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Student profile Mr Ajit Mishra LL.M (2004-05) Currently: Partner & Head FoxMandal & Co (London). foxMandal is india's leading lead firm with international footprints. Achievements: In 2009, I received prestigious "National Law Award" by hon'ble President of India for my contribution in Law and being a role model for young lawyers. I firmly believe in the saying, "what you get is not what you deserve but what you negotiate" QM gave me confidence to negotiate a better possibilities for myself. Studying in UK is more than gaining a degree, it's an experience and a valuable opportunity to gain new skills and exposure. QM being a multicultural College truly understands needs and requirement of international students. I received support throughout my course starting from airport collection service to student accommodation and onwards. I was also exposed to various projects wherein I got myself engaged and eventually it contributed to my post qualification profile. QM international office was very prompt in their response for VISA related issues. Further LLM induction program at Cumberland Lounge was an unique opportunity to interact with fellow students and was a king of ice breaker. Studying with QM is an experience. QM has got excellent reputation in Intellectual Property and commercial law courses. Indeed very enjoyable. This is an opportunity to meeting students from various nationality and understanding their culture. After your course you really gain an international exposure.


Contents

Why choose Queen Mary, University of London

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Living at Queen Mary

• Academic reputation Mile End campus map

English language requirements

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International Foundation Program and International Foundation for Science and Engineering program

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London

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Welfare, support and health care

Entry requirements

Undergraduate degrees Postgraduate programmes Research degrees

Accommodation Student Life: Student Union, Sports and Societies

Indian students at Queen Mary Careers for international students Arrival/Welcome programme

International student Tuition Fees 2012/13 Living expenses and Scholarships

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How to apply Finding out more and getting help

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Why choose Queen Mary, University of London?

Queen Mary is one of the largest colleges of the internationally recognised University of London. We offer first class teaching, research and resources in one of the world’s most dynamic cities. Queen Mary was founded in 1887 as the People's Palace and was admitted to the University of London in 1915. We currently have over 16,500 students, 20 per cent of whom are from Overseas. This makes for a truly cosmopolitan environment that is welcoming to students from all over the world. Queen Mary's 2,800 staff deliver world class degree programmes and research across a wide range of subjects in Humanities, Social Sciences and Laws, Medicine and Dentistry and Science and Engineering.

Academic reputation Queen Mary has made a strategic commitment to the highest quality of research. We have invested in this principle by systematically recruiting the best academics in their disciplines frim around the world. Following the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE 2008), The Guardian ranked us 11th for the quality of our Research. Ranked 17th in the UK and 127th in the world by the Times Higher Education World Rankings (2011), Queen Mary is now one of 24 leading UK Universities represented by the Russell Group, which is committed to the very best research, and an outstanding teaching and learning experience. As a member of the 1994 Group of research-focussed universities, we have made a strategic commitment to the highest quality of research, but also to the best possible educational, cultural and social experience for our students, Indeed, we believe that a vibrant research environment means that our students have access to the world’s leading experts in their chosen

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subjects. The 2011 National Student Survey (which asks students about their experiences at university) places Queen Mary equal first in London. Overall, we are ranked 28th in the UK (Sunday Times University Guide 2011) and in the top 150 Universities in the world (The Thomson Reuter World University Rankings 2011). The work of our academic regularly features in the news – both in the UK and internationally – www.qmul.ac.uk/news/

Graduate employment Degrees are awarded by the University of London and Queen Mary, and wherever you work in the world, you can be assured that employers will recognise quality. The College has one of the UK’s best records for student employability and graduate starting salaries. (Sunday Times University Guide 2011).


Location – the heart of London

London 2012 and the Thames Gateway

Queen Mary's locations span London's diverse districts. Two of our four campuses are in east London, in the Borough of Tower Hamlets between The City and Canary Wharf, a multicultural and socially diverse area that is one of the most rapidly developing parts of London. Our main residential campus – Mile End – has the advantage of being one of the closest universities to the site of the 2012 Olympic Games, and Whitechapel, a ten minute walk away, is home to part of Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Our other campuses are in central London: at Charterhouse Square and Barts Hospital, on the edge of the City of London, the key financial district; and at Lincoln's Inn Fields, in London's Legal District, the home of our Graduate School of Law and the worldfamous Centre for Commercial Law Studies.

Many hundreds of QM staff and students are playing a part in making the Games a success. Volunteers are absolutely central to the smooth running of events and are performing a huge variety of roles: bearing the Olympic flame, performing in the opening ceremony, working as medics, drivers, London Ambassadors and Games Makers.

Why choose a University of London college? • The University of London is one of the oldest, largest and most respected universities in the UK. • All Queen Mary students have access to University of London facilities. These include the world-famous Senate House Library which has more than two million titles and around 5,500 current periodical titles. • The University of London Union (ULU), is one of the UK’s largest students’ unions, and offers cafés, bars, venues and sports facilities. • The federal University brings together the expertise and research capabilities of all its constituent colleges and institutes.

As the capital city, London holds an unrivalled position within the UK. The city is a net exporter of skills and talent to the rest of the country and is a net importer of young people from all regions. It is the most popular location for European headquarters of international businesses and globally competes with other international cities such as Paris, Tokyo and New York. This combined with its historical significance, political and legal importance, and its status as a renowned centre for the arts, ensures it remains one of the most attractive places to live, study and work in the UK.

“Queen Mary has caught the mood of regeneration in east London.” Sunday Times Good University Guide

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Entry requirements

We accept a wide range of qualifications and applications are considered on an individual basis. The following summarises those qualifications most common in India.

Entry to foundation programmes Some students from India may be asked to complete a foundation year before progressing on to a Bachelors degree at Queen Mary. To be eligible for one of our foundation courses you must complete Class XII with 60% or above overall in the relevant stream. Alternatively, we will also consider students with the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB), or A-Levels. You may also be required to take an English language test such as IELTS or TOEFL.

Entry to Bachelors degrees To be eligible to apply for most of our Bachelors programmes you must have completed Class XII with 75% or above overall (Central Boards) or 80% or above overall (State Boards) in the relevant stream. Some of our programmes may ask for higher scores. Alternatively, we will also consider students with the International Baccalaureate (IB) or A-levels. You must also have an excellent command of English and will be required to take an English Language test such as IELTS or TOEFL. Students following Diploma (10+3) courses in Science or Engineering subjects may apply for advanced entry into Year 2 of related programmes.

Entry to Masters degrees (all one year) To be eligible to apply for one of our Masters programmes you must have completed Bachelors with a first class. Students applying for Masters courses from prestigious Institutes may apply with 55% or above. All applicants are considered on an individual basis however, and students may be admitted to Masters programmes with a lower level degree in some cases. Students with borderline grades can also apply for our PreMasters Programme, a year long course which prepares students for Masters level studies. You must also have an excellent command of English and will be required to take an English language test such as IELTS or TOEFL. Most Masters programmes at Queen Mary require IELTS 6.5 / TOEFL 580/TOEFL IBT 92 however programmes offered by the School of Business Management require IELTS 7.0 / TOEFL 610 / TOEFL IBT 100. Programmes in the School of Law and in other Arts departments require IELTS 7.0 (writing 7.0)/TOEFL 610 (TWE 5)/TOEFL IBT 100 (writing 27).

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Entry to Research degrees (MPhil/PhD: 3 years) The usual entrance requirement for a research degree is successful completion of Masters. You must also have an excellent command of English and may be required to take an English language test such as IELTS or TOEFL, as above. You can find more detailed information on our entry requirements for students from India at: www.qmul.ac.uk/international/india


English language requirements

The standard English language requirement for both undergraduate and postgraduate study at Queen Mary is that you must achieve a score of IELTS 6.5/ TOEFL 580/ TOEFL IBT 92 by the time you begin your programme. Some programmes, however, require a higher standard of English, notably medicine and dentistry and postgraduate business, law and other arts courses.

Student profile Dr Jasleen Kaur MSc Dental Public Health London is an astonishing place. It is one of the World's most remarkable and exciting cities. After completing my BDS I opted for a Masters in dental public health in London. From day one, it was my dream to join Queen Mary because of its attractive course content, the brand value of the university & the infrastructure available for the students. Living and studying in London has enabled me to gain more than a qualification. Being an international place, I got the opportunity to study alongside students from across the World, share experiences & widen my perspective on public health.

If you have an English language score but it does not meet the College’s requirements you should still apply. The College may ask you to either retake your English test, or attend the College’s pre-sessional English course for a period of either 4,8 or 12 weeks (instead of taking IELTS or TOEFL again). On satisfactory completion of your pre-sessional course you may enter into your undergraduate or postgraduate degree course directly.

