Geography Postgraduate Study Reception 2016
Thursday, 24 November 2016 from 16:00 to 18:00 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you thinking about postgraduate study in 2017-18? This informal event will provide information on everything you need to know about postgraduate study including the difference between taught and research masters, options for combining further study with work, how a postgraduate qualification can enhance your career prospects, and how you can finance your studies through a Postgraduate Loan and/or other sources of funding.
We’ll also introduce you to the diverse range of Geography and Environmental Science masters programmes available in the School of Geography at QMUL and give you a chance to speak to our academics, current students and alumni about the content of our courses, our field trips and how to apply for one of the many bursaries we offer. The event is open to anyone considering studying for a masters degree.
* New programmes for 2017-18
The School of Geography is launching two new masters programmes in September 2017: Global Health Geographies and Development and Global Health. Find out about these from the programme convenors during our event.
When & Where
School of Geography, Queen Mary University of London
The School of Geography at Queen Mary University of London is recognised internationally for its theoretically-informed, empirically-grounded and politically-engaged research. We are recognised as a leading department for geography and environmental science; ranking 5th in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014) for our research outputs and 11th overall.
The School prides itself on its teaching and has a particularly good record of working with students to achieve their highest potential. Undergraduate students choose from a flexible, challenging and interesting set of modules taught in a friendly atmosphere. A growing postgraduate cohort chooses from an attractive range of masters programmes that reflects the distinctive research strengths of the whole School, while PhD students are an integral part of the School's research culture.
School of Geography