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Teaching Excellence Framework Award (TEF)

Teaching at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has been awarded Silver in the new government framework aiming to measure the teaching quality of higher education providers.

What do the TEF Awards mean for you?

Open Days

Open Days are a great way to experience QMUL, with campus and accommodation tours, talks by faculty and staff, and the student services fair that provides all the information about QMUL's facilities

Courses and fees

Queen Mary University of London offer over 240 degree programmes including both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

Typical entry requirements are 380-280 ucas points or A*AA-BBC, but these vary between individual courses.

Faculties

There are three faculties at Queen Mary University of London, which contain different schools;

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
  • School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
  • School of Engineering and Materials Science
  • School of Mathematical Sciences
  • School of Physics and Astronomy
  • Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • School of Business and Management
  • School of English and Drama
  • School of Economics and Finance
  • School of Geography
  • School of History
  • School of Languages, Linguistics and Film
  • School of Law
  • School of Politics and International Relations
  • Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry

Tuition Fees

UK & EU students pay £9,000 a year for undergraduate study. For International students, fees vary by faculty, for more information please consult the university website.

Facilities

Location

Located in the heart of the East End, Queen Mary has the advantage of being close to the modern heart of London whilst having its own campus, giving students an alternative to traditional London living.

Library Services

Containing thousands of books, DVDs, CDs, and other materials, the main Library at QMUL has several facilities to help students during their academic career. Quiet study rooms, group areas, IT facilities and a cafe, with the bonus of being open 24/7 during exam and deadline periods. Medical and Dental students can also use the two medical libraries at the Whitechapel and Smithfield campuses.

IT

QMUL has an extensive computer network throughout campus, which is available to both students and faculty. There are also dedicated computer rooms in each department, available outside of teaching hours, as well as more relaxed 'internet cafe' style facilities. Specific departments will also have more specialised equipment and facilities.

Student Union

QMSU has plenty to offer students, who are all automatically enrolled upon beginning their studies. Mostly, the Union has recently renovated Drapers Bar, making it one of the best student entertainment venues in the country. The Union also coordinates over 190 clubs and societies, so you'll never be short of something to do.

Student Support

QMUL has a wide ranging support network for students. With dedicated welfare and wellbeing services, as well as dyslexia and other learning disability provisions. There is also a Nursery, for students with young children, as well as The Student Health Service, provided in conjunction with the NHS, that offers a wide range of health services to students on campus.

Accommodation

Queen Mary's main hall of residence, the Student Village, is located right on the Mile End campus. Ideal for those who are new to the capital, The Student Village has over 2,000 rooms, many of them en suite, and within walking distance of the library and all your lectures. There are also smaller halls at the Whitechapel and Charterhouse Square campuses, for medical and dental students.