Pre-sessional English The English Language and Academic Skills Summer Programme offers you a unique opportunity to make rapid progress in academic English, and to acclimatise to life in the UK , London and at Queen Mary. It is a time to make friends and learn about other cultures before the academic year begins.

London offers everything a student could want: education, enjoyment, traditional food. If ever you feel lonely, there are parts of London that are home to a large number of people from India. In that sense, it offers a 'home away from home'.

The programme will help you to: • improve your overall ability in English. • learn study skills such as note-taking, academic writing and participating in seminars • develop the skills you need to work independently at university. The programme consists of three 4-week blocks. You can join for 4, 8 or 12 weeks between June and September. The minimum entry level onto the 12 week programme is IELTS 5.5, although some Queen Mary departments may require higher entry levels.

You can find more information on our presessional English courses including term dates and fees here: www.languageand learning.qmul.ac.uk/elss/presessional/

English language support at Queen Mary In addition to our pre-sessional English courses, all Queen Mary students can attend in-sessional English language and study skills courses. These programmes are free of charge. They are intended to support students during their studies and enable them to make the most of their time at university. Each course lasts for 10 weeks with lessons once a week for two hours.

There are two main courses: Academic Writing: this programme develops the skill of writing long pieces of work on academic topics. It covers areas including: analysing questions, developing and structuring ideas, revising and redrafting, formal and informal style, as well as the basic features of written. General English: this programme focuses mainly on the skills of speaking and listening. It aims to improve overall fluency and confidence, as well as to working on grammar and pronunciation, Everyday English, slang and vocabulary will also be covered. For more information: www.learndev.qmul.ac.uk/elss/insessional/

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International Foundation Programme and International Science and Engineering Foundation Programme

Foundation programmes The International Foundation Programmes and International Science and Engineering Foundation Programme are designed especially for international students who are interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree in the UK. The programme is aimed at students who cannot directly enter an undergraduate degree at a UK university, or need to improve their subject knowledge and English language and study skills before starting university study. Both foundation courses are taught on campus by university staff. Programme overview: International Foundation Programme The International Foundation Programme (IFP) offers a route to undergraduate degrees in a number of disciplines including Law, Business Management, Economics, International Relations, Politics, History and Geography. The programme is fully integrated with the university and includes academic modules taught by the College’s academic staff and English Language and Study Skills

Entry requirements: • Good High School leaving certificate minimum academic level standard X|| grades of between 60-75 per cent (Central Board) or lower than 80% (State Boards) • IELTS 5.5 or TOEFL 64 (IBT) – Please note some modules require a higher English language score • Reference letter from a teacher Students with an IELTS score of less than 5.5 can enrol onto our Academic Campus English programme. Students can make an application even if they are waiting for results. The closing date for applications is 15 August.

* Students who would like to take modules in International Relations and Politics need to have an IELTS level of 6.0 ** All students will study English Language and Study Skills

International Foundation Programme Pathways Start dates: Start in September – Complete in June (one academic year) Pathway

Students study four modules: English Language and Study Skills plus three others from the following list: • Business Studies • Economics • Mathematics for Economics • International Relations and Politics • Human Geography • History – Making the Modern World • Introduction to Literature, Art and Film • Japanese • Spanish

IFP modules

Undergraduate Progression

Economics

ELSS, Economics, Mathematics and one other

Bsc Economics, Bsc Economics, Finance and Management

Business Management

ELSS, Business,and two others

BSc Business Management

Human Geography

ELSS, Human Geography, and two others

BA Human Geography

Law

ELSS, International* Relations and Politics, and at least one other essaybased subject (i.e. Business, History, Geography or Literature, Art & Film)

LLB Bachelor of Laws

Politics or International Relations

ELSS, *Politics and International Relations and at least one other essaybased subject (i.e. Business, History, Geography or Literature, Art & Film)

BA Politics, BA International Relations,

History

ELSS, History, plus least one other essay-based subject (ie Business, International Relations and Politics and Geography or Literature, Art and Film)

BA History

Students who complete the International Foundation Programme with sufficiently high grades can progress to undergraduate degrees at Queen Mary. IFP students also have the flexibility of applying to other institutions for undergraduate study. Students applying to other institutions will be fully supported throughout the application process

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Programme Overview: International Science and Engineering Foundation Programme The International Science and Engineering Foundation Programme (ISEFP) is taught by Queen Mary University, part of the world famous federation of the University of London. One of the oldest and most highly regarded foundation courses in the UK, it offers a pathway to healthcare sciences, and is also recognised by the Chartered Institute of Engineers as a pre-degree qualification. The ISFEP program will route into courses in the departments of Engineering; Electronic Engineering; Material Sciences; Physics; Biological and Chemical Sciences; Environmental Sciences; Computer Science; Mathematical Science and Business Management.

Entry Requirements: Transcripts (official report/certificate of grades or percentages) from one of the following: • High School or Secondary School Qualification Senior School Certificate or Higher Secondary School Certificate Minimum Academic Level Standard XII grades of between 60-75% (Central Boards) or lower than 80% (State Boards) Students wishing to study on the ISEFP must have the required pass grades in the following subject areas: Biology and Chemistry route- Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics in final year of high school

• Minimum of five IGCSE subjects with grade B and above. Must have minimum grade B in Mathematics and grade A in Double Science or grade B in Triple Science.

• AS and A Levels – must be in Mathematics and Science subjects and will be considered in conjunction with IGCSE or High School Diploma.

• International Baccalaureate (IB) – must have a minimum level 3 in Mathematics and Science subjects.

• English Language (minimum requirement) September- IELTS 5.0 (5.0 in writing); January- IELTS 5.5

Start Dates: Starts in September (one academic year) and January (intensive seven month course). Progression Routes: Pathway

Undergraduate Progression

Biological and Chemical Science

BSc Biochemistry, BSc Biology, BSc Biology with Psychology, BSc Biomedical Sciences, BSc Chemistry, BSc Chemistry with Biochemistry, BSc Genetics, BSc Psychology, BSc Zoology, BSc Zoology with Aquatic Biology, MSci Pharmaceutical Chemistry, MSci Pharmaceutical Chemistry with a Year in Industry

Business Management

BSc Business Management

Computer Science

BSc Computer Science, BSc Computer Science with Business Management, BSc Computer Science with Business Management and Accounting, MSci Computer Science

Economics

BSc Economics and Finance, BSc Economics, Finance and Management, BSc Economics Mathematics and Statistics

Electronic Engineering

BEng Audio Systems Engineering, BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering, BEng Electronic Engineering, BSc Information and Communication Technologies, BSc Information and Communication Technologies in the Business Management, MEng Electronic Engineering

Engineering

BEng in Aerospace Engineering, MEng in Aerospace Engineering, BEng in Mechanical Engineering, MEng in Mechanical Engineering, BEng in Medical Engineering, MEng in Medical Engineering, BEng in Design and Innovation, MEng in Design and Innovation

Environmental Science

BSc in Environmental Science, MSci in Environmental Science, BSc in Environmental Science with Business Management, BSc in Environmental Geography

Material Science

BSc Materials Science and Engineering, BEng Dental Materials, BEng Materials Science and Engineering, MEng Dental Materials, MEng Materials Science and Engineering

Mathematics

BSc Mathematics, BSc Pure Mathematics, BSc Mathematics with Statistics, BSc Mathematics, Statistics & Financial Economics, BSc Mathematics, Business Management & Finance, BSc Mathematics with Finance and Accounting, BSc Mathematics with Business Management, BSc Mathematics with Psychology, MSci Mathematics, MSci Mathematics with Statistics

Physics

BSc Astrophysics, MSci Astrophysics, BSc Physics, MSci Physics, BSc Theoretical Physics, MSci Theoretical physics, BSc Physics with Particle Physics, MSci Physics with Particle Physics

Engineering or Computer Science routeMathematics and Physics in final year of high school • International High School Diploma (usually year 12), or equivalent final year of schooling in your country - Mathematics in the final year is essential.

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Undergraduate degree

Student profile

Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Engineering and Materials Science

Harish Ramaswamy LLB I have felt comfortable at QMUL from day one as everyone I have met to date has displayed a lot of enthusiasm. The reputation of the College in London and across the rest of the World attracted me to it. I understand a good brand name will help carry me forward in my professional career. Also, the ease with which I can network with QMUL alumni back at home makes me feel all the more confident when I think about my future. I am enjoying every moment of my studies.

