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QMU Alumni Drinks, Oslo
Thursday 16th February 2017, 5pm-7pm
34 Sky Bar, Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo
Sonja Henies Plass 3
Box 9206
N-0134

QMU alumni in Norway are invited to the 34 Sky Bar at the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo, for an informal post work drinks event on Thursday 16th February 2017 at 5pm where you will have the opportunity to meet fellow QMU graduates and staff. The event will be hosted by Greig Lawson, International Officer, who is in Oslo to engage with prospective students.

The evening is a really informal opportunity for you to re-engage with your university and find out all the latest news from QMU.

We very much hope you will be able to join us on Thursday 16th February. Get in touch with us at [email protected] if you would like to attend. We look forward to seeing you there.

Graduation 2015 Edinburgh 20/08/2015

Sharing joy with Norwegian graduates

SantanderW50 | UCLA Anderson School of Management 17/02/2015

SantanderW50 | UCLA Anderson School of Management

Invitation to apply to Banco Santander W50 Program – Preparing our Women Board Members of Tomorrow

We are delighted to let you know that through our relationship with Santander Universities, you have the fantastic opportunity of attending the Banco Santander W50 Program which is taking place at the UCLA campus on 14-19 June 2015.

The Banco Santander W50 Program has been designed to equip the next generation of global women leaders and is for young business women (aged 35-40).

The six-day program includes key topics such as strategic leadership, organisational savvy and key accounting considerations to name a few.

So, if you believe you have the potential required to sit on a board in the future, please apply at:
http://www.anderson.ucla.edu/santanderw50

The closing date for applications is 5pm on 31 March 2015.

SantanderW50 | UCLA Anderson School of Management Women are at the center of a profound paradigm shift in the workplace as globalization, the economic crisis and talent demand converge to create new and powerful bias (varying by country and region), there are many changes on the horizon that will change permanently women's experiences at work

Study Across the Pond in Norway 30/10/2014

Study Across the Pond in Norway

Greig Lawson, International Officer, will be representing Queen Margaret University at the Destination Britain event in Oslo on 7th and 8th November. The event is being run by our partner recruitment agent, Across the Pond Norway.

Event Details:

7th November from 12 midday to 7pm
8th November from 10am – 6pm

Venue - Felix Konferansesenter, Bryggetorget 3, 0250 Oslo (Aker Brygge)

Greig will be available to meet with students and answer any questions about the University, our courses and studying in Edinburgh!

Details of the fair can be found here:
http://no.studyacrossthepond.com/

"If you would like to come along to the fair, meet with me and talk to the prospective students of 2015, I’d be delighted to host you. My email address is [email protected] should you want to make contact ahead of the event!"
Greig Lawson

Study Across the Pond in Norway Studér i utlandet ved noen av de beste universitetene og skolene i London, Skottland og Wales og motta gratis hjelp og veiledning

Graduate jobs in Canada 10/10/2014

Graduate jobs in Canada

Dear all

We are very excited to announce that GradLink Canada is now live.

Go to: www.gradlinkCANADA.com

GradLink Canada is a specialist careers website designed for Canadian students and graduates across the UK (although it can be used by any students interested in working in Canada). It includes jobs, links with graduate employers in Canada, in-depth advice sections, and the latest news and events relating to the graduate labour markets in Canada. The website also includes the Go-Resume! Service where students can build and submit their resume to the employers on GradLink.

GradLink Canada is completely open access for use by all, and we are really keen to welcome Canadian students and graduates across the UK to use the site.

GradLink Canada follows the very successful GradLink sites for China, India, Africa and Malaysia.

As I say, we would really welcome students and graduates from across the UK to use GradLink Canada. Indeed, all the GradLink websites have been designed to be used by all.

Graduate jobs in Canada

29/08/2013

****A few remaining places for UK and EU students (part-time or full time) on IIHD Masters programmes starting this September.****
Are you interested in global issues of health and development? We have a few remaining places for UK or EU students (part-time or full time) on our Masters programmes starting this September. SAAS loans available

IIHD is one of the longest established centres in the UK working on the social determinants of health. Our programmes focus on low and middle income countries and the social determinants of health including gender, inequality, poverty, conflict. Topics include sexual and reproductive health, health systems, social justice and human resources for health.
Interested? Find out more from Kyoko Jardine at [email protected]. But be quick: Induction commences 10th of Sept, teaching 17th of Sept.

