Bringing academic study to life through innovative teaching methods
At Queen Mary University of London staff are taking learning beyond the classroom and enhancing the student experience. For example:
• Undergraduate medical students are working shifts with the London Air Ambulance Service, shadowing some of the UK’s leading paramedics and trauma doctors.
• A final-year option for undergraduate history students allows them to contribute research to the creation of new galleries at the Imperial War Museum.
• As part of the public law module, undergraduate law students joined academics, MPs and democracy campaigners in presenting evidence to the body scrutinising plans for a major reform of the House of Lords.