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• MEng Mechanical Engineering • MEng Medical Engineering • MEng Sustainable Energy Engineering • MEng Dental Materials

• BEng Aerospace Engineering

• MEng Materials Science and Engineering

• BEng Mechanical Engineering

• MEng Medical Materials Science

• BEng Medical Engineering

• MEng Sustainable Materials

• BEng Sustainable Energy Engineering

• MEng Design and Innovation

• BEng Medical Materials Science

School of Mathematical Sciences

• BEng Sustainable Materials

3 years

• BEng Design and Innovation

• BSc Mathematical Sciences

• BEng Materials and Design

• BSc Pure Mathematics

• BSc Biomedical Engineering

• BSc Mathematics and Statistics

• BSc Clinical Materials

• BSc Mathematics, Statistics, and Financial Economics

• BEng Materials Science and Engineering

I am currently studying for a BSc in Economics at Queen Mary. I was really impressed by Queen Mary’s academic credibility and the teaching facilities. The IFP improved my writing and academic skills and time management, which is really important at university! I hope to work as an Economist in the future.

• MEng Aerospace Engineering

3 years/4 years with Industrial Experience

• BEng Dental Materials

Kazi Adnan Didar BSc Economics

4 years/5 years with Industrial Experience


• BSc Mathematics with Business Management • BSc Mathematics, Business Management and Finance • BSc Mathematics with Finance and Accounting • BSc Mathematics and Physics • BSc Mathematics and Computing • BSc Mathematics with Psychology 4 years • MSci Mathematics • MSci Mathematics with Statistics

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences 3 years • BSc Biochemistry • MSci Biochemistry • BSc Biology • BSc Biology with Psychology • BSc Biomedical Sciences • BSc Chemistry

School of Engineering and Computer Science

School of Physics and Astronomy

3 years

3 years

• BSc Computer Science

• BSc Physics

• BSc Computer Science and Multimedia • BSc Computer Science with Business Management • BSc Computer Science with Business Management and Accounting • BEng Audio Systems Engineering • MEng Audio Systems Engineering • BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering • BEng Electronic Engineering • BEng Electronic Engineering and Computing • BEng Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications • BSc(Eng) Information and Communication Technologies

• BSc Physics with Particle Physics 4/5 years • Foundation programme

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences School of Business and Management 3 years • BSc Business and Management

School of Economics and Finance

• BSc(Eng) Multimedia and Arts Technology

3 years

• BSc Genetics

4 years

• BSc Medical Genetics

• MSci Computer Science

• BSc Pharmaceutical Chemistry

• MEng Electronic Engineering and Computing

• BSc Zoology

• BSc Theoretical Physics

• BSc(Eng) Information and Communication Technologies with Business Management

• BSc Chemistry with Biochemistry

• BSc Psychology

• BSc Astrophysics

• BSc Computer Science and Mathematics

• MEng Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications

• BSc Economics • BSc Economics and Finance • BSc Economics, Finance and Management • BSc Economics, Statistics and Mathematics

• BSc Zoology with Aquatic Biology 4 years • MSci Chemistry • MSci Pharmaceutical Chemistry • MSci Pharmaceutical Chemistry with a year in Industry

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Undergraduate degree (cont)

• BSc Geography and Economics • BSc Mathematics, Statistics, and Financial Economics • BSc Economics and Politics

School of English and Drama Department of English 3 years

Department of Drama 3 years

• BSc (Econ) Geography

• BA Drama

• BSc (Econ) Geography with Business Management

• BA Drama and English

• BA Cities, Economies and Social Change

• BA Drama and French

• BSc (Econ) Geography and Economy

• BA Drama and German

• BA Geography and Poltics

• BA Drama and Hispanic Studies • BA Drama and Russian

School of History

• BA Drama and Film Studies

3 years

• BA English

• BA History

• BA English and Drama

School of Geography

• BA English and Film Studies

3 years

• BA English and History

• BA Geography

• BA English Literature and Linguistics

• BSc Geography

• BA English and French

• BA Human Geography

• BA English and History

• BA English and German

• BSc Environmental Geography

• BA History and Film Studies

• BA English and Hispanic Studies

• BSc Environmental Science

• BA History with German Language

• BA English and Russian

• BSc Environmental Science with Business Management

• BA History and Comparative Literature

• BA Medieval History • BA Modern and Contemporary History • BA History and Politics

• BA Global Change: Environment, Economy, and Development

Student profile Abishek Ramesh BEng Aerospace Engineering (Sandwich)

To be an aerospace engineer has always been my passion and dream. After completing my Diploma in Mechanical Engineering in India, I decided to specialise in the field of Aeronautics and when I started looking for a better instituition for my higher degree I came

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across Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). The College has been offering this course since 1907 and was the first instituition in whole of UK to establish an aeronautics department. With good research facilities and reputation among industry, I chose QMUL for my BEng and I got admission direct into the second year of my degree programme. I opted for the sandwich course so that I can work a year in industry and gain valuable experience before I finish my degree. The first thing that surprised me when I started at QMUL was its diverse international student population. Another impressive fact is its beautiful campus at Mile End has an excellent infrastructure and its location is adjacent to central London. The quality of education and its flexibility offers a wide range of opportunities in my field of study.

This year I am doing my work placement as a Design Engineer (Aircraft Structures) at the EUROCOPTER division of EADS (European Aeronautics Defence & Space Company) in Germany, which is one of the world’s largest aerospace firms. The knowledge and experience I gained through my education at QMUL is helping me big time in my work. Besides all my efforts, I should say that my degree at QMUL has opened doors for me to reach many of my dreams. I have one more year of my degree left for which I will get back to London next year.Apart from studying there are many opportunities for fun and entertainment offered at QMUL. I enjoy every moment of my student life at QMUL and I would strongly recommend it to anyone looking for a world class education without compromising on fun.


School of Law 2 years • LLB/Law

• BA Comparative Literature and Linguistics

• BA German with Business Management

• BA Film Studies

• BA Hispanic Studies with Business

• BA Film Studies and Drama

• BA Russian with Business Management

3 years

4 years

• LLB/Law

• BA French

• BA Law and Politics

• BA German • BA Hispanic Studies

4 years • LLB/Law English and European Law

Management

• BA Russian • BA French and German

School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

• BA French and Hispanic Studies

3 years

• BA German and Hispanic Studies

• BA English Language and Linguistics

• BA German and Russian

• BA English Literature and Linguistics

• BA Hispanic Studies and Catalan Language

• BA Comparative Literature

• BA Hispanic Studies and Portuguese

• BA Comparative Literature and Film

• BA Hispanic Studies and Russian

• BA French and Russian

• BA French with Business Management

• BA Film Studies and French • BA Film Studies and German • BA Film Studies and Hispanic Studies • BA Film Studies and Russian • BA French and Linguistics • BA German and Linguistics • BA Hispanic Studies and Linguistics • BA Russian and Linguistics • BA French and Comparative Literature • BA German and Comparative Literature • Hispanic Studies and Comparative Literature • Russian and Comparative Literature • Film Studies and French • Film Studies and German • Film Studies and Hispanic Studies • Film Studies and Russian • Film Studies and History

School of Politics and International Relations 3 years • BA Politics • BA International Relations • BA Politics with Business Management • BA History and Politics • BSc (Econ) Economics and Politics • BA Law and Politics • BA Geography and Politics 4 years • BA French and Politics • BA German and Politics • BA Hispanic Studies and Politics • BA Russian and Politics

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Postgraduate programmes

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences School of Business and Management 1 year • MSc International Business and Politics • MSc Accounting and Finance • MSc Global Business

Student profile Nevin Jacob Koshy MSc Management of Intellectual Property Ever since my graduation in 2007 as a biotech engineer from Calicut University, India, I wanted to do my specialisation in intellectual property (IP) law. After getting two years legal and research experience with Mahyco Research Centre, I decided to go for it.

• MSc International Financial Management • MSc International Human Resource Management and Employment Relations • MSc Management and Organizational Innovation • MSc Marketing • MRes Business Management • MSc Public Administration 1 year

Queen Mary was always one of my choices, along with two other universities. However, Queen Mary became my preferred institution because of the unique syllabus structure and the collaborations the college has with the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA). The College has an excellent reputation among patent attorney firms. Because of this, I become a partly-qualified patent attorney upon completion of the

School of Economics and Finance

School of English and Drama

1 year • MSc Banking

Department of Drama 1 year

• MSc Banking and Finance

• MA Theatre and Performance

• MSc Economics • MSc Finance

Department of English 1 year

• MSc Finance and Econometrics

• MA English Studies

• MSc Investment and Finance

• MRes Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

• MSc Accounting and Finance • MSc Law and Finance • LLM Law and Economics • MSc Mathematical Finance

School of Geography 1 year • MSc Environmental Science: Integrated Management of Freshwater Environments • MSc Environmental Science by Research • MA Cities and Cultures • MA Globalization and Development • MA London Studies • MA Community Organizing

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course. This unique advantage gives graduates a head start when compared to others. In my experience, the College and equally the department, strive constantly for the welfare of their students. Our lectures are mostly conducted by barristers and solicitors who are working with reputed IP firms which inspires us on a daily basis and gives us an opportunity to discuss our careers on a oneone basis. Apart from the ‘must to do’ curricular activities, London is one of most exciting and happening places one could ever imagine. You will never fall short of things to do (provided you have enough time to take a break from studies). The diverse cultures you meet every day, the work experience you get, the feeling of being a student again and the knowledge that you gain on a daily basis makes it all well worth the effort.

