Many students are now thinking about master’s degrees or further courses of study. Here are some things to consider before making your decision. … More Is now the right time for a master’s?
We asked mentee Zayneb and her professional mentor Laveena to talk about their partnership and how they have benefited from it. … More Our QMentoring Partnership
There are many reasons you might choose to do a master’s degree, such as to enter a particular profession, change career direction or simply develop a personal interest. … More Is a Master’s Degree the Right Next Step For You?
A good personal statement can make the difference between getting a place on a masters course and being rejected, so it’s worth putting time and effort in to writing it. Here are some tips to help you master your masters application. Structure Give your statement a structure with an introduction, a main body and a … More Perfecting your Personal Statement for a Masters Course
Congratulations at being awarded a place on your Masters programme! Well done & welcome to postgrad life at QMUL. Have you chosen your modules yet? It may seem weird, but as you head off to those first lectures & tutorials that will ultimately lead to your postgraduate degree, we want to challenge you to also be … More Welcome to life as a postgrad
My name is Natasha and I am currently undertaking MA History – Medieval and Renaissance pathway at QMUL; I also took my BA in Medieval History at QMUL. Additionally, I work part-time for Careers & Enterprise as an Employer Engagement Assistant. Below are my thoughts on working and studying part-time. Balancing work & studies After … More Master’s: Balancing work and studies
Emily Hogg, Application Adviser Read the university’s requirements: unlike UCAS applications for undergraduate degrees, there is not a centralised system or universal application procedure for Masters courses. Instead each university has its own requirements, and these might be slightly different. Some courses will ask you to answer specific questions; others might specify a word limit. … More Personal statements for Masters degrees – Top Tips
When choosing whether to peruse a masters or not, we recommend that as well as attending an open day at the university, that you also speak to people who have done postgraduate study to find out what the reality is. Finding out as much as you can from a range of people will help you … More What it is like studying for a masters
If you are interested in doing a Masters with a focus on European affairs you could receive a scholarship from the College of Europe. The College of Europe is a not-for-profit Higher Education Institution, set up in 1949; Nick Clegg is one of the alum, so is the Head of Chanel in Moscow. It fully-funds … More Scholarships and Prizes for Postgraduate Study
Then take a look at the new Prospects postgraduate emagazine. It is full of advice related to postgraduate study, from deciding if it is the right choice for you, to picking a course and reading about the experiences of other students. In this edition, for example, you can read about the life of a PhD student, … More Interested in Postgraduate study?