Development & Alumni Relations Office 


23 February 2018

Graduates are being invited to Queen’s University’s latest Meet the Faculty Showcase to hear from world-leading researchers, to discover the latest postgraduate research opportunities, to find out about funding and to learn about The Graduate School’s tailored development programmes.

The all-day event on Monday 26 February – which is split along Faculty lines into three 1½ hour sessions – is aimed especially at anyone considering postgraduate research as a means to fast-tracking their career.

The Showcase offers an important chance to discover and discuss ground-breaking research opportunities at Queen’s with the experts and to explore the full range of funding options on offer to help finance future study. And there will be information on the university’s research collaborations locally and around the world in Dubai, China and Malaysia.

Also taking part in the event will be a number of current PhD students, early career researchers and supervisors, who will showcase the cutting-edge research they are currently undertaking.

Three faculty-specific sessions have been arranged on Monday 26 February to suit particular research interests:

  • Session 1: 8.30 – 10.00am Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
  • Session 2: 12.30 – 2.00pm Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Session 3: 5.30 – 7.00pm Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences


Attendees will be welcomed by Faculty Deans, hear from senior academics who are leading world-class research projects (including a number who have turned their research into profitable spin out companies), and speak directly with current Postgraduate Research students about their projects and student experience.

There will also be a chance to participate in plenary and break-out sessions, and to network informally with recruitment staff and those involved in wide range of subject areas.        

To find out more visit the Meet the Faculty Showcase web page; to book a place click on the respective Medicine, Arts or Engineering links.

General inquiries to Gerry Power, Communications Officer, Development and Alumni Relations Office; telephone: +44 (0)28 9097 5321.

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