• MA/MSc Geography • MRes Geography • MRes Cities and Cultures • MRes Globalization and Development

School of History 1 year • MA History • MA History of Political Thought and Intellectual History • MA Modern and Contemporary British History • MA Islam and the West • LBI MA European Jewish History • MA Paris Studies

School of Law 1 year • General LLM • LLM Banking and Finance Law • LLM Commercial and Corporate Law


• LLM Comparative and International Dispute Resolution

• MSc International Business and Politics

• LLM Competition Law

• MA History of Political Thought and Intellectual History

• LLM Economic Regulation • LLM Environmental Law • LLM European Law • LLM Human Rights Law • LLM Insurance Law • LLM Intellectual Property Law • LLM International Business Law • LLM Law and Development

• MA Globalization and Development

Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Mathematical Sciences 1 year • MSc Astrophysics

School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science 1 year • MSc Computer Science • MSc Computer Science by Research • MSc Computing and Information Systems • MSc Digital Music Processing • MSc Digital Signal Processing • MSc Electronic Engineering by Research

• MSc Mathematical Finance

• MSc Media and Arts Technology by Research

• MSc Mathematics and Statistics

• MSc Mobile and Wireless Networks • MSc Software Engineering

• LLM Public Law

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences

• LLM Tax Law

1 year

• LLM Law and Economics

• MSc Freshwater and Coastal Science

School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

• MSc Marine Ecology and Environmental Management

1 year

• MSc Chemical Research

• MA Anglo-German Cultural Relations

• MSc Cognitive Science

• MA Comparative Literature

• MSc Ecology & Evolutionary Biology

• MA Documentary Practice

• MSc Biomedical Sciences

• LLM Legal Theory and Development • LLM Media Law • LLM Medical Law • LLM Public International Law

• MA Film Studies • MA Language Teaching • MA Linguistics

School of Politics and International Relations

• MSc Aquatic Ecology by Research

School of Engineering and Materials Science 1 year • MSc Aerospace Engineering • MSc Biomedical Engineering

• MSc Telecommunications Systems • MSc Computer Vision

School of Physics and Astronomy 1 year • MSc Astrophysics • MSc Physics

Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry 1 year • MSc Cancer Therapeutics • Postgraduate Diploma Clinical Dermatology • MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Clinical Drug Development

1 year

• MSc Computational Aided Engineering

• MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Clinical Microbiology

• MA Global and Comparative Politics

• MSc Medical Electronics and Physics

• MSc Critical Care

• MRes Global and Comparative Politics

• MSc Sustainable Energy Systems

• MA International Relations

• MSc Biomaterials

• Postgraduate Diploma Dental Clinical Sciences

• MRes International Relations

• MSc Dental Materials

• MSc Public Policy

• MSc Materials Research • MSc Polymer Science and Technology

• MSc Dental Materials • MSc Dental Public Health • MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Dental Technology

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Postgraduate programmes (cont)

• Graduate Certificate in Dental Technologu • MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Endocrinology and Diabetes • MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Endodontic Practice

• MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Mental Health: Transcultural Mental Healthcare

2 years

• Postgraduate Certificate Advanced Mental Health Assessment

• Postgraduate Diploma Burn Care

• MSc Molecular Pathology and Genomics

• MSc Experimental Oral Pathology

• MSc Musculoskeletal Sciences

• MSc/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate Forensic Medical Sciences

• MSc/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate Musculoskeletal Clinical Sciences

• MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Gastroenterology • MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Healthcare Research Methods • MRes Inflammation: Cellular and Vascular Aspects • MSc Implant Dentistry • MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Mental Health: Psychological Therapies

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• MSc/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate Neuroscience and Translational Medicine • MSc Oral Biology • MSc/Postgraduate Diploma Sport and Exercise Medicine • MSc Surgical Skills and Science

• MSc Aesthetic Plastic Surgery • MClinDent Oral Medicine • MClinDent Oral Surgery • MClinDent Paediatric Dentistry • MClinDent Periodontology • MClinDent Prosthodontics • MSc Trauma Science • MSc Trauma Science (Military and Austere) • MClinDent Endodontic Practice 3 years • MClinDent Orthodontics 2-5 years • MSc/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate Analytical Toxicology


Research degree

Humanities, Social Sciences and Laws Our Humanities and Social Sciences Research Centre provides a dedicated site for externally funded research projects (totalling more than £10 million since 2000) - including bodies such as the Arts and Humanities Research Board, the Economic and Social Research Council and the Leverhulme Trust. This includes our top rated Centre for Commercial Law Studies, which aims to promote the systematic study and research of national and international commercial law and its social and economic implications. It focuses strongly on the global development of international commercial law. The £800,000 Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (CELL) is unique to Queen Mary, and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Board. This is a world class facility for large and small-scale editing projects in historical biography, diaries and correspondence, lead by renowned academic Professor Lisa Jardine.

Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry Throughout the Medical School there is a large range of internationally recognised and pioneering research. The School boasts leading SARS and HIV/AIDS research units, and some of the most eminent research teams in fields from flu to cancer. Queen Mary boasts the first Cancer Research UK Clinical Centre to be based at a university. This £11million project, takes an innovative 'molecules to patient' approach to research. The William Harvey Research Institute is

devoted to understanding basic pathogenic mechanisms in cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases, and aims to discover and develop novel opportunities for therapy. The Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine includes the Centre for Environmental and Preventive Medicine (CEPM) headed by Professor Nick Wald, and the Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Epidemiology, Mathematics, and Statistics (EMS) unit, led by Professor Jack Cuzick. The Institute of Cancer is awarded grants totalling more than £5million per annum, with the NHS committed to building an international cancer centre at the Medical School.

Student profiles

Science and Engineering Queen Mary continues to invest in supporting excellence in science and engineering, as an integral part of our multi-faculty mission. Queen Mary's Astronomy Unit is one of the UK's premier astronomy centres, with a number of researchers involved in international space programmes. This includes NASA's ongoing Cassini-Huygens mission to Jupiter and Saturn, and the Rosetta mission to Mars. We are the main UK institution involved in the research and development of the world's longest physics linear collider. Our computer scientists work on core developments - like building fast reliable networks and smart secure software as well as on novel technologies applied in things like insect motion , playing jazz and recognising faces. Their most recent EPSRC grant of £230,000 will investigate human error.

Maria Roopa PhD School of Mathematical Sciences I am really very passionate about Maths and the College just happened to have an opening for me at the right time. The campus is great as is the School of Mathematics. The people are very friendly and understanding, the research is very advanced and the labs well equipped. I have also had the opportunity to meet with great experts in my held by attending various conferences. Once I have completed my PhD I would like to contribute as a Reader in the area of statistics.

Amar Lilamwalla PhD School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science I initially spent a year at Queen Mary as an MSc student which was very exciting indeed. While doing my MSc project I decided on pursuing a PhD from QM as I got a chance to interact with other research students and found out more about the advantages of doing research here. When I asked my MSc supervisor about possible opportunities to stay on he encouraged me to apply and now I am on a College funded PhD programme. Coming from a small town in India I thought I'd have a tough time finding accommodation in London. The residences office are very helpful and the location of the university is ideal so finding accommodation was not an issue at all.

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International Student Tuition Fees 2012/13

Undertaking a degree programme over a number of years involves careful financial planning. During this period prices are likely to rise and you must allow for this when planning your finances. Students' costs comprise tuition fees and living costs.

