Welcome to the Graduate School Blog, which will be regularly updated with thoughts, opinions and experiences from Graduate School students, staff and community assistants, covering everything from academia to student wellbeing. If you have an idea for a blog you'd like to share, contact: email@example.com
Research and Culture is on the horizon, and as always one of the main aspects of this years celebration is the three minute thesis competition. In our latest blog, recent PhD Graduate, Megan Kelly describes her 3MT experience.
For international PhD students needing to collect data from interviews for linguistic research, preparing for fieldwork outside the UK can be complicated and time-consuming. Here, Graduate School Community Assistant, Sijie Mou shares her experience.
As a student, it can be easy to get caught up in the demands of academic work and extracurricular activities. With so many responsibilities to juggle, it can feel like there's no time to take a break and look after your own wellbeing.
Every story written by PhD students can be colourful, messy, or a mixture or the two. As an international student, I came to QUB full of passion and expectations. Of course, as every story goes, I have encountered various challenges...
As LGBTQ+ History Month comes to a close, Kerry Campbell, one of the founders of PLUS (an LGBTQ+ group for postgraduates at QUB) provides a brief snapshot of LGBTQ+ history and initiatives and communities at Queen’s.
Every postgraduate has experienced conversations where friends or family ask annoying questions about their degree. They usually go something like this...
Welcome to Postgraduate Pen Pals, a blog series which pairs together two PGR students and invites them to have a conversation via MS Teams Chat Box about their studies, their research, and their postgraduate experience.