13/03/2013

Come and find out what’s new and exciting at QMU this summer

All QMU’s Norwegian alumni are invited to attend Connect 2013, a graduate reunion with a difference on Saturday, June 8, 2013.

This exciting event will offer you the opportunity to renew old friendships, make new friends and find out more about ground-breaking research currently being conducted at the University. If you haven’t already visited our new purpose-built facilities just outside Edinburgh, why not come and see them for yourself.

The event will be a fun day with a demonstration by Neil Forbes, Chef director of Café St. Honoré, and Scottish Chef of the Year (Scottish Restaurant Awards 2011), involving some delicious ideas on how to make the most of Scotland’s larder of great natural produce. Tutor-led wine tastings will provide a relaxed back-drop for some serious networking in the afternoon.

Richard Bouglet, director of leading wine merchants, L’Art du Vin, will present two wine tasting sessions: “Do you know your classics ?” (including a fun wine quiz) and “Wines of the season” – including top tips on which wines best complement seasonal foods. Both wine tastings will include cheese tastings with artisan cheese-maker and QMU graduate Jane Stewart of St. Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company. Numbers for the wine tastings are limited to 30 people per session, so make your group booking as soon as possible !

In the morning, visitors will be able to gain an insight to the innovative and highly-relevant research being carried out at the University in a series of short interactive presentations. They will learn about the pioneering work of QMU’s Clinical Audiology, Speech and Language Research Centre (CASL). Using ultrasound, they will discover different ways of producing speech sounds and how the tongue can be used to make new sounds. Why not come and find out the different ways in which individuals make the distinctive famous Scottish “r” sound !

The CASL team will also showcase EPG, a speech therapy tool which has been developed over a number of years at QMU, and is improving people’s lives. The demonstration will show how EPG is being used in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of individuals with speech difficulties, previously unresponsive to conventional therapy.

Visitors to Connect 2013 will also learn about QMU researchers’ work in discovering that honey produced in Portobello – just a short distance from our Musselburgh campus - is as effective as the world-famous Manuka honey from New Zealand in killing some strains of bacteria which cause wound infections. They will also learn about research into the previously little-known health-giving potential of sea buckthorn, an East Lothian super fruit which grows wild in Scotland. Researchers at QMU have discovered that sea buckthorn, which produces yellow flower in spring and distinctive orange berries in the autumn, could assist with cardiovascular and gastro-intestinal disorders and in healing psoriasis.

The presentations will also include a preview of a 25-minute show reel by Walid Salhab, an award-winning filmmaker and lecturer in Media Practice, whose time lapse/stop motion film of Edinburgh in winter, “Kinetic Edinburgh II” is on course to reach three million hits! As a prolific maker of short films, Walid’s work is set to dazzle you.

We can assist you in arranging get-togethers, including assisting with room bookings for the day, overnight stays on campus and group bookings. Graduates, mums, dads, big sisters, children, friends are all welcome (but please book in advance). Contact us at E: [email protected]

Why not make your visit to Scotland a little longer and stay in the student residences on campus. You will be able to make the most of events going on in the capital. Trains from the station adjacent to the new campus take around seven minutes direct to Edinburgh Waverly, where you can board a dedicated bus to Edinburgh Airport opposite the station.

Why not visit Edinburgh Castle, the National Museum of Scotland – now one of the UK’s top 10 tourist attractions – the famous Botanic Gardens, or even Edinburgh Zoo. Culture buffs will be able to see Rodin’s The Kiss, at the National Gallery, or visit the Traverse Theatre and see, “Calum’s Road”, based on the true story of Calum MacLeod, who after years of battling against the inaction of the authorities on Raasay decided to build a road himself.

13/03/2013

Hello everyone
Please see details of QMU’s up and coming alumni reunion. Please pop the date in your diary. We really do hope you can come along and join in the fun. Please can you pass on the information below to your QMU alumni friends on Facebook and via your own email networks. We are counting on graduates and friends helping us to circulate the Connect 2013 through their own circle of QMU graduate friends. We don’t want anyone to miss out on what promises to be a great event. However, as with any reunion - the more the merrier!
I hope to hear from you all soon. Please note, places for the tutor-led wine tastings are limited, so if you want a place on either session, it’s best to book ASAP.
Kind regards
Lynne