Presessional courses

Y2E1

5-week presessional English language programme (tuition only)

£1,700

Y2E2

9-week presessional English language programme (tuition only)

£2,700

Y2E3

13-week presessional English language programme (tuition only)

£3,900

Foundation courses FGHY/HZ

International Science and Engineering Foundation Programme - Undergraduate Foundation Certificate

£10,600

Y2GE

Social Sciences and Humanities - Foundation Certificate

£10,700

Y2QE

Social Sciences and Humanities - Pre-Masters Diploma

£10,700

Science and Engineering Foundation Courses - Foundation year (Year 0) of 4/5 year programme CCX1

Biological Science 4 Year - BSc (SEfBi4)

£10,600

FFX1

Chemistry 4 Year - BSc (SEfCh4)

£10,600

FFY1

Chemistry 5 Year - MSc (SEfCh5)

£10,600

GGX4

Computer Science 4 Year - BSc (SEfCS4)

£10,600

GGY4

Computer Science 5 Year - MSc (SEfCS5)

£10,600

HHX6

Electronic Engineering 4 Year - BEng (SEfEE)

£10,600

HHY6

Electronic Engineering 5 Year - MEng (SEEE5)

£10,600

HHX1

Engineering 4 Year - BSc (SEfE4)

£10,600

HHY1

Engineering 5 Year - MEng (SEfE5)

£10,600

JJX5

Materials Science 4 Year - BEng (SEfMS)

£10,600

JJY5

Materials Science 5 Year - MEng (SEfMS)

£10,600

GGX1

Mathematical Science 4 Year - BSc (SEfMS4)

£10,600

GGY1

Mathematical Science 5 Year - MSc (SEfMS5)

£10,600

FFX3

Physics 4 Year - BSc (SEfPh4)

£10,600

FFY3

Physics 5 Year - MSc (SEfPh5)

£10,600

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Undergraduate courses

Standard Arts/Classroom based Courses

£12,250

Standard Laboratory-based Courses

£13,925

A100

Medicine - MBBS Years 1 and 2

£18,500

A300

Medicine - MBBS Years 3 and 5

£28,200

A200

Dentistry - BDS Year 1

£17,640

A400

Dentistry - BDS Year 2-5

£28,060

A101

Medicine - MBBS Graduate Entry Programme - Year 1

£18,500

A301

Medicine - MBBS Graduate Entry Programme - Years 2 - 4

£28,200

A201

Dentist - BDS Graduate Entry program - Years 1-2-3 and Final

£28,060

B9M...

Intercalated BSc/BMed Sci

£13,760

Exceptions to the above: GG41

Computer Science and Mathematics - BSc

£12,950

M100/01

Law - LLB

£13,250

GG14

Mathematics and Computing - BSc

£12,950

Postgraduate taught courses Arts/Classroom based courses Courses

£12,000

Laboratory-based Courses

£13,925

Exceptions to the above: N1S4

Accounting and Finance - MSc

£15,000

L1S2

Banking - MSc

£16,000

L1S3

Banking and Finance - MSc

£16,000

L1S6

Business Finance - MSc

£16,000

J5S9

Dental Materials - MSc

£16,550

L1S1

Economics - MSc

£14,000

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International Student Tuition Fees 2012/13 (cont)

Undergraduate courses

L1T5

Finance

£16,000

L1S5

Finance and Econometrics - MSc

£14,000

L1T3

Finance and Economics - MSc

£14,000

N1Q3

Global Business - MSc

£15,000

V1Q3

History of Political Thought and Intellectual History

£13,000

N1Q5

International Business and Politics - MSc

£15,000

M2D3

International Dispute Resolution (Arbitration) - PG Dip

£6,500

M2D4

International Dispute Resolution (Mediation) - PG Dip

£6,500

N1Q6

International Financial Management - MSc

£15,000

N1S3

International Human Resource Management and Employment Relations - MSc

£15,000

L2S3

International Relations - MA

£14,000

L1T1

Investment and Finance - MSc

£16,000

M2Q3

Law and Economics - LLM

£15,000

M3S7

Law and Finance - MSc

£16,000

M2Q1

LLM

£15,000

N1Q1

Management and Organisational Innovation - MSc

£15,000

M3U4

Management of Intellectual Property- MSc

£12,200

N1Q2

Marketing - MSc

£15,000

G1S2

Mathematical Finance

£16,000

H2S1

Sustainable Energy Systems - MSc

£15,500

SMD Postgraduate Taught Courses

A3T3

Cancer Therapeutics - MSc

£17,830

B2D1/D2

Clinical Drug Development - PG Dip (full-time or part-time fee for whole course)

£9,470

B2S1/S2

Clinical Drug Development - MSc (full-time or part-time fee for whole course)

£14,500

A3U1

Clinical Microbiology - MSc

£15,650

A3T7

Critical Care - MSc

£22,000

A3Q3

Forensic Medical Sciences - MSc

£14,500

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SMD Postgraduate Taught Courses

A3D9

Gastroenterology - PG Dip

£10,185

A3TR

Gastroenterology - MSc

£17,190

A3TW

Gastroenterology - MSc (15 month FT)

£26,903

A3TV

Year 1

£26,903

Year 2

£26,000

Gastroenterology - MSc (24 month FT) A3A2

Global Public Health and Policy - MSc

£10,300

B2D3

Health Care Research Methods - PG Dip

£9,470

B2S3

Health Care Research Methods - MSc

£14,500

A3A3

Health Systems and Global Policy - MSc

£10,300

A3R2

Inflammation: Cellular and Vascular Aspects - MRes

£17,830

A3A1

International Primary Health Care - MSc

£10,300

A3Y5

Mental Health: Psychological Therapies - PG Dip

£6,100

A3Y6

Mental Health: Psychological Therapies - PG Dip

£4,200

A3X5

Mental Health: Psychological Therapies - MSc

£8,400

A3B3

Mental Health: Transcultural Mental Healthcare - PG Dip

£6,100

A3B1

Mental Health: Transcultural Mental Healthcare - MSc

£8,400

A3T1

Molecular Pathology and Genomics - MSc

£17,830

A9S2

Musculoskeletal Clinical Sciences - MSc

£19,500

A9S1

Musculoskeletal Sciences - MSc

£19,500

A3F6

Neuroscience and Translational Medicine - PG Cert

£6,100

A3F5

Neuroscience and Translational Medicine - PG Dip

£12,300

A3F4

Neuroscience and Translational Medicine - MSc

£19,000

A3E1

Sports and Exercise Medicine - PG Dip (Medics)

£12,000

A3E6

Sports and Exercise Medicine - PG Dip (Non Medics)

£12,000

A3TP

Sports and Exercise Medicine - MSc - Medics (12 Modules)

£14,000

A3TS

Sports and Exercise Medicine - MSc - Non-medics (12 modules)

£14,000

A3Q1

Surgical Skills and Sciences - MSc

£25,860

A3Q1

Surgical Skills and Sciences - MSc (within 6 month clinical attachment)

£29,870

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International Student Tuition Fees 2012/13 (cont)

Dental Postgraduate Taught Courses

A4U3

Dental Public Health - MSc

£16,550

A4D5

Dental Technology - PG Dip

£16,600

A4Q5

Dental Technology - MSc

£25,900

A4US

Experimental Oral Sciences - MSc

£16,600

A4S3

Oral Biology - MSc

£16,600

MClinDent: Oral Medicine (A4Q4), Oral Surgery (A4UJ), Orthodontics (A4Q3), Paediatric Dentistry (A4UD), Periodontology (A4S5) or Prosthodontics (A4UF)

£37,550

Postgraduation Taught Associate: Oral Medicine (A4MH), Oral Surgery (A4MG), Orthodontics (A4MA), Paediatric Dentistry (A4MD), Periodontology (A4ME) or Prosthodontics (A4MF)

£37,485

Postgraduate Research Courses Arts Courses

11,740

Laboratory Based Programmes

£14,555

M3ZF/M3ZL

PhD in Law

£13,020

M1ER

CCLS Research Associate

£3,310

M2ER

Dept of Law Research Associate

£3,310

CCLS or DoL Visiting Research Scholar

£3,820

Postgraduate Medical Research Students (unless otherwise stated) Research in Medicine (All MPhil/PhD degrees) Research in Dentistry (All MPhil/PhD degrees)

£21,250 (plus Bench Fee dependent on whether Lab or Clinical based work)

Fees for 2013/14 have not yet been set. These are likely to increase in line with inflation and will be made available at www.qmul.ac.uk/international/feesfinance

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£15,750


Living expenses and Scholarships

The UK Border Agency recommend that you allow GBP 12000 as living expenses for one academic year in London. This includes: Accommodation

Study related books and equipment

Utility bills

Clothing

Food

UK Travel (not international travel)

A more detailed budget can be found on our Advice and Counselling service web pages: www.welfare.qmul.ac.uk/international/money /planning Like all capital cities London can be expensive, but if you are careful, you can find ways of living cheaply. There are numerous student discounts available (including travel) and there are many cultural, musical, theatrical events that are free. Students enrolled at Queen Mary, University of London automatically become a member of the University of London Students’ Union (ULU), which gives them discounts on many everyday expenses. Queen Mary is also a member of International Students’ House (www.ish.org.uk). ISH provides a number of discounted sporting, travel, cultural and social opportunities and events for international students across the UK.

