Our academic schools hold a range of taster events, student panels and alumni discussions throughout the year to give you a taste of the subjects we teach.
Humanities and Social Sciences
Business on-demand taster sessions
Business on-demand taster sessions
If you're interested in studying subjects related to Business and Management at university, why not take a look at our taster sessions? We have a number of taster sessions on-demand run by the School of Business and Management, available for you to watch in your free time.
Taster sessions are a great way for you to discover subjects which interest you and give a taste of what a lecture would be like. Below are on-demand sessions available:
- Marketing taster lecture is run by Dr Stephan Dickert, and he talks about consumer behaviour.
- Entrepreneurship taster lecture is run by Dr Joanna Zhang, and she gives you an overview of the origins of entrepreneurship.
- Accounting taster lecture is run by Dr Didem Gundogdu, and she lectures of the year-end accounts within accounting.
Economics and Finance Taster Day
Tuesday 28 June 2022, 9.30am - 3pm (BST)
Our in person Economics and Finance Taster Day will take place on Tuesday 28 June 2022 at the Graduate Centre. This interactive Taster Day event will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn more about what studying economics and finance could entail, as well as provide the opportunity to gain insights from current students about their experiences studying at university.
The event will include:
- Taster sessions for economics and finance
- Interactive activities
- Information on careers and employability
- Current student Q&A
- Campus tours
The event will take place in person in the Graduate Centre (home to the School of Economics and Finance) at the Mile End campus and booking is required.
The School of History Taster Events
Tuesday 28 June 2022, 9.30am - 4pm (BMT)
Wednesday 29 June 2022, 9.30am - 4pm (BMT)
Thursday 30 June 2022, 9.30am - 4pm (BMT)
If you are thinking of applying to university, Taster Days are a great opportunity to experience a day as a university student, learn more about the courses we offer, explore our Mile End campus, and get advice on preparing your UCAS application. Experience History at Queen Mary. This year we are pleased to host three taster events for the School of History. Programme information will be updated in the next few weeks.
Rediscover: Race – A study day in English, Drama & Creative Writing
Rediscover: Race – A study day for year 12-13 in English, Drama and Creative Writing - Online
Wednesday 20 July 2022, 2-5pm (BST)
A study day to help bring ideas around race as tools to discover English literature, drama and creative writing in fresh ways.
Please register every individual attendee through the form or email us for group bookings.
Rise Up: Women in Business and Finance
Thursday 7 July, 10am - 2.30pm (BST)
Here at Queen Mary University of London, we're looking to ensure everyone feels supported and confident to take their next steps towards university study. That's why we're hosting our Rise Up: Women in Business and Finance event taking place on Thursday 7 July between 10am-2:30pm to showcase why we think more females should feel empowered to rise up in these fields. Our Rise Up event has been designed to show those who identify as female the unique and exciting opportunities a degree can offer with a particular focus on business or finance related subjects (i.e. economics, accounting, finance, business management etc).
Female-identifying students in Years 9-12, who are interested in studying a business or finance related subject (economics, accounting, finance, business management etc).
Science and Engineering
Subject Insight Series
A series of short online courses from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences helping you find which subject is the perfect fit for you!
Contact our schools
Our Schools and Institutes webpage contains a list of all of our academic school websites, where you can find specific contact information.