Work experience opportunities launched at Queen’s University Belfast for 2023 offer Northern Ireland SMEs, charities, public and third sector organisations funded access to grass roots student and graduate talent.
Queen’s hosts NI Climate and Business Leaders for student-focussed Real-World Challenge Career Development Programme held at PwC.
Queen's University students can win one of 10 x £1,000 awards, generously provided by Santander Universities, to enhance their student experience.
Three students from Queen’s have been selected to spend the summer in Canada developing their research expertise .
Arts organisations within Northern Ireland have received over £4.6 million of government funding creating 72 new entry-level jobs in the sector through the Covid Recovery - Employment and Skills Initiative.
Queen’s welcomed Dr Colletta Dalikeni, Social Care Lecturer, Dundalk Institute of Technology to a Development Weeks workshop on Social Work, Asylum Seekers and Refugees.
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Female leaders from the arts, culture and creative industries gathered in the Student Guidance Centre at Queen’s University Belfast last month (30 March) to deliver the first in-person career development workshop since the pandemic.
Queen’s students join the ranks of future leaders from across the island of Ireland a a program of personal development, policy debate and community service.
Two students from Queen’s have been shortlisted in the TargetJobs Undergraduate of the Year Awards.
Queen’s PGCE students had an opportunity to network with representatives from the education sector at the recent PGCE Education Fair on 25 February.
Queen's University and the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a Business Insight Breakfast for International Students at in the Canada Room at Queen’s on 14 February.
Students from across all three Faculties at Queen’s came together on campus to compete in the annual Stock Market Challenge on 16 February
Leaders from some of Northern Ireland’s top organisations were among the speakers at the recent Spring Careers Festival at Queen’s University Belfast
The Careers, Employability and Skills team at Queen’s have been praised by students for their most recent Bitesized Employability Session on Increasing Self-Confidence and Dealing with Imposter Syndrome.
Over 40 students have been paired with mentors from organisations including NICS, PWC, Citi, Andor Technology, EY and Almac.