How do we support our students?
The School of Mathematical Sciences is committed to supporting you through your studies and there is a wide range of support services available both in the School and within QMUL to assist you during your time here.
You will be assigned an Academic Advisor when you enrol with us who will usually stay with you during your time at QMUL. Your Academic Advisor can help to guide you through any academic issues, such as choosing which modules to study.
The School of Mathematical Sciences has a dedicated Student Support Officer to provide you with advice and guidance on any issues that are not primarily academic. The Student Support Officer oversees the i2 - Keepin' It Real initiative which exists to promote and support a positive student experience and is also able to direct you to appropriate QMUL support services. For more information about central student support services, please see Advice and Counselling (link is external).
Peer Assisted Study Support
PASS (Peer Assisted Study Support) is a mentoring group run by older students to help make uni life that little bit easier. All the mentors are second and third year maths students so they all know what you're going through and can pass down their wisdom. Whether you require some extra help with maths homework or exams, or want advice about uni life and what's in store for you, our mentoring team are more than willing to help.