University virtual open days
We hold a number of virtual events for all subject areas during the year. You can hear from our staff about accommodation, admissions for Home/EU and International students, as well as university life and funding your postgraduate study.
Postgraduate Virtual Open Day
Wednesday 10 May 2017
If you would like to enhance your career options, explore your academic interests in depth or contribute to an area of cutting-edge research, a postgraduate degree from Queen Mary could help you achieve your ambitions.
Join us for our next Postgraduate Virtual Open Day to talk with us about life as a postgraduate at Queen Mary, have your questions answered and engage with future classmates. Specific topics covered will be:
- Applying for a Masters or PhD
- Careers for postgraduates
- Applying from overseas
- Fees and funding for postgraduates including information on the government's new Postgraduate Loan Scheme
- Course content, teaching and other academic queries answered by Academic School staff.
You can dip in and out of any of these live sessions until you have all the information you need to make your decision.
Future virtual open days
We have one more Queen Mary-wide Postgraduate Virtual Open Day coming up in 2017 where all academic Schools will be present to answer your queries. Registration for this event will open closer to the time:
Wednesday 19 July 2017
For 2018 entry, we will also be hosting the following Postgraduate Virtual Open Days. Registration will open closer to the time:
Wednesday 17 January 2018
Wednesday 9 May 2018
Wednesday 18 July 2018
Schools' virtual open days
Our academic schools also hold their own virtual events. These are hosted by academics and administrative staff and give you the opportunity to get to know what it is like to study your chosen subject at QMUL.
Please note that all times shown are in local UK time.
School of Politics and International Relations
Wednesday 8 June 2016, 10am - 4pm
Get advice on our School and programmes!
If you're thinking about postgraduate study in 2016-17 then join us online and ask us about our programmes and the School of Politics and International Relations. We'll be joined by guest panelists that include our teaching staff. You'll also be able to ask about work experience during and following your postgraduate studies. Likewise, if you're holding an offer to study with us in September then this is great chance to ask us any questions you might have.
Meet us overseas
The International Office team regularly travel overseas to meet with students interested in studying with us and to answer any questions about your application. We are always pleased to meet prospective students and we very much hope you will be able to join us at one of these events.