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Not quite sure what to do after you completed your studies?

The DreamLab Programme will help you explore, identify and pursue your own personal dream for your future.

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What is DreamLab?

The DreamLab Programme is a group-based psychological-educational course that has been specifically developed to help young people develop concrete and positive plans for their future. The programme has been designed and developed by a group of psychologists led by Prof Michael Pluess from Queen Mary University of London, UK. The DreamLab Programme helps young people identify and develop a personal “Good Dream” based on their individual passionsskills and the needs they perceive around them or in their society, before identifying and actively pursuing specific steps to realise that dream.

The programme builds on established psychological concepts and empirical research. It will be a mix of teaching, guided small group activities and engaging exercises. Topics such as Why are dreams important?What is a “good dream”?How do I identify my own dream?, and How do I pursue my dream? will be covered.

Who can take part? And how?

The DreamLab Programme is open to QMUL final year students. It is free to attend, although students will need to commit to attending all of the 4 sessions. There will be 3-hour weekly sessions over 4 consecutive weeks during term-time. The sessions will take place on Wednesdays 2-5pm on 11, 18, 25 November and 2 December.

If you would like to receive more details on the next course, please email m.pluess@qmul.ac.uk.