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The School of History at Queen Mary, University of London offers top-quality teaching by internationally recognised experts. Queen Mary is a Russell Group university, and the only campus-based university in central London.

We are part of the University of London, which means that our students can take history modules in other colleges and use Senate House and a wide range of other libraries as well as our own.

We welcome students from all parts of the EU and will continue to do so in the years ahead.

Our undergraduate degree courses offer a huge range of options and a framework in which you can develop the skills of the historian.

We have a huge choice of modules in British, European, American and world history, political, cultural, religious and film history.

Find out more about what we teach

The School is renowned for its warm, friendly and supportive atmosphere. We have a vibrant History Society and we offer a rich programme of events and activities for students.

Find out what to expect from your student experience

Employment and further study

Whatever your career aspirations, studying history at Queen Mary opens up a world of opportunities.

Learn more about employment and further study

Taster days

The best way to find out more about the School of History is to pay us a visit. Take a look around Queen Mary’s campus, meet the tutors and see what we have to offer.

Find out more about our taster days

How to apply

To help you prepare your UCAS application we have compiled useful information about admissions requirements and how to prepare for university interviews.

Find out how to apply

Scholarships and funding

History students at Queen Mary can benefit from a generous financial support scheme, including a number of competitive national and international bursaries and scholarships.

Find out more about scholarships and funding

Fees

Tuition fees vary depending on whether you live outside the European Union. There are also a number of additional costs that students will need to plan for.

Find out more about fees and living expenses

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