Student company Stage 3 win Award – Catch them at WriteIdea Festival in Whitechapel on 17 November 2018

Our Queen Mary student company Stage 3 won “Best Educational Event” at the Srebrenica Awards last night for their tour of interactive performances and discussions about the UK’s treatment of immigrants and refugees. People’s Palace Projects tweeted their thanks: A massive thankyou to @EngageQM, @BigLotteryFund, @QMULsed, #SafePassage and the Peace Development Fund who have supported […]

**Don’t Miss** SED Careers Evening – Thursday 22 November 2018

Listen, chat and network with recent QM SED graduates and discover what they are doing with their degrees. Our guests are doing  different things often beyond what you might expect… what will you do with your degree? Drinks & Snacks will be served.  Come along for an entertaining evening and discover opportunities in a range of possible careers… […]

#SEDdigest: Careers Events, Networking Opportunities and Jobs – November 2018

There’s so many events to choose from to help with your future career. Get stuck in and let us know if you enjoyed it with the hashtag #SEDdigest! Careers Events Careers in Literature (Royal Society of Literature) | Wednesday 14 November | King’s College | Free The event is FREE and open to Arts and […]

QMUL Student company Stage 3 at The WriteIdea Festival and on tour with their show about migration and citizenship

As part of the Write Idea Festival in Whitechapel, People’s Palace Projects (PPP) will be staging Stage 3 at the Idea Store Whitechapel, 321 Whitechapel Road, London, E1 1BU on the 17 November 2018 at 13:00. Performed by People’s Palace Projects’ new student theatre company at Queen Mary University of London, Stage 3 is a […]

2019 Year and Semester Abroad Opportunities with English and Drama

A year abroad can really open up new opportunities and give you valuable life experience to take into your future career.  According to the UK Universities International Report (March 2017): Graduates who were mobile during their degree were less likely to be unemployed (3.7% compared to 4.9%), and more likely to have earned a first […]

Len Lukowski, Deirdre Shanahan and Daniella Shokoohi win the Wasafiri New Writing Prize 2018

The 2018 Wasafiri New Writing Prize winners are announced with winners in the following categories: Fiction: ‘Plunder’ by Deirdre Shanahan; Poetry: ‘In the Garden Where the Gorgons Live’ by Daniella Shokoohi; Life Writing: ‘Diary of a Teenage Boy’ by Len Lukowski. Picture caption: Back row L-R: Prize judges Kerry Young, Susheila Nasta, and Elleke Boehmer […]

Serena Ceniccola MA Victorian Literature presents her paper at University of Freiburg

Serena Ceniccola (furthest right in picture above) – graduand with an MA in Victorian Literature from the School of English and Drama- successfully presented her paper “Nobody/Nowhere: the alienation of the Hybrid in Sui Ishida’s Tokyo Ghoul” at the two-day student conference “Exploring alterity in fantasy and science fiction” at the University of Freiburg, making […]

Head of Drama Caoimhe McAvinchey in conversation with Lucy Perman (former CEO at Clean Break) on 30 October 2018

Lucy Perman, former Chief Executive of Clean Break and Caoimhe McAvinchey, Head of Drama, Queen Mary University of London Lucy Perman MBE will be in conversation with Dr Caoimhe McAvinchey discussing her role leading Clean Break over two decades. Lucy was the Chief Executive of Clean Break from 1997 to 2018. In 2017 she won […]