Connect 2013 – the QMU alumni reunion (8th June)
Tutor-led wine tastings, artisan cheeses, chef demonstrations and cream teas are just some of the offerings at QMU’s alumni reunion.
Come and join us for Connect 2013 – our first major alumni reunion.
Saturday 8th June 2013 is your chance to meet up with old friends, make new ones, find out about what’s happening at QMU and have some fun.
Whether you graduated within the last 5 years or 50 years ago, this event is for everyone who has graduated from QMU and its predecessor institutions. You can even bring your friends and family!
It’s going to be a great day out, so take a look at what’s in store and make sure all your QMU contacts know it’s going to be taking place. It’s a great line-up of fun-filled events so we don’t want anyone to miss out.
So what’s on offer?
CHEF DEMO
Neil Forbes, chef director of Café St Honoré and Scottish Chef of the Year (Scottish Restaurant Awards 2011) will be showing us how to make the most of local, seasonal produce.
WINE TASTING
Richard Bouglet from l’Art du Vin, will be leading two tutor-led wine tasting sessions followed by some artisan cheese tastings from Jane Stewart, QMU alumni and owner of St Andrews Farmhouse Cheese Company. Places are limited for Richard’s wine-tastings – ‘Do you know your classics?’ and ‘Wines of the Season’. There are only 30 places in each of his two sessions so book now to avoid disappointment E: [email protected] (put ‘Connect Wine Tasting’ in the subject box when enquiring about your wine session booking).
QMU INTERACTIVE DEMONSTRATIONS
Find out what QMU is great at these days with our fascinating, interactive demonstrations.
Some of our academics and research staff will be showcasing their projects. Find out why QMU’s is buzzing about Portobello honey! Dr Mary Warnock asks if you’re getting enough? – antioxidants, that is! We’re just crazy about the health benefits of East Lothian’s superfruit, Seabuckthorn so we want to share news about our nutritional trials in that area. Our business experts get juicy with microwave technology – yes, our collaborative work with microwave pioneers AMT is set to revolutionise the food processing industry. If the programme, so far, hasn’t set your taste buds tingling, Professor Isobel Davidson might shed light on whether you’re a supertaster or a non-taster – you might get a surprise which one you are.
We all know that good communications is often the key to success. Dr Wood will be doing some ‘sweet talking’ when she showcases some tongue tricks with EPG speech technology. Our other researchers will be getting ‘tongue tied with ultrasound technology’ when they show you what the tongue is doing inside your mouth during speech.
It doesn’t stop there. Our film work is sweeping the boards on the international film festival circuit so we’ll be showing off some of our short films and trailers and telling you about our work in dialogue with local young people. Phew – we have so much to tell you, but come and see for yourself.
QMU SCONES, BRUNCH AND CREAM TEAS
No visit to the University would be complete without partaking in a wee QMU scone. We’ll have plenty to share at the morning coffee reception. A delicious brunch will follow and you can catch up with old friends (and new ones, hopefully) while indulging in a cream tea during the afternoon.
CAMPUS TOURS
If you haven’t had the chance to visit the campus before, we’d be delighted to show you around our impressive modern facilities.
BOOKING AND SHARING THE NEWS
If that sounds like a plan, then please put the word out through your graduate networks, book your place at Connect 2013, pop the date in your diary and start making plans for your visit to QMU. You can even book a room in halls (a change from the old days of Guthrie and Stevenson halls – the rooms are all en-suites so no queuing for the showers!)
So – NOTE TO SELF – book place at QMU’s Connect 2013, Saturday 8th June, E: [email protected] (9.15am registration)
PS: We can assist you in arranging get-togethers, including assisting with room bookings for the day, overnight stays on campus and group bookings.
Graduates, mums, dads, big sisters, kids, friends - all welcome (but please book in advance).
To book or find out more, contact us at E: [email protected].
Ticket price to be revealed shortly.
THE CONNECT PROGRAMME
9.15am – 9.30am: Registration
9.15am – 10.10am: Coffee, QMU scones and welcome
10.15am: Showcase sessions:
‘Are you are supertaster?’
‘Get tongue tied with ultrasound technology’
‘Why QMU’s buzzing about honey!’ and ‘Are you getting enough? Getting fruity with antioxidants! Dr Mary Warnock introduces us to Seabuckthorn, the East Lothian superfruit.’
10.50am – 11.45pm: Brunch followed by short talk by Deputy Principal, Professor Alan Gilloran
11.55pm – 12.30pm: Showcase sessions:
‘Sweet talking’: Dr Sara Wood demonstrates tricks of the tongue with EPG speech technology.
‘Getting juicy with microwave technology: Revolutionising the food industry and supporting Scotland’s food and drink SMEs’
Film screening and Alcolols: ‘Kinetic Edinburgh, greedy bankers and teenage drinking’
12.45pm – 1.30pm: Chef demonstration: Neil Forbes shows us how to make the best of local, seasonal produce.
1.45 – 5pm: Cream teas, catch up with friends, network and relax.
2pm – 3.15pm: Tutor-led wine tasting: (30 MAX: BOOKING ESSENTIAL)
Richard Bouglet from l’Art du Vin asks us ‘Do you know your classics?’ followed by cheese from Jane Stewart, St Andrews Farm Cheeses
3.30pm – 4.45pm: Tutor-led wine tasting: (30 MAX: BOOKING ESSENTIAL)
Richard Bouglet from l’Art du Vin introduces us to ‘Wines of the season’ followed by Jane Stewart, St Andrews Farm Cheeses
5pm: Depart

