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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.
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Register interest for the next open day.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- On-campus education will mostly be small group teaching: seminars, tutorials and practical work, depending on the subject area. Having some material delivered online enables students to learn at their own pace, revisiting material when they want to, while staying in close and easy contact with other students and our world-leading academic staff.
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Not sure why the quality of teaching isn't rate-able above, so I've given 2 stars to everything to compensate. My MSc has been a very frustrating experience. The academic registry and the course itself have been extremely poorly organised - I was charged the wrong fees twice, I missed choosing a dissertation I liked because of admin error, nobody has any idea when or where things are happening. There is zero communication from college to student, and faculty ignore my emails about potential dissertations. The entire thing has left a sour taste in my mouth. Avoid here, and possibly other Russel Group universities which are striking at the moment, at all costs.
good uni accomodation is just relly poor
A great university and located in one of the, if not the best, city in the world
beautiful university, lots to offer to students, London is an absolutely amazing location for students as well!
Facilities for drama not that great, we have a whole theatre on campus we are not allowed to use and all the rooms are always booked up. We do not get any personalised help on career other than careers site but talking about performance and entertainment industry they do not push you into opportunities we only get emails once a week about jobs available but no specific help. I have not met barely anyone in my year, the social environment is empty. There’s no opportunities to make friends as a new student. Especially after covid there was no meetings or talks welcoming us back. There was no community we just had to get on with it and adjust.
It’s a very good university I feel
Well-versed professor, but severely lacking social space.
Convenience to travel have an great environment
Excellent campus, but it should have library for all students
Room for major improvement in terms of online access and tech. Regularly lectures are uploaded with no audio which means large portions of knowledge can be missing.
Poorly run university. It is technically a business who use students money, but do not innovate on the course teaching or care about their education.
Good uni with great courses, only downside is that the area is rough
It’s a good university for those keen on having a balance between having fun and studying.
Professors at university is very helpful and keep Kosten track on your study in progress, University facilities are very great with up to par Wi-Fi and accessibility.
I study global public health here during my intercalation year, I really enjoy it!
QMUl is a good uni, they have excellent research and most courses are very well organised. Although the area isn't ideal, central London is only a stone's throw away.
Very supportive staff ! Happy to study here!
i’ve lived on campus and i really enjoyed the atmosphere as well as the opportunities ive been given. the education in my experience has been very productive and they have made online learning very enjoyable. the facilities and the social opportunities are great. Never a dull moment on campus. The fact that it’s just a mile away from central london has made my study abroad experience so much more enjoyable. The staff at the university and on campus are very friendly and welcoming.
I am not sure otherwise but experience during lockdown was pathetic.
room for improvement with course details etc.
not the best university in my opinion, however, london is a nice location
First year of QM was mostly online for my course but there were opportunities to go onto campus. Clubs and societies still continued as much as they could with covid so that was really nice. The careers team was very helpful in letting us know how to reach them if we need to book appointments or talk to anyone, especially for those planning to do placement years.
Bad Career advice for students, lack of support for students during unprecedented times (e.g. COVID-19). No support for students from overseas. The WiFi is bad as well.
I have really enjoyed my time at QMUL - particularly my course!
Queen Mary University is a good university in terms of campus environment and societies. However, it could use better security since a lot of muggings/ stabbings have happened on campus
The campus facilities are very helpful when you need a place to sit and work or use the library area. And the student union ran events are always a barrel of laughs
The lecturers are great and helpful, the TAs know what they’re doing and the campus is one of the best in London.
Had a great time, amazing student experience in London.
Overall good university, I have enjoyed my time here so far
Great, campus environment but still in London !
The classroom atmosphere is very good. The teacher is very humorous and helps us to solve many problems in our study and life
Pretty sizeable campus for a uni in zone 1 of London.
Nice friendly place, some areas do need improvement but that can happen over time
Excellent university. Extremely helpful students union.
Really good university , with amazing facilities and help whenever needed .
Great opportunities for job experience
Good, pretty impressive taking into account the campus is inside London.
one of the most unprofessional places I have come across! No diversity or equality in staff at the top so how are they going to support the students who go there???
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.
QMUL is a great uni from many point of view. However, on the suggested topics above I have to say that the Careers Service is TERRIBLE. Been there twice and each time it felt useless.
Good place to study highly recommended
This area was not reviewed - just accommodation.
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
Good atmosphere friendly environment
There are plenty of facilities for students and constant support to direct students into the career they're looking for
Library is far too small, and also ugly-looking on the inside. Campus does not have enough study areas. Also they do not have an ice hockey society. Admin is terrible
Facilities and Clubs are pretty okay, the wifi sometimes acted weird in certain lecture halls in the campus.
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 !
I have joined some societies but find it difficult to keep in touch with them
Campus based uni extremely close to central London, amazing night life avalible and great career opportunities
Great supportive university in London.
Nice uni Lots of friendly people Good location Loads of amenities Close to central London Lecture theatres are nice Good library
One of the best campuses, I've been to.
Amazing location with an amazing campus. Great facilities and great teacher along with truly competent staff! 10/10 would recommend
Absolutely great, really friendly and convenient for nights out in London
My stay at the uni for my MS degree was superb with all the required facilities at my disposal.
Staff super helpful with plenty of opportunities and facilities
Excellent place to develop academically, professionally and socially. Loved the being in a true campus right at the centre of London. Graduate 2003
Finest English teaching in the world!
Have been having a great time :)
Great school! Love my degree course and everyone is very welcoming and helpful.
Beautiful and relaxed atmosphere
Nice diverse community, lots of societies to join and take part in, relaxed atmosphere around campus
Nice and social uni, a lot of friends opportunities
Awesome university, awesome people, awesome teaching