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Doctoral College

PGR Training across Queen Mary

In addition to the Doctoral College’s programme for PGR students, other teams within Queen Mary run workshops and training courses or have resources that you may find useful.

Teaching or supporting student learning

The Queen Mary Academy offers accredited programmes in education and academic practice (CILT and PGCAP) which lead to level 7 qualifications and are accredited by Advance HE.

Teach Your First Session (TYFS) is designed to help prepare postgraduate students, teaching assistants, and others who are about to start teaching for the first time.

Careers and Enterprise

Tailored careers support and resources are available for doctoral students. Find out more on the Careers and Enterprise website.


You can access a wide range of Library information and support for postgraduate researchers, including guidance on referencing and avoiding plagiarism, on the Library webpages. Most PGR workshops offered by the Library are available to book through the CPD booking system. The Library also offers one-to-one support on developing academic skills, such as writing, presenting and reading effectively. 

Language Centre and QMElevate

Queen Mary students have access to a range of English language support, designed to maximise your performance. Find out more on the Language Centre website.

Research Impact

The Research Impact team offers regular workshops on research impact.

Public Engagement

If you are interested in getting involved in public engagement activities, the Centre for Public Engagement runs a range of internal training sessions to help.

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