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Webinars and Student Panels

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Journey to Higher Education

Queen Mary is pleased to provide a series of webinars and student panels to support you with your journey to higher education  

Registrations for our new webinars is now open! Here's what we've got coming up in 2024...

Our online series of webinars and student panel events aims to support you through the different stages of the application process 

Each session will provide you with information and practical tips to guide you through your journey to higher education. You will get the chance to hear from current Queen Mary students who have been through it all before.

Parents and Carers you will notice specific sessions to help you support your young person throughout their journey to higher education but please feel free to also register for sessions aimed at students.

Below is a list of upcoming webinars and student panels. Feel free to book onto multiple sessions via the registration link listed in the description.

Teachers and advisers are very welcome to attend but are unable to book on behalf of a student or group of students.

Humanities and Social Science Alumni Panel 

Tuesday 5 March 2024, 6pm - 7pm (GMT)

This session will be a chance for to hear from Queen Mary alumni who studied a range of Humanities and Social Science subjects over the years. 

We will cover

  • What they currently doing
  • Where a Humanities and Social Science degree can get you 
  • How a Humanities or Social Science degree helped them get to where they are now
  • Looking back on their studies at Queen Mary
  • Share tips and advice on how to make the most of your time at university
  • Insight into the world of work and their industries

This session is aimed at year 12 and 13 students 

Register now

Science and Engineering Alumni Panel

Wednesday 6 March 2024, 6pm - 7pm (GMT)

This session will be a chance for to hear from Queen Mary alumni who studied a range of Science and Engineering subjects over the years. 

We will cover

  • What they currently doing
  • Where a Science and Engineering degree can get you 
  • How a Science and Engineering subject  helped them get to where they are now
  • Looking back on their studies at Queen Mary
  • Share tips and advice on how to make the most of your time at university
  • Insight into the world of work and their industries

This session is aimed at year 12 and 13 students 

Register now

Medicine and Dentistry Alumni Panel

Thursday 7 March 2024, 6pm - 7pm (GMT)

This session will be a chance for you to hear from Queen Mary alumni who studied Medicine or Dentistry over the years. 

We will cover

  • What they currently doing
  • The process of training after graduating
  • Their experience as a doctor/dentist
  • Looking back on their studies at Queen Mary
  • Share tips and advice on how to make the most of your time at university
  • Insight into the world of work 

This session is aimed at year 12 and 13 students 

Register now

Support Services for students at university

Wednesday 20 March 2024, 4.30 - 5.30pm (BST)

This session will outline the various support services available for academic support and student wellbeing at university. You will discover how you can make the most of your time at university and realise your potential by accessing student support services.

We will cover:

  • The types of support available to you at university
  • The services available at university
  • Useful resources to help you prepare for university

We will be joined by a member of the welfare advice team to share their advice and answer your questions. 

This webinar is aimed at year 12 and 13 students.

Register now

Study Skills at university 

Wednesday 3 April 2024, 4.30 - 5.30pm (BST)

This webinar will help you to understand the differences between learning at school and university and consider the essential skills required to be successful in higher education. This sessions will provide you with the skills and resources to help you become an effective independent learner which you can adopt in your current and future studies.

You will learn about:
  • How learning is different at university compared to school, college and sixth form.​
  • Discover different teaching methods at university
  • Learn how you can develop specific skills to support your learning
  • Learn how to manage your time and organise your work
  • Learn about your own skills and how you learn best​

We will joined by current Queen Mary students who will share their experiences of academic study and share tips and advice and answer any of your questions. 

This session is at year 12 and 13 students. 

Register now

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