Scholarships

Part-time Employment

We constantly seek students of the highest quality, and, in recognition of the important investment that international students are making in their education, we are pleased to offer a range of scholarships in the following departments to reward outstanding academic achievement: Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Engineering and Materials, Biological and Chemical Sciences, Economics, Law, History, Languages Linguistics and Film, English and Drama, Geography.

Most international students can work parttime during their studies. Whether or not you can work will depend on the conditions written on the UK immigration sticker or stamp in your passport. International students can work up to 20 hours a week during term-time, and full-time during College vacations. College vacations are the Christmas and Easter breaks, and during the summer if you are studying at undergraduate level. The Careers Service at Queen Mary provides details of many part time work opportunities both within the university and off campus. You can find out more about vacancies and Queen Mary’s careers service online at: www.careers.qmul.ac.uk

Student profile

As this information changes from year to year, the most up to date information on scholarships, eligibility and how to apply can be found at: www.qmul.ac.uk/international/scholarships Queen Mary is also pleased to announce a number of studentships for graduate study each year: www.qmul.ac.uk/postgraduatestudentships/ Aside from Queen Mary funded scholarships, there are a small number of externally funded scholarships available for Indian students. The British Council maintain a list at: www.britishcouncil.org/india-scholarships Queen Mary also part funds awards with the Commonwealth Scholarships Comission, www.csuk.org.uk

Digisha Shah LLM I completed my BLS LLB from Mumbai prior to taking up the LLM at Queen Mary. Like any other student, I did a lot of research before making my final decision. My main concerns were how good were the faculty, the learning resources and general facilities? I found Queen Mary to be the most suitable university for my course and it appeared to offer an excellent student experience. From the time of arrival to my departure, the 'open door policy' of the professors was invaluable. They were always there to support us and imported the best of their knowledge into the teaching process. Not only was I overwhelmed by the satisfaction of witnessing this but I also enjoyed the extracurricular opportunities presented to us. Socially speaking, Queen Mary is brilliant. It has a wide range of on campus activities that you can join in with and the Students’ Union does a good job representing students’ needs.

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Living at Queen Mary

Location

Facilities

Queen Mary is the only University of London College to have an integrated teaching, research and residential campus in central London. Getting to other parts of London from the main Mile End campus is easy with two underground stations within five minutes walk. The closest airport is City, a twentyminute taxi ride away and all of London’s major international airports (Heathrow and Gatwick) can be reached in an hour.

The College has invested heavily in new buildings and upgrading existing facilities and boasts excellent academic, housing and social facilities on campus. The most recent additions to the campus are the new fitness centre, the Blizard Building and our student village overlooking Regent’s Canal. The village contains residences, a shop, a launderette, cafe bar and a central reception. A central focus on the campus is the modern, award-winning library which has study space for a thousand students. Students also have access to the collections of the University of London library. All students have free access to email and the Internet. Workstations can be found throughout the College and many of the rooms in the student village offer an intranet connection point. Depending on your subject, you may find that some teaching takes place in laboratories or other practical facilities such as studios, editing suites and IT labs. Our facilities here at Queen Mary are excellent.

The College’s other campuses are all in central London: at Charterhouse Square and Barts Hospital; in Whitechapel, home to the Will Alsop designed Blizard Building, the largest open plan laboratories in Europe; and Lincoln’s Inn Fields, the School of Law building in the heart of ‘legal London’.

For more information: www.qmul.ac.uk/ qmlearning/teaching/department/

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Mile End campus

Bancroft Road

Bradwell Street 60

Portelet Road

Massingham St

Moody Street

Leatherdale Street

Longnor Road

59

58

55

57

Holton Street 62

Bancroft Road

Grantley Street

Carlton Square

55 54

53

Mile End Hospital

52 51

48

Alderney Road

50

28

Library Square

19b 7

6

8

Nuevo Burial Ground

10

Mile End Place

14

Bancroft Road

Godward Square

5

9

3 2

17 56

15

40 24 23

34

35

36

37

22

East Gate

Mile End Tube Station

Mile End Road Harford

21

Residential 37 35 39 31 10 6 30 15 13 25 26 14 5 41 32 36 42 4 12 16 19

Albert Stern Cottages Albert Stern House Beaumont Court Chapman House Chesney House Creed Court France House Feilden House Hatton House Ifor Evans Place Lindop House Lodge House Lynden House Maurice Court Maynard House Pooley House Selincourt House Varey House

39

38

20

Educational / Research

42

33

16

West Gate

ArtsOne ArtsTwo Arts Research Centre The Bancroft Building Bancroft Road Teaching Rooms Computer Science David Sizer Lecture Theatre Engineering Building Fogg Building G.O. Jones Building Geography IRC Informatics Teaching Laboratories Joseph Priestley Building Library Law Lock-keeper’s Graduate Centre Mathematical Sciences Occupational Health and Safety Directorate The People’s Palace/Great Hall Queens’ Building/Octagon

41

43

Arts Quarter

18

15

Stepney Green Tube Station

45 44

32

25

19

15 4

2

The Curve

46

Westfield Way

19a

13

11

47

31

29

26

61

12

30

Regent’s Canal

27 Geography Square

1

49

46

Facilities 3 1 53 43 45 57 55 46 40 2 21 50 59 58 44 60 51 49

Advice and Counselling Service Bookshop Clock Tower Careers Centre

27 22 20 19b

The Curve Drapers’ Bar Ground Café The Hive The Hub Infusion Mucci’s Occupational Health Service/ Student Health Service Octagon Police Box Post Room The Copy Shop QMotion Fitness Centre Residences Reception Security St Benet’s Chapel Students’ Union Offices/ Blomeley Centre Temporary Building Westfield Nursery Village Shop

47 8 33 24 34 9 29 28 19a 38 17 56 7 54 18 23 48 61 11 52

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Accommodation

The College provides a range of accommodation options including modern fully catered and self–catered rooms. 2,000 rooms are on, or are a short walk from, the campus. Students are able to apply for a place in accommodation as soon as they have an offer of a place from Queen Mary. The majority of our rooms are single occupancy, although we do have some provision for families, and single sex accommodation is available. Features of our ensuite and non-ensuite bedrooms: • All bedrooms are carpeted and are equipped with a single bed, wardrobe, bookshelves, desk, chair and storage space • Computer data connections (except in the smaller Student Houses) • Communal kitchens for 3-11 students that are fully equipped with refrigerators/ freezers, cookers, microwave ovens (six person or over flats only), washing up facilities, storage cupboards, food preparation surfaces and dining areas • A personal refrigerator is provided in all of the ensuite bedrooms at Mile End, Dawson Hall and Floyer House • Basic insurance up to £ 3,000 • Launderettes situated in, or close to all residences • Shop, café bar, 200 seat restaurant, central reception and security office (which is manned on a 24 hour a day basis) at the Mile End campus

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In addition to our own halls of residence, Queen Mary has an allocation of approximately 220 places reserved in University of London inter-collegiate halls for first year undergraduates and first year postgraduates, full year associates, IFC and SEFP students. Located in Central London close to its popular cinemas, theatres and museums, these halls offer the opportunity to meet students from other Colleges of the University of London. These halls are centrally located and may suit students studying at Lincoln’s Inn Fields and Charterhouse Square, whilst being easily commutable to Mile End and Whitechapel campuses.

There is no requirement for students to live in Queen Mary accommodation, and in fact, many of our students do live elsewhere – sometimes with family or friends. There is a wide range of private accommodation available with varying facilities and costs in the East London area. Our Residences Office can provide advice and guidance on all aspects of renting in the private sector. The Office also offers lists of rooms/flats/houses and a contract reading service. You are advised that you should be in the UK before you begin your search, as private accommodation must be inspected and cannot be pre booked from overseas. For more information: www.qmul.ac.uk/residences


Student Life: Students’ Union, Sports and Societies

Students’ Union At Queen Mary, we know how important it is for you to feel at home and to make the most of your student experience. Our students have the best of both worlds – on the one hand, experiencing life in one of the world’s most exciting cities and on the other, benefiting from the lively community feel of campus life. Queen Mary's Students' Union is located on the main Mile End campus. It is one of the most active unions in the University of London and forms an important part of College life. Other facilities include squash courts, a multipurpose sports hall and approximately 75 clubs and societies (including sports). We also have a very active volunteering programme. Popular annual events on campus include the Freshers' Ball, Rag Week and the Summer Ball. For more information see: www.qmsu.org/ In addition to the work of the Students’ Union, our residences team also organise events throughout the year. Using social club subscriptions, wardens arrange: a Christmas Party; Cinema Nights; Inter-Halls Soccer Club; Music Nights; the Sunday Club exploring London for free; and a Summer Jam.