Kinetic Edinburgh II 20/12/2012

Kinetic Edinburgh II

Are you missing Edinburgh? Take a look at this stunning short video of Edinburgh in winter produced by Walid Salhab, Lecturer in Media Practice, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
https://vimeo.com/55841951

Kinetic Edinburgh II Short video of Edinburgh in winter produced by Walid Salhab, Lecturer in Media Practice, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Following the international interest…

Timeline photos 16/11/2012

Did you know that today is Queen Margaret Saint’s Day (16 November 2012)
Queen Margaret University takes its name from Margaret, Queen Consort of King Malcolm Canmore of Scotland, who lived in the 11th century. One of the best known and loved women from Scottish history, Queen Margaret was renowned for her charity, education and piety in her lifetime, and as a result, was canonised as a saint in 1250.
The name Queen Margaret was incorporated into this institution's title in 1972 because she was seen to personify our key values of serving the community, enhancing the quality of life, and taking practical action. These values still hold true today at Queen Margaret with our refreshed vision which centres on the theme of ‘relevance’.
Margaret was known to be a fine scholar with a formidable intellectual capacity, who often debated the affairs of state with the King's noble and clerical advisers. As a deeply religious woman, Queen Margaret was concerned with works of mercy and giving and particularly with the care of the poor. She was known to bathe the feet of beggars; provide practical care for destitute children; and distribute food, clothing and medicine to hungry and poor subjects.
It was in recognition for her work in bringing the church in Scotland into the community of the wider church throughout Europe that she was canonised by Pope Innocent IV.
Like Margaret Canmore, Queen Margaret University seeks to influence, educate and inspire. Just as the Queen’s efforts positively impacted on the Scottish people, Queen Margaret University is working to help Scotland succeed in the 21st century knowledge economy by teaching people to heal, to question, to share knowledge, to perform, to nurture and to manage. Drawing on inspiration from Margaret Canmore and our female founders, we equip our students to contribute in practical ways to improving the quality of human life and serving the community.
To find out more about Queen Margaret University’s history visit: http://www.qmu.ac.uk/the_university/history.htm

Kinetic Edinburgh 05/09/2012

Kinetic Edinburgh

Want to be reminded of Edinburgh’s beauty? Click this link and you will have a view of the new campus as well.
It’s worth it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrpLH0eottc


Short video of Edinburgh produced by Walid Salhab, Lecturer in Media Practice, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.
This time-lapse video is part of Walid Salhab’s ongoing video production research. It is made up of thousands of individual images - mostly stop-motion combined with a little time-lapse photography.

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Kinetic Edinburgh Short video of Edinburgh produced by Walid Salhab, Lecturer in Media Practice, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. This time-lapse video is part of Walid S...

22/06/2011

Queen Margaret University : QMU : alumni relations

Dear Alumni and Friends of Queen Margaret University
The new edition of QM News is available online now at :
http://www.qmu.ac.uk/alumni_and_friends/qm_news.htm
Should you need to update your details, you can do so by signing up to the QMU NetCommunity at
www.qmuac.uk/alumni_and_friends/online_community.htm or at [email protected]

We hope you enjoy our latest issue.

Kind regards
Development and Alumni Office

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