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Tackling a Master's with a Full-time Job

Andrea Herron, Master's in Law | 24 June, 2020

Twelve years after Undergraduate, Andrea Herron started to become increasingly obsessed with going back to do a Master's, having just gotten married, taken on a mortgage and working full-time.

Baby on campus: Juggling motherhood with a Master's

Laura Goll, MSc Psychological Science | 20 February, 2020

Laura Goll, MSc Psychological Science, on how balancing parenthood and studying is possible.

Healthcare in the developing world: my medical elective in Peru

Gigi Lee, MB Medicine | 25 October, 2019

Queen’s Medical student Gigi Lee recently travelled to Peru to see the differences between healthcare in the UK and in the developing world.

From Belfast to Cape Town: tackling gang culture through sport

Lynsey Sloan , MEd Educational Studies | 8 October, 2019

Queen’s Master’s student Lynsey Sloan travelled with a group of young people from Belfast to Cape Town investigating what the two cities have in common

Psychology employability: A mental health placement in Bali

Treasa Kilgallon, BSc, Psychology | 9 October, 2019

Psychology undergraduate Treasa Kilgallon hopes to help change the stigma around mental health with a psychiatric hospital placement in Bali

From homeless to a PhD: One student’s incredible story

Emanuel Quashie, PhD Politics | 13 December, 2019

Queen’s PhD student Emanuel Quashie went from living on the streets in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines in his native Caribbean to research scholar at Queen’s