Bars The Students’ Union runs a number of bars, the biggest of which is the recently refurbished Drapers Arms. A large investment has enabled the QMSU to offer a very high-quality social space. During the day it offers fresh coffee and juices, smoothies and a range of food options from healthy salads and wraps to more traditional bar food, as well as range of vegetarian options. In the evening it is a stylish bar with great faculties for showing live sport in high definition, and transforms into a nightclub with stateof-the-art light and sound systems. Our entertainments programme aims to please everyone with a range of events including typical student cheese nights, r’n’b, alternative/indie, live music and cinema. Clubs, societies and the community The Union is not just about entertainment and commercial services. It’s an excellent starting point to meet people, make friends and learn new skills. We fund more than 100 clubs and societies, so whether your interest lies in sport, politics, history or conservation, the Union is the place to make it happen. Furthermore, through a variety of Student Community Action projects such as working

with children, the disabled and the homeless, Union members also have the opportunity to get involved with the local community via our accredited volunteering programme, Provide. Special interest societies The Union offers a host of leisure activities to satisfy every taste and if your particular interest is not listed here, you can always start a society yourself. Societies include: Afro-Caribbean; Anime; Arabic; Arts; Bahai; Bengali; Buddhist; Business; Catholic; Chinese International; Christian Union; Computer Science; QM Conservatives; Cypriot; Debating; Economics; East London Health; Electronic; Engineering; Every Nation; Forensic; French; Geography; Hindu; Human Resources; Islamic; Jewish; Korean; Krishna Consciousness; Latino; Law; Literature; Mah Jong; Malaysian; Model United Nations; Music; Pakistani; Persian; Politics; Pool; PsiStar; Salsa; Science Fiction; Sikh; Singapore; Somali; Sri Lankan; St John's Ambulance; Theatre Company; Turkish; Young Socialist and more. A full list can be found online at: www.qmsu.org

Sports Taking part in sport at university is a great way to keep fit, make friends and generally have a good time. Queen Mary Students’ Union has over 50 sports clubs ranging from Aikido to Rugby, Fencing to Rowing. The Students’ Union has recently undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment, so in addition to the sports hall and squash courts, there’s a brand new Health and Fitness Centre, QMotion. QMotion is home to a whole host of gym equipment including a cardiovascular zone, a resistance zone, and free weights. You can use these facilities with the expert advice of fully trained gym instructors who will be on hand for pointers on training regimes and to instruct approximately 30 classes per week. We also offer classes such as yoga and pilates. Membership for the Health and Fitness Centre are at subsidised low rates for students.

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London

With 7 million inhabitants from all over the world, and 300 hundred languages spoken, London is one of the great global cities. Being a student here means that you are right at the centre of things, right as they happen. You can enjoy a wide range of activities around the city for free. Galleries, museums and more The majority of galleries and museums in London offer free entry, with a discretionary donation. This means that you have access to such wonders as The British Museum, The National Gallery, The Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Tate Britain, Tate Modern and many more. Short-term exhibitions may often have an entry charge, but you can enjoy the world-class permanent exhibitions at all these venues free of charge.

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Walks London is full of surprises, and without doubt, is best experienced on foot. On the Tube or even on a bus, it’s difficult to get a sense of the shape of the city and you may miss unexpected sights and hidden corners. Several websites offer walking plans including www.tourcaster.com and www.bluebrolly.com Markets The major markets include Petticoat Lane, Portobello Road, Covent Garden (not strictly a market anymore, but still a great tourist attraction with buskers, street artists and stalls), The Columbia Road Flower Market, Borough Market, Camden Market and Spitalfields Market. Music There is always live music in the capital, and often, there’s often a performance you can enjoy for free. For more information go to www.allinlondon.co.uk/whats-on for listings of free venues and events around the city. You can also check www.timeout.com/london for the latest arts and entertainment listings.

Food and eating out London’s many retaurants offer almost every type of food. Within five minutes walk of Queen Mary’s Mile End campus you will find Greek, Middle Eastern, Indian and Japanese restaurants. There are also many places to buy affordable food – from supermarkets and street markets nearby to more specialist shops. For example, you can find Bangladeshi foods and ingredients in and around Brick Lane and Spitalfields, Turkish in Walthamstow and Green Lanes, Vietnamese in Mare Street and Kingsland Road, West African in Dalston, Pakistani in Queen’s Road and Leyton, Portugese around Stockwell Road, Japanese in Ealing, Greek in Camberwell, Caribbean in Tottenham, Chinese in Poplar, Russian in Mayfair and Indian in Southall and East Ham.


Welfare, support and health care

Indian Students at Queen Mary

Welfare and support

There are currently 255 students from India at Queen Mary studying a range of courses at foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate levels. There are a number of societies that may be of particular interest including a Bengali Cultural Society, Hindu Students Forum, Punjabi Cultural Society, Islamic Society Sikh Society, Tamil Cultural Society and Krishna Consciousness Society.

The Advice and Counselling service at Queen Mary offers professional advice and support to international students throughout their time with us. Our areas of expertise include finance and funding, visa extension issues, advice on student immigration requirements and counselling support for personal/ emotional issues. We also organise a number of social activities throughout the year including a trip to Stonehenge for summer solstice. In last year’s i-graduate international student survey our Advice and Counselling Service was ranked 3rd in the UK. As a member of the international community at Queen Mary, you will automatically have membership of International Students’ House (ISH). ISH offers a wide range of services to international students including an advice, travel, accommodation and extensive social programme. For details of these and other services please see the ISH website: www.ish.org.uk

Healthcare There is a Health Centre on campus where you can make appointments with local General Practitioners from the Globe Town Surgery Practice. You (and your family) are entitled to free medical treatment under the UK health service (NHS) if you are registered on a programme lasting six months or more. If you coming to the UK for less than six months, you should make sure you have adequate medical insurance cover. You can find out more about Queen Mary’s Advice and Counselling service at: www.welfare.qmul.ac.uk/

You can read more about all of the above at www.qmsu.org

Student Profiles Rahul Garg MSc Management and Organisational Innovation Queen Mary is a fine institute that provides world class education with superior facilities in London. As a BBA graduate from India, I chose this university because of its curriculum, reputation and location. I have gained immense knowledge of the world by living here. The education and social opportunities go hand in hand. I have been able to explore the city and keep up with my studies. Meeting students from different ethnicities and cultures has taught me how to interact with people from all walks of life. The support staff and professors have made life in London easy. Induben Prabakhar MSc Dental Public Health Today's public health professionals face a variety of challenges in a rapidly changing world. Offered by the Institute of Dentistry, my course is highly informative and has allowed me to gain a broad knowledge of the subject. I must say all the tutors are very friendly, highly supportive and approachable and the course director is an inspiration. There are students from all round the globe on the programme and this has helped me find lifelong friends. I would definitely recommend this Institute to anyone who is interested in the subject. It is an excellent place, and London an amazing place to live. Ajay Kumar Ramachandran MSc Management of Intellectual Property QMUL is student intensive, which provides great opportunities. Students from Queen Mary can participate in clubs, societies, career days, volunteering, fun trips to the countryside and many other social activities. There is a sense of progress being made here. Although it is hard to explain, I feel that the sun is rising on this institution and I perceive a tremendous future that I want to be a part of.

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Careers for international students

Careers for international students Over the years, many of our international graduates have gone on to successful careers in their chosen field both in the UK and overseas. By choosing to study in London, our students enhance their career prospects by gaining a diverse network of friends and contacts while developing their potential in a vibrant, creative and stimulating environment. As well as being the centre of governance in the UK, London is one of Europe’s principal business centres and one of the World’s truly global cities: Law – Five of the world’s six largest law firms have head quarters in London and one third of all the UK's practising solicitors are employed by companies based in London. 60% of large solicitor's firms (those with 26 partners or more) are in London. London is home to bodies that regulate and control the legal profession such as the Law Society, The Inns of Court and the General Council of the Bar. Business Management and Finance London is the World’s largest international banking centre with more overseas banks than any other city in the world. The London Stock Exchange is the largest foreign exchange market in the world, bigger than New York and Tokyo combined, and accounts for nearly a third of total world activity. There are almost 14,000 overseasowned companies based in London from 92 countries. More than 300,000 people are employed in financial services in London and 75% of the Fortune 500 companies have London offices. Humanities and Media - London is home to the world’s largest PR agencies; seven of the top ten agencies worldwide have their corporate head quarters in London, raising combined revenues in excess of $3.5 billion. London is also home to one of the largest concentrations of national and international news outlets in the world. The Foreign Press Association is one of the oldest clubs for foreign correspondents in the world. Media companies based in London include BskyB,

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BBC, ITV, CNN, MTV, Reuters, Associated Press, Disney, News International, Time Warner and Virgin. Science, Engineering and IT – London is Europe's IT and telecommunications capital as well as a city with an eminent history of scientific exploration and applied engineering. It is home to over 100 biotechnology companies, five internationally renowned medical schools, 1,300 biomedical researchers in 28 universities and over 50 clinical research centres. It is also home to the largest concentration of IT software and services companies in Europe; 19 of the top 25 European software and IT service suppliers have their HQ in London. 46 of the World's top pharmaceutical companies are located in London and the Home Counties and the city leads the way in the growth areas of mobile, broadband and wireless technologies. It is at the forefront of developing Europe's third generation wireless networks.

