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Scape Mile End offers modern self-contained studios
Buzzing location, on-site gym, kitted out common rooms
Only a 2-minute walk to QMUL
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Applying to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)
- Entry Requirements
208-223 UCAS Points
Average range for Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) entry requirements. Varies depending on the course.
- TEF Rating
More details of our TEF outcome can be found on the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) website.
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Next open day will be 2021
- TEACHING NOTES:
- From September to January, they will be offering an inclusive blended learning approach.
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) Reputation
Queen Mary University of London is located in East London, Mile End. The reputation for teaching has been recognised with a Silver rating in the Teaching Excellence Framework. 20,560 students are enrolled at Queen Mary University of London:
- 13,625 of these students come from the UK
- 1,880 come from other EU countries
- And 5,055 are students from non-EU countries.
(Source: HESA 2018/19)
The graduate outcomes for Queen Mary University of London show that six months after leaving university, 93% of graduates are in work or further study. The average graduate salary six months after leaving Queen Mary University of London, is £24,000 a year.
(Source: DLHE Survey 2016)
Updated: 7th September 2020
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The university is only good if you are a white/eu resident. Otherwise, there is a culture of structural discrimination enhanced by the deans themselves and they will do anything to do not bring it out in public. Any query raised will be silenced (e.g. professor John Stark won’t even return my emails Lol) because they are too afraid to lose international students revenue. If you’re an international - you are paying more but in return receive less from university comparing to your eu/white peers. 1/ Career advise - university prefers home students (internship opportunities are served to people who don’t need visa first, so you are looked at as waste of time from the beginning) 2/ Concealing services - you won’t get equal advice and support as your white/eu peers. You are a cash cow to university, if you have any issue - forget about any help. University’s best interest is for you to pay Your fees and drop out. The list is countless but the website has a character limit ..
I must say about the university staff Dr.Vaneesa Murrihead , who is a Dental Public Health course head,was not at all very helpful towards students , who was not good at teaching but was not good at dealing with students.She would pretend to be very helpful but unfortunately she is not ..I suggest that someone could replace her position like Dr Dominic or Dr.Huda..
In terms of maths department, from a maths perspective it's like the faculty is almost deliberately unhelpful. To be so difficult to reach and lack any direction in terms of content, difficulty, additional support, if I was managing this outfit, I'd have to consciously be trying to make a pig's ear of it.
Beautiful campus, great location as local to central London as well as giving students the full experience of the east end. I met really lovely people through societies and social events(so many clubs to choose from)! Wifi is okay but could be better.
The campus was already beautiful (surrounded by a park and close to the canal) but it has become even better lately. It has many new facilities. People are overall very friendly and always available to help. The quality of the courses is excellent especially for Law, Medicine and Drama. It is also a Russel group university with the advantages of the opportunities available in London! I would highly recommend to study here!
I studied here for three years (Graduated with a First Class in Biomedical Sciences) and I have enjoyed every second of it. I honestly don't understand the reviews written before, they seem from people that have never been there because qmul is very very loved by its own students. For what concerns teaching, it's excellent. We were thought by experts in the respective fields and our knowledge. Lectures were always very interesting and teachers always willing to listen to improve or change according to the student's requests. For what concerns its campus, it is really nice! It is probably the only Russel Group university in London to have a real campus and it is lovely as students can have a coffee, go to the library, meet friends or or make new friends all the time. The environment is very friendly, there are many services to help students so you can never feel alone or left out. The facilities are also great as they have been investing a lot of money lately. Overall I loved it!
Lecturers don’t care about you, don’t help you out. Feeling of being very alone and the actual university is very segregated everyone sticks to certain groups doesn’t feel very welcoming. I did 2 years of biomedical science and I hated the course it made me hate science
I have to travel quite a lot on public transport for clinical work, I don't know why the Uni is so spread out here and there, but I don't mind it too much. QMUL campus is nice, Barts hospital is awesome but unfortunately the Royal London Hospital and the Blizard building is not in a good part of London, location wise if you are looking for a good location, other unis are better.
The campus is too small to accommodate all of the students and there are constant issues with heating. Additionally, the construction on campus disturbs the lecture theatres. In the year previous, the School of Business and Management has under 80 students and this year it jumped up to 210 students. Due to this sudden influx and arguable greediness, the school is unable to organise lectures effectively. This has resulted in some lectures to run to 8pm.
amazing university, have had the most amazing time of my life! if anyone was considering to study here, I would not even think twice about it. people told me how university would change my life, which I didn't believe. but it has truely changed my life !