Skip to main content
Queen Mary Academy
Male student in Whitechapel Library


The Queen Mary Academy supports excellence in teaching, learning and research across the University.

We collaborate with staff and students on strategic projects to deliver Queen Mary's 2030 Strategy. There are opportunities to get involved with these as an intern, helping to shape Queen Mary's educational approach and develop your own skillset.

We work closely with Queen Mary Students' Union (QMSU) Executive Officers on a range of projects. These include the Advisor Training Working Group, SEED Award panel and the Festival of Education Steering Group.

QMSU is also represented on the strategic projects established to deliver the 2030 Strategy.

Work with us

Each year there will be opportunities for Queen Mary students to join the Academy as interns, working on a range of projects.

In academic year 2021/22, we have interns working with us on the following projects: 

Vice-Principal (Education)’s Student Research Internships 

These educational research internships were established to capture the views of our diverse student population on their holistic student experience. This year’s interns are working on two projects:

  1. Understanding students' views of what constitutes Teaching Excellence

    This work aims to increase understanding of our diverse students' perceptions of Teaching Excellence at Queen Mary.

  2. Developing Student Confidence

    This work aims to capture the student voice on how best to develop student confidence whilst studying at Queen Mary. This work will inform the development of tailored support for our students to ensure that they can reach their full potential.

Strategic Project Internships

These internships have been established to bring the student perspective into the work of the Curriculum Enhancement project. Interns are attached to each of the three workstreams, working closely with workstream members.

Intern recruitment

Opportunities are advertised via QTemps and will be shared on this webpage.

Back to top