Welcome to Queen Mary's postgraduate webinars
Here is the list of the recordings of Queen Mary's postgraduate webinars which took place on April 1, 2020, including subject-specific sessions with current academic staff and students. These webinars offer you a taste of life as a postgraduate student at Queen Mary University of London, and give you the opportunity to see some of the questions asked as well as the chance to learn more about our postgraduate courses.
See below a list of our webinars and find the topic(s) you're interested in.
We’re home to multidisciplinary research based in modern, well-equipped labs, and you’ll be inspired by our world-class experts.
Students with a biomedical interest benefit from the university’s world-leading medical school. Thanks to our London location, we have well-established links to national institutions such as the Natural History Museum and Kew Gardens, and to industry partners including GlaxoSmithKline and the Environment Agency.
We take a distinctive approach to business and management education, giving you both a practical grounding in business and a keen understanding of the wider social context.
The world of accountancy and finance is constantly changing. This engaging programme offers a contemporary and specialised approach to accountancy and finance, focusing on the exploration of key practical, theoretical and empirical issues. Enhance your career prospects with an understanding of the complexity of policies and practices.
Managing exciting cultural initiatives takes more than just creativity and vision. This course will develop your leadership and organisational skills so that you can deliver projects that you're passionate about. We collaborate with Schools across Queen Mary so you can tailor the course to your interests, whether that's theatre, film, design or working with communities.
This webinar will describe the MA programme in Comparative Literature at QMUL. You'll find out more about what you can study, and learn why QMUL might be the right fit for you. You'll also get a chance to ask questions of the MA convenor.
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Join one of the top schools in the UK: dentistry at Queen Mary is ranked 1st in London for student satisfaction (NSS 2019), and third in the UK for the quality of our research (REF 2014).
You’ll be based in modern, purpose-built premises at The Royal London Dental Hospital, with access to technologically advanced equipment and opportunities to treat a hugely diverse population
We ranked at 1st in London for student satisfaction*
*National Student Survey (NSS) 2019
Our courses are taught by distinguished economists, respected City practitioners and industry professionals who bring practical insight and research excellence into the classroom.
We offer flexible and innovative programmes that enable our students to get the skills, experience and networks they need to succeed in the future.
Join a global university with a reputation for high-quality teaching, research and careers support.
We offer a range of postgraduate taught programmes designed to equip you for future academic training or employment in industry. Our enthusiasm for our research keeps our teaching exciting and up to date. We also have excellent links with industry, working together on commercial and research
Welcome to the School of Engineering and Materials Science. Our postgraduate programmes allow you to further explore an Engineering or Materials Science discipline to attain a high level of proficiency, with an opportunity for independent research.
Engineers and material scientists change lives. Globally responsible engineering has the power to drastically alter the planet’s future and innovations in materials science have countless applications impacting almost every facet of daily life.
Our staff are leading the way in fields ranging from sustainable energy to medical innovation: developing technology to better harness energy from waves, repairing fetal membrance defects to reduce preterm births and prevent early deaths of young babies, and pioneering new innovative biomaterials now improving the lives of 100,000s of patients worldwide.
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Study English teaching with Queen Mary University of London and you will develop sought-after critical and writing skills.
Analysing world-changing writing from medieval epics to the latest contemporary fiction and poetry can take you into a wide range of careers within the media, creative industries and beyond.
We ranked at 32nd in the world for English*
*QS World Rankings by Subject 2018
Ranked first in the UK for Media and Film Studies (Guardian League Tables 2019), the Department of Film Studies is home to internationally acclaimed researchers and practitioners.
Our excellent facilities include a 40-seat cinema, two film studios, well-equipped edit suites and professional-level production equipment. We are close to the creative and media quarters in Hoxton and Shoreditch, with easy access to the British Film Institute and all the cultural riches of London.
We are proud of our excellent reputation for teaching and research across human and physical geography and environmental science.
Join us to learn alongside people who are committed to making a difference in the world.
Students and researchers benefit from our exceptional laboratory facilities and exciting fieldwork opportunities. We have links with organisations ranging from local community groups to the Natural History Museum to UNESCO.
We ranked 1st in London for physical geography*
*National Student Survey 2019
Law covers nearly all aspects of human activity – from the contract you enter into when you buy a chocolate bar to your right to express yourself freely.
Queen Mary’s long-established Law LLB is your first major step to becoming a barrister or solicitor. This renowned degree incorporates all the compulsory modules needed to meet Bar Council and Law Society requirements, and has a strong focus on analysis, attention to detail, argument and communication. It’s an excellent option for students pursuing a legal career or with a general interest in law.
In your first year you’ll study the core principles of law and learn the skills you need to read and apply legal documents, such as Acts of Parliament, EU legislation and case reports. Your second and third years will allow you to choose from a broad range of specialist fields – such as human rights law, criminology, intellectual property and medical negligence.
Students accepted into this course may then opt to apply for the competitive and highly prestigious Law in Practice LLB. This extended four-year degree gives you the unique opportunity to complete an eight-month paid work placement at leading law firm Reed Smith
Studying linguistics will give you a strong understanding of the structure, history and evolution of the human language.
