I’m in the fortunate position of getting to use my passions and strengths every day, and whilst not a ‘traditional’ career in psychology I’m grateful for the opportunity to be using and building on the skills I learned at Queen’s Psychology to help me be the best career and leadership coach I can be.Where could Queens take you?
Assistant Professor, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
"Support in the school created the perfect environment for me to develop personally and professionally. I received world-class training as a researcher, was widely supported to engage with academics throughout the country and around the world, and made to feel like an integral part of a close-knit department."Where could Queen's take you?
Caoimhe Keogan Profile
Chief People Officer - Money Supermarket Group
"Even though psychology was, and still is, a specialism within HR, there was definitely an awakening to the potential value that behavioural science could bring, especially to organisations undergoing significant change or transformation."Where could Psychology take you?
People & Change Consultant with PwC
"Many of the skills that I use within my day to day working life have a large part of their foundations within the experiences I had whilst studying Psychology at Queen’s."Where could Queen's take you?
Client Services Administrator with Succeed Wealth Management
"Not only are the skills I gained in Psychology at Queens advantageous to get through the door of a potential employer, they are undoubtedly useful within the work place."Where could Psychology take you?
Professor John Kennedy FRSC
Academic (Graduated 1966)
"Psychology in my time, 1961-65-66, was housed in Lennoxvale, a beautiful private road, in wonderful large villas."Where could Psychology take you?