At Queen Mary, we are committed to providing students with the best possible environment for learning, so that they can get the best out of their degree – and aim high in their future career. Our careers service can also help, offering one to one advice sessions, general career information, vacancy information, aptitude tests, careers talks, seminars, recruitment fairs, employer presentations and workshops. We’ve also recently launched a new law careers portal. Our academic departments maintain good links with industry and ‘Provide’ – our student run volunteer exchange - offer a range of volunteering opportunities in the local community that our international students can take advantage of. You can find out more about Queen Mary’s careers service online at: www.careers.qmul.ac.uk/

Alumni Profile Jagdish Patel LLM Since graduating in 2009 I have had very little time to stop and reflect on my year in London. I have been working non-stop! I am currently working as an Associate for Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A Shroff & Co – recently ranked no.1 in India for the work they do in capital markets and no. 5 in Asia according to the most recent Bloomberg rankings for this quarter. The knowledge I gained at Queen Mary has most definitely helped me evolve as a lawyer. I benefitted from the theory plus practice approach adopted by the faculty and I very much appreciated their willingness to help and their approachability when I was tackling assignments. I look forward to the future as my career continues to develop and look back very fondly on my time at QM.


Arrival/ Welcome programme

Career Advice in Your Home Country At Queen Mary we are committed in helping the International Students in finding employment opportunities for them. With this objective in mind, we have tied up with a consultant in India “Sannam S4” to help you guide and advice on the employability options in India. Sannam S4 offers an India career advisory programme to support returning graduates. Within the Sannam S4 team, we have extensive experience of the Indian recruitment environment. We will provide you with insightful guidance and local services to assist you with your first employment opportunity in India by preparing you for interviews and connecting you directly with corporates.

How to enrol To enrol for Sannam S4 Graduate Development Services, please email Joan Listle directly at joan.listle@sannams4.com. Or go to or go to http://gds.sannams4.com/ or Click on the “Click Here to Enrol” button below to go to an online enrolment form that will capture educational and past work experience (if applicable), as well as preferred locations for work in India. The enrolment fee is Rs. 5,000 + applicable taxes and is valid for the duration of 12 months post the completion of your degree.

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Sannam S4 can help enhance your employability: Corporates Links: We will match your skill sets with corporates to provide you with a platform to present your credentials to them; in other words, we will help you get your first interview

Airport collection New international students are offered a free airport collection service before the start of term each year. This Service will be advertised on the international pages of our website along with an online booking form: www.qmul.ac.uk/international Welcome Programme The College runs a two-day welcome programme for all new international students. This is a programme especially designed to introduce international students to the College, London and the UK deals with academic, cultural and social aspects of living in the UK with special sessions on immigration and visa issues. Students will also be introduced to College facilities and services including library and computing services, health advice and other support services. You can find out more about the Welcome programme for International Students online at: www.qmul.ac.uk/prearrival

Advisory Services: We will provide additional support, by investing dedicated time to help you with your interview and will also connect you with alumni who can provide additional support Tracking: Three months before the end of your course, we will send you an email alerting you to the need for considering future career paths, offering our help regarding formulating winning CVs, researching jobs in areas of interest, and helping you acquire skills which match the requirements of your potential employers. We will keep in touch with you through Skype and emails. Newsletters: A Sannam S4 newsletter once every eight weeks will provide you with nuggets of information on industry trends, career planning and development as well as hints and tips to get you ready for the workplace.

Anindita Lal The one year I spent in QM, I learnt a lot. In terms of personality development and adjustments to situation. As an Indian Kid, we've been pampered a lot since our childhood. Living alone in a new city with new people and managing my own stuff gave me a taste of what life is in a real world. In just 10 days post my return to my country, I was placed with the leading Image Management Agency in South Asia thanks to Sannam S4. Career services at QM , helped me find what I wanted to do. Thanks to Sannam S4, Joan and Abi I am enjoying my work at Perfect relations and I hope for it to keep getting better.

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Finding out more and getting help

How to apply

Foundation programmes Applications should be made directly to the Admissions Office using the foundation application form available at www.qmul.ac.uk/international/foundation/. For more information and assistance please get in touch with one of the contacts listed in the section ‘Finding Out More and Getting Help’. Undergraduate degrees Applications must be made through UCAS (University and Colleges Admissions Service). The deadline for international students is the 30 June of the same year you want to apply, however we recommend students apply much earlier. For more information and assistance with UCAS view the web site: www.ucas.ac.uk or please get in touch with one of the contacts listed in the section ‘Finding Out More and Getting Help’. Masters degrees Applications must be made directly to the Admissions Office using the postgraduate application form available at www.qmul.ac.uk/postgrad/ Whether you choose to apply online or not, you will need to include the following information: 1. Transcripts 2. Two academic references 3. Evidence of English language ability

(or state when you will be taking an IELTS/ TOEFL test)

Research degrees (MPhil/PhD) Applications should be made directly to the Admissions Office using the postgraduate application form available from www.qmul.ac.uk/postgrad/. There is no deadline for applications. If you are applying for a MPhil or PhD degree you should send a research proposal explaining in as much detail as possible the particular area in which you wish to research in addition to the documents listed above. If you would like advice on your application please see the section ‘Finding Out More and Getting Help’. Applying for a Visa All students coming to study in the UK for longer than six months must apply for permission to come to the UK under Tier 4 of the UK points-based system for immigration. It is not difficult for genuine students to obtain permission to come to the UK. However, you do need to complete the application form carefully and provide the correct documentation and information for staff in the embassy to make a decision on your application. You can apply for a visa when you have a CAS. You can find more information about this on the UK Border Agency website: www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/

Our Advisors in India: My name is Jaspreet Kaur and I am the Regional Advisor for Queen Mary based in India.

Please contact me by email on j.kaur@qmul.ac.uk with any questions that you may have. I have worked with Indian students wishing to enter the UK Universities for a number of years.

My name is Tishya Sethi and I am the Recruitment and Marketing Advisor for Queen Mary based in India.

Please contact me by email on t.sethi@qmul.ac.uk with any questions that you may have. If you would like help in applying to Queen Mary you can also contact our local representatives in India. All offer assistance free of charge.

4. Personal statement

There is no fixed closing date for applications but you should remember that popular programmes may become full early in the cycle. We strongly advise all students to apply early, particularly those students who wish to be considered for financial support. If you would like more advice on making an application please see the section ‘Finding Out More and Getting Help’.

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You will find their full contact details at www.qmul.ac.uk/international/india You can also contact the British Council in India. For further information please visit: www.britishcouncil.org/india_education


Alumni profile varied facilities including computer labs, library, seminar rooms etc, basically all that is needed for quality study. The staff is highly cooperative and helpful in all the matters. For increasing social communications there are various clubs and societies which can be explored. Having an academic background in commerce, I wanted to continue in this field due to my interest and hopes for the future. Therefore, I chose the programme MSc International Financial Management. Studying in the School of Business and Management provided me academic knowledge as well as all the practical skills that are required for today’s competitive World.

Unnati Agarwal, MSc International Financial Management Before coming to Queen Mary, I completed my schooling from Convent of Jesus and Mary School, New Delhi and my Bachelors in Commerce (Honours) from Delhi University. In spite of having various choices available, I chose Queen Mary primarily because it is a part of the University of London. Being situated in London it has a beautiful campus which is quite convenient as it is easily accessible to the centre of the city. Additionally its ranking amongst other universities in the United Kingdom is also a great attraction. It offers

I would say that the one year spent at Queen Mary was the best year of my life both personally as well as academically. I got a chance to meet people from all over the world and gained insights of various cultures. On a personal note I would say that my study has been rewarding because it improved my interpersonal skills, and increased levels of confidence and motivation within me. I have been busy working at home and in the Middle East since graduating. In the end I would say that Queen Mary has given me memories which will be cherished by me. It has given me true friendsfor life. I would therefore definitely recommend Queen Mary, University of London to students who are planning to study in United Kingdom.

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