Each year there will be opportunities for Queen Mary students to join the Academy's Learner Interns Programme (LIP).
Ten Queen Mary students have been recruited to work on the 22-23 internship programme, working on a range of projects aligned to strategic priorities including assessment and feedback, student voice, employability and use of innovative and immersive technology. Project updates and final reports will appear on this webpage.
These educational research internships were established to capture the views of our diverse student population on their holistic student experience. In 2021/22 interns worked on two projects:
Follow the link to read about the Reflections from the 2022 VP Student Research Interns.
As part of the Going for Gold initiative, student research interns undertook projects on student retention, BAME attainment gap and commuting students. The final reports are available to download.
Exploring the factors that impact student retention rates 2019 [PDF 652KB]
BAME Attainment Gap Report 2019 [PDF 1,105KB]
Commuter Students Research Report 2019 [PDF 791KB]
Opportunities are advertised via QTemps and will be shared on this webpage.