Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is a public research university in London, England, and a constituent college of the federal University of London.
Founded in 1785 as the London Medical College, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is the amalgamation of four historic medical institutions, including England’s first medical school.
Based on a beautiful, self-contained campus in east London, Queen Mary has further campuses in the City and central London. It also offers postgraduate law courses in Paris, France and Piraeus, Greece and distance learning programmes in law, medicine and dentistry, and politics and international relations. It has 19,000 UK, European and international students from 151 countries, studying over 240 degree programmes in Humanities, Social Sciences and Laws, Medicine and Dentistry and Science and Engineering. Of these, over 4,200 are following postgraduate programmes or are registered for research. Queen Mary University of London is a member of the Russell Group of leading UK universities, in recognition of excellence in research and teaching. The Group attracts the brightest students from all over the world. Graduates from Russell Group universities are especially valued by employers, giving you a head start when applying for jobs.
It is also one of the best universities for student employability and graduate starting salaries. Its main campus at Mile End, in London’s fashionable East End, is the biggest self-contained university campus anywhere in the city. With international students making up 40 per cent of the total student population, the university prides itself on having a vibrant, multicultural community with programmes in place, including help with English, to support overseas students. It also offers students assistance with job-hunting via the university’s own jobs website.
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