Workshops & Retreats

Workshops & Retreats

Throughout the year we put on various workshops and events for students, so check back here regularly to see what we have planned.

 

   

 

Masters Dissertation Events

If you're a Masters student tackling your dissertation then our events could help you. To sign up you will simply need to follow the links for each event. 

Due to high demand we have added some additional dates to our Masters events!

Planning Your Dissertation    29th May 10am - 1pm 

To book click here.

In this 3-hour workshop we'll look at planning and organising both your dissertation itself and your time. We'll discuss goal-setting and time management, as well as exploring how your dissertation might be structured.

Additional event: 6th June 2pm - 5pm

To book click here.

Reading for Your Dissertation      10th June 10am - 4.30pm

To book click here.

This is an all-day event where we'll discuss how to read effectively for your dissertation. You'll also have a chance to put these tips to the test by doing some reading of your choice.

Writing Your Dissertation     17th June 10am - 4.30pm

To book click here.

If you need a time and space to get some writing done without any distractions this retreat will help. The majority of the day will be spent writing your dissertation, interspersed with time for group discussion and reflection on writing techniques, writing strategies etc.

Additional event: 16th July 10am - 4.30pm

To book click here.

Editing Your Dissertation      7th August 10am - 1pm

To book click here.

Editing is about more than checking your spelling! In this 3-hour workshop we'll look at common writing mistakes and discuss strategies for reviewing and re-working your work.

Additional event:  7th August 2pm - 5pm

To book click here.

 

Masters Dissertation Workshops    Various dates  1pm - 3pm

If you're feeling a little stuck wih your dissertation or need some advice, you can book onto one of our 2-hour workshops. These flexible group sessions will be detemined by what you want to know. The tutor will endeavour to answer your questions, provide helpful advice, point you in the direction of useful resources, and set activities to get you thinking and working. 

To check dates and to book click here.

 

If you have any questions about our Masters events email Heather Campbell or Jack Gain: learningdevelopment@qmul.ac.uk.

 

 

 

 

If you're a PhD student, this page will give you information on the help we provide all year round.