptian student Reham Lasheen as she takes us through a day in her life as a Public Health student at Queen's.

The Graduate School
Sami Koitz | 3 November, 2022

American Postgrad Sami Koitz takes you through a day in her life as a Conflict Transformation and Social Justice student at Queen's.

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Sami Koitz | 1 November, 2022

Everyone knows- packing is HARD! What do you really need and what is a waste of precious suitcase space? American student Sami is here with her top tips on what she wished she'd left at home and what was really worth hauling across the globe!

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Lindsey Mitchell | 25 October, 2022

Mature student Lindsey Mitchell has come back to student life to pursue a career helping people with Substance Use Disorders. She discusses juggling family life and keeping up with the pace as an older (and maybe not wiser!) student.

Niamh and her friend
Niamh McMullan | 18 October, 2022

Join Niamh for a look at a day in her life as a Media and Broadcast Production Master’s student on a busy Thursday.

Tessa and her parents in Temple Bar
Tessa Rendina | 8 August, 2022

Looking for your next weekend adventure? Whether it's somewhere closer or a little further afield, Tessa's here to share some of the trips she's taken this year.

Tessa and pals at the Ulster rugby match
Tessa Rendina | 8 April, 2022

Wondering how to find the right accommodation for you? From settling in to making friends, Tessa shares her tips and her experience of living in Queen's postgraduate accommodation.

The Graduate School
Andrea Cartmill | 11 April, 2022

Undertaking a master’s degree can be daunting so here are some tips Andrea wishes she had known when starting her master’s!

The Graduate School front entrance
Robbie Jamison, MSc International Business | 18 March, 2021

With a BA Honours degree from the University of Liverpool, Robbie Jamison decided Queen's was his best postgrad study option. Here's why.

Rebecca McGettigan, MA History | 27 November, 2019

Thinking about coming to Queen’s from the Republic of Ireland for postgraduate study? Rebecca McGettigan, MA History, from Donegal, tells you everything you need to know.

Laura Kinkead, PhD student at Queen's | 27 July, 2021

Laura Kinkead tells us what an average day in her life as a PhD student looks like.

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Bimsarie Neranja Jananee Weerathunge | 21 June, 2018

Bimsarie Weerathunge on the realities of completing a Masters in Management at Queen’s.

Aoife McDowell, MA Media | 5 December, 2019

From standing out in the job market to pursuing your passion, Master’s student Aoife McDowell explains the perks of postgraduate life at Queen’s.

Ruchismita Bhattachar, MSc Business Analytics | 17 January, 2020

International postgraduate student Ruchismita Bhattacharjee gives a sneak peek inside student life in Queen’s Accommodation in College Gardens.

Tamanna Khurana, MA Arts Management | 6 May, 2020

Canadian Tamanna Khurana searched the world for the perfect MA in Arts Management that would give her the career edge – she found it at Queen’s in Belfast.

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Bisma Arshad | 26 February, 2024

“The combination of academic prowess, international recognition, and outstanding research facilities made Queen's University a non-negotiable choice for me.”

Queen's University Belfast Medical Library
Tililenji Mwanza | 1 March, 2024

“It is a multicultural university accepting people from all walks of life with diverse backgrounds. Queen’s is one of the few universities in the UK that offers an MPH/GH.”

Teaching room in the School of Law
Xinxin Wang | 4 March, 2024

"Queen’s Graduate School has supported me a lot, for instance through the dissertation skills training programme and writing bootcamp."

Aerial view of Lanyon site from Botanic Gardens
Rushikesh Mahajan | 5 March, 2024

“The curriculum's focus on current and future legal challenges in technology, taught by leading academics and industry professionals, who reciprocate positively, resonated with my academic and career goals.”

Front of Lanyon in the summer
Marieke Rose Fastovsky | 29 February, 2024

“Ultimately, my decision to move to Belfast and study at Queen’s came down to affordability, language compatibility, opportunity, and proximity to both my home in the US as well as to other countries.”