Queens’ University Belfast Graduate Student Panel - 09 November 2020

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Queens’ University Belfast Graduate Student Panel

09 November 2020

We are pleased to announce that Queen’s University Belfast, a Russell Group university in Northern Ireland, is hosting a Student Panel on Thursday, 19 November, where applicants will hear directly from students about their experience studying at a top 200 world university.

At 12 noon EST on Thursday, November 19th, join Queen’s Graduate students for a webinar panel to hear directly from them about their experience studying at Queen’s University Belfast.

During the webinar, students will discuss:

  • Why they chose Queen’s over a North American university for their 1 year Masters program
  • Their experience of the application process
  • The additional support of The Graduate School and tailored development program
  • What it is like to be a North American Student in Belfast
  • The benefits of studying at Queen’s and the affordable student life available
  • The support services on offer
  • How they are funding their studies
  • Tips for students thinking of taking their Masters program in the UK/Ireland
  • How they plan to use their graduate studies from Queen’s to achieve their education and career goals

There will be an opportunity to post questions to the panel during the session.

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