Daniel Rees Alexander Halford, 2nd year LLB student (left in image below) When I started studying Law at QMUL last year, I had been ‘out of the game’ for quite a while. I spent time abroad after graduating from my previous degree before working a year in Greggs in my sleepy Welsh commuter town. I … More Student story: Entering the legal world through the Legal Advice Centre
I am Gaspare Chirillo and I have recently graduated from Queen Mary. I have completed a Law degree with a first class and, also, I have been a recipient of the Principal’s Prize for outstanding academic achievements. In addition, during my third year, I have been awarded the Draper’s Scholarship by the Law School; thanks … More Graduate story: Gaspare Chirillo, Law
Catherine Bailey, 2nd year LLB student Over the past 5 months, QProjects has teamed up with Hackney Volunteer Centre to offer Queen Mary students a unique chance to undertake a 3 month placement at a small but growing Hackney-based charity. The organisations were selected due to their need for a student to come and aid … More The QHackney project – a unique volunteering experience!
LLB student Megan Domas is in her third year at QMUL. Last year she was a Student Adviser in the Legal Advice Centre, and below she tells us how gaining work experience has helped her prepare for her future career. As a student, it is very easy to get caught in the bubble of university … More Student story: How work experience has helped me prepare for the working world
Billie Robinson, 2nd year English and Linguistics student While at uni, most of us have a break of around 3 months over summer (some have even longer), and every year I find myself asking the same question – what shall I do this summer? While many use their break as an opportunity to work, others … More Student blog: How to Occupy Your Summer Holidays
As a graduate, I was quite anxious to contact the Careers & Enterprise Centre as I no longer study at QMUL. When I called to schedule an appointment, I gave a brief reason for why I wanted one and was given a session to suit my availability. As an SBCS (School of Biological and Chemical Sciences) … More Graduate blog: My Careers appointment
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