Queen’s University Belfast Graduate Studies Webinar
18 February 2021
Queen’s University Belfast is a world-leading institution for the exploration of these issues, assembling one of the largest and most diverse group of scholars in the UK covering almost all areas of conflict, human rights, politics and international relations. Queen’s was ranked joint 1st in the UK for Research Intensity for Politics in the last UK Research Excellence Framework (REF2014).
QUB’s location in Northern Ireland (a post-conflict society) provides a unique base and range of perspectives from which to explore peacebuilding and the resolution of conflict.
Queen’s offers students the opportunity to study in a vibrant academic community, within the UK equivalent of an Ivy League college (the Russell Group). Their Masters programmes are one year in duration, helping to reduce the cost of tuition and make studying abroad an affordable option for international students from around the world.
This event will introduce leading members of the academic team, flagship research themes and approaches to teaching in the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics.
The webinar will cover:
- Interdisciplinary teaching and research
- The graduate student experience
- Belfast as a location for the study of peace & conflict
- Opportunities beyond the classroom – internships, field research and more!
To find out more about Queen’s University Belfast, visit their profile page here. To find out more about Graduate studies in the UK, or to learn more about opportunities to study Conflict, Security, and International Studies, email your Consultant or enquire here.