Queen Mary University of London is a global leading university, based in London, England. Its history goes back to 1785 to the foundation of England’s first medical school at the Royal London Hospital. Today, Queen Mary is a Russel Group university that operates across 5 campuses in London and Europe (Paris, Piraeus, Malta) and Asia (China and Singapore). It is the first institution ever that’s been awarded the Engage Watermark Gold Award for excellence in public engagement. The university offers its students an international experience. The school has a unique approach to admitting students onto its programmes. It provides opportunities to individuals who have the talent and potential regardless of their background. 4000 members of staff and over 25000 students are part of Queen Mary. Among those are foreign students (9% are from the EU and 35% are from non-EU overseas countries) from 162 nationalities. Because of its campuses abroad, students can undertake semesters and internships abroad. About 4000 of Queen Mary’s students are based offshore, mainly in China. Queen Mary offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses. It is the first Russel Group institution to offer Degree Apprenticeship programmes. Due to its international partnerships, graduates are ready for a global career upon graduation.
The professors for biomed and admin staff are very good, handle everything on time and deliver good quality teaching. The facilities are good too and it is the only campus based university in London so all your classes and accommodation are in the same place which is very convenient. Good social life and academics.View more
This is the university which offers diverse courses, and that offers partial scholarships on the basis of essay writing. From Law, Business and Engineering this university offers diverse courses and offers professors who are very knowledgeable and helpful. This university has the most international diversification from any university in the UK.View more
The Queen Mary University of London is one of the best universities in London which comes under the Russell group. They have excellent professors, Libraries, and facilities that a student should experience. They also have great campuses. The courses are amazing, have wide modules in it which give great insight into the course. I have experienced amazing Student life as they support students in every manner, whether it’s about their submissions or career opportunities. They keep on motivating students to participate in various activities or join different societies. So, one should definitely go for QMUL without thinking twice as it will give you great exposure and experience to study abroad.View more
While the first year was full of compulsory modules and slightly overwhelming, I have really enjoyed the last two years. They have allowed me to explore what I am genuinely interested in (specifically human rights) by offering such a wide range of modules. This is what I have enjoyed most out of the course. There was a long directory of modules to choose from in the last two years, all with different types of assignments (either entirely exam-based, entirely coursework or a mixture of the two). As I picked mostly human-rights based modules and such, I have realised that I want to work in this field too, and am also preparing to apply to a masters in this field within the next two years. However, some of the module assignments changed after registration in the third year, and this caused some problems in the last semester when students tried to change modules, as each module change is done manually in the Politics department. I know that some students, including myself, were unhappy with this experience when modules filled up too quickly.
Student support has been amazing. Lecturers and professors have been very helpful with assignment-support. The help has ranged from office hours to telephone calls and emails. In my second and third year, I have found this particularly helpful in pushing my grade higher as lecturers are always open to looking over essay and assignment plans and offering helpful advice. One small problem that I encountered with this in the third year was that marking criteria was inconsistent with some modules and lecturers. However, this was only limited to one or two modules, and overall, I was happy with my experience.
Career support is also very good. I only started using the resources available from the careers office this year, but it has been a good experience. Meetings are available every week and I have used them to get my cover letter checked as well as having a mock interview for an internship. This really helped me to prepare for possible questions as it was my first interview.
I would definitely recommend this course and university to a friend. I have enjoyed my time and know what I want to do in the future career-wise.View more
It’s the only campus university in London. So not only do I experience the city life but also campus life in a global city. Furthermore, the faculty is amazing and pretty helpful. They are always available to help the students out and easily approachable. So the students receive decent academic support.View more
Queen Mary not only gave me good ground understanding of computer science but also helped me find a work placement which I was able to undertake during my studies. I would recommend this university to anyone who wants to start their career in London and aims high.View more
On-Campus life was excellent with a lot of support from tutors and senior year students. The student’s accommodations are just at walking distance from the teaching sites and make it convenient for students and safe time and money.View more
The academics and co-curricular at QMUL have been great. The professors are extremely helpful and it’s been a pleasure throughout. I was appointed as a student adviser at the legal clinic and it was a very enriching experience for me .View more
The faculty is quite approachable and various teaching techniques are used. Extensive access to resources both academic and professional. Extremely pro-active careers team and well-connected professors.View more
It’s a Great university. It has given me a fabulous experience. It is diverse in culture and we interact with a lot of people everyday. The education experience at Queen Mary University is great and the instructors are very helpfulView more