Ranked first in the UK for the quality of our research (REF 2014), we make the most of the diversity of communities and languages across London. We are a lively department, with regular talks, reading groups and social events.
Find out more about postgraduate study at the School of Mathematical Sciences. Our Master’s programmes include Mathematics, Financial Computing, Data Analytics, Financial Mathematics and Financial Mathematics and Machine Learning, all of which are taught in our new £18m Mathematics building.
Become part our community of Mathematicians and start your journey of discovery today.
Find out more about our world-class biomedical research institute where you can study subjects across a diverse range of fields including trauma, neuroscience, regenerative medicine, aesthetic medicine, microbiology and dermatology. We have strong links with Barts and the London NHS Trust, which strengthens our innovative research and teaching.
Many of our programmes are delivered via interactive online learning allowing you flexibility, and our onsite programmes are based at our Whitechapel campus with access to our state of the art laboratory.
The Barts Cancer Institute is part of the Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, and is a Cancer Research UK Centre.
There are over 350 scientists and clinicians across our research centres, creating a unique grouping of expertise dedicated to clinical cancer care, cancer research and excellence in teaching. Our programmes are taught by experts in the field and the innovative learning environment offers you an exceptional learning experience, exposure to modern techniques and the latest developments in cancer research.
We are committed to developing the next generation of scientists and clinicians.
The aim of our programmes and training, whether you choose to study onsite or via distance learning, is to further your understanding, research and career development in the field of cancer.
Dr Jon Kennedy, MSc Global Health Programme Director will speak about the different Global Public Health MScs offered at Queen Mary, University of London. Jon will outline the structure of the MSc programmes and talk through some of the modules on offer. You will also have the chance to speak to current MSc students about their experiences.
Global and Public Health
The MSc is designed to advance the careers of aspiring professionals in medicine, mental health, psychology, psychiatry, and other fields where mental health is the focus of the work. We do this by sharing the scientific evidence base to inform professional practice and empower research that will change the way care is provided.
Support and contact are ensured throughout the year with 1 hour tutorials including the Problem Based Learning (PBL) approaches. Also student-staff liaison meetings are convened each semester between staff and student representatives.
We support people with physical and learning difficulties in accessing higher education and the vast opportunities it can create.
The diversity of our student body reflects our location in one of the most creative and culturally diverse areas of London.
The MSc is designed to deliver 4 programmes. These are delivered from September to August. Teaching is dependent on the programme and module, the teaching takes place one or two days a week.
Full-time students complete the MSc in one year. Part-time students complete the MSc in two years. Distance Learning students are required to participate in online lectures and tutorials that follow the same structure as those for the on-site students.
The William Harvey Research Institute offers a vibrant, fully integrated clinical and basic science environment devoted to understanding basic pathogenic mechanisms and therapeutic innovation in cardiovascular, inflammatory and endocrine diseases.
The William Harvey was founded by the Nobel Laureate Sir John Vane in 1986 at the picturesque Charterhouse Square campus where we have state-of the art laboratories, a Genome Centre, Protein Analysis Unit and a Clinical Research Centre enabling us to translate observations at the bench into clinical study. Over the past 20 years the William Harvey has grown to number more than 196 researchers drawn from 44 nations and several of our principal investigators are among the 100-most cited pharmacologists in the world.
The Institute continues to deliver a wide range of highly successful and sought-after postgraduate programmes led by senior staff based in specialist academic centres. These programmes have been developed in response to the research and clinical activity being undertaken within the Institute and linked hospitals and wider demands for career development and training within the scientific and clinical sectors. Programmes are designed and lead by field-leading expert.
This EuroMasters MSc is a unique programme that offers you unparalleled freedom and opportunity in your studies. You’ll choose from two programme pathways – Physics and Astrophysics – and have a free choice of modules in your first year before going on to a year of research, working with leading physicists on pioneering projects.
There’s no better location to study politics and international relations than London - one of the world's great global capital cities and nerve-centre of the UK's government.
Analyse and make sense of our ever-changing world by studying power, identity and conflict, and the systems and organisations that govern society.
Our professional admission advisors are here to answer any admission queries.
Dr Zahan, a Global Health Professional, she obtained MSc Global Health, Law and Governance from Queen Mary University of London, UK, (2015-16). Her current role is Head of Ecosystem and Business Development of Digital Healthcare Solutions of Grameen Telecom Trust, Bangladesh. She provides strategic leadership for ecosystem activities to achieve partnership development with special focus to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) and Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) Bangladesh, Development partners, NGOs and relevant Private Sector Institutions that are critical for business.
Kyle studied Aerospace Engineering MSc in 2015. He has worked for NASA and Czinger Automotive (3D printed supercar) and other additive manufacturing startups. He is now the Engineering Manager at 3Diligent in Los Angeles.
Michael studied Management MSc in 2014. He has worked for Barclay, Featured Speaker, Antler and now is the Product Lead for Monese.