The MA in Theatre and Performance is an innovative programme that is committed to socially-engaged and critically inventive exploration into theatre and performance.
This programme will develop your knowledge, skills and ability to think critically about working in mental health and mental health research, imparting the professional values and attitude necessary in health and social care, through a prism of culture, ethnicity and their impact on mental health.
The International and Commercial Dispute Resolution Law LLM is intended for anyone wishing to demonstrate a commitment to contentious law in international and commercial legal contexts.
A global Executive MBA for today’s global economy, our EMBA program is designed for working professionals and offers scheduling, duration, location, and financing flexibility to cater to your individual needs.
The Master of Research (MRes) in Finance offered by the School of Economics and Finance (SEF) is a research-oriented postgraduate programme for students who already hold an MSc in finance or a related field and who may wish to progress to doctoral study at Queen Mary.
The Media and Development MA is an interdisciplinary course that teaches main theories, concepts, case studies and practical media skills around the theme of media and development and its implications for less developed countries.
This programme will develop your knowledge, skills and ability to think critically about working in mental health and mental health research, imparting the professional values and attitude necessary in health and social care, through a prism of culture, ethnicity and their impact on mental health
The MSc Business Finance specialises in the theory and practice of business finance, one of the most popular sectors in financial services.
We are offering a new version of our very successful and popular MA in Journalism.
This course enables you to study “cutting edge” molecular methods employed for the understanding of molecular mechanisms of diseases and for their diagnosis and treatment.
This programme develops your knowledge, skills and ability to think critically about working in mental health and mental health research, imparting the professional values and attitudes necessary in health and social care, while also covering a variety of psychological therapy approaches.
This course offers interesting and challenging modules and options. It will suit graduates intending to work in HR, as well as those already working in the field and wanting to advance their careers.
Our MSc in Computer Science by Research involves an extended (one-year) individual research project carried out as part of one of our established research groups, combined with selected taught modules.
The question of security now dominates contemporary international politics. Issues such as the ‘War on Terror’, pre-emptive self-defence and humanitarian intervention constitute seminal international concerns that have implications for all states and all peoples.
The MRes Geography is a pre-doctoral training programme version of the MA/MSc Geography. Alongside the opportunity to specialise in a chosen area of human geography, it is concerned with developing social science research skills and methods appropriate for further study in this field.
The MRes Cities and Cultures is a pre-doctoral training programme version of the MA Cities and Cultures. Alongside the focus on the cultural geographies of cities, it develops social science research skills and methods appropriate for further study in this field.
This course will equip you with the knowledge and skills for this expanding profession. The course provides a coherent approach to the subject, combining structured academic study with design projects, allowing you to develop practical skills, a theoretical understanding to urban development.
This course addresses the need to propel information gathering and data organisation, and exploit potential information and knowledge hidden in routinely collected data to improve decision making.
You will have the opportunity to develop further research and technical skills and to be able to demonstrate a level of independence that is greater than developed on a purely taught programme.
This is the third and final adjunct of architectural education is designed to take place during the second period of mandatory practical training after the completion of the Part 2. The course can be completed in 12-24 months. Graduates of the course can apply for Chartered membership of the RIBA.