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Programme introduction

When you arrive, your school or institute may run introductory sessions to welcome you and provide you with information about your course.

Attending your school or institute programme introduction / induction is extremely important - for some courses they are a vital part of the module selection process. Should you find you are unable to attend these sessions for any reason we recommend that you let your school or institute know as soon as you can.

International students - January starters

Study Abroad and Erasmus + students starting in January 2017 should have a look at our guide which contains lots of helpful information as well as your orientation schedule for when you arrive. If you have queries you should contact the Study Abroad or Erasmus + teams as appropriate. 

Postgraduate Research Student Induction (PhD, MD(Res), DClinPsych, DClinDent)

The Doctoral College ran an induction day for PGR students on Monday 3 October 2016 - information and slides from the day can be viewed here.  The next induction session for new PGR students will take place on Tuesday 25 April 2017.  

Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate Induction Sessions

Select your school or institute from the list below to see the information relevant to your programme whether you are undergraduate (BA, BSc, BEng, MSci, MEng) or postgraduate taught (MA, MSc, MRes). Your school or institute may also send you this information by email or post so please make sure your contact details are up to date. You can find out how to check and change your details on our student records system, MySIS, here

Barts and the London UG medical and dental programmes

You will find the following information for programmes A100, A101, A200, A300 below:

MB BS A100 and A101 students only

Additional information

Maps

Further information and contacts

 

MB BS A100 and A101 students only

Information for the five-year MB BS programme (A100) and the Graduate Entry MB BS programme (A101).

Reading lists

A100 MB BS Recommended Reading List

A101 MB BS (GEP) Recommended Reading List

Information Regarding Clinical Placements

Clinical placements will start in September or October. You will be on placement at a GP practice, most of which are based in North-east London but some maybe outside this area. If you have special circumstances that we might need to take into consideration when allocating you to a placement, please compete and return the form below to the Student Office.

A100 MB BS Special Circumstances Letter
A101 MB BS (GEP) Special Circumstances Letter
Special Circumstances Guidance
Special Circumstances Application Form

Timetable

MBBS Block Timetable 2016-17

Additional information for all programmes (A100, A101, A200, A300)

Pre-enrolment verification form

If you have not already done so, YOU MUST print, complete and send the pre-enrolment verification form with your most recent qualifications listed on your application, which satisfy our entry requirements.

These can be sent to:
The Student Recruitment and Admissions Office, Turner Street, London, E1 2AD prior to your enrolment date.  Please send these by recorded or special delivery to ensure safe receipt.  We will only accept original or certified copies of your qualifications and failure to produce the required documentation will delay your enrolment with the College.  Your certificates will be returned by recorded or registered delivery as appropriate.  If you prefer not to send your certificates, you can bring them and your pre-enrolment verification form to the Student Office on Monday to Friday from 10am – 12pm PRIOR TO ENROLMENT.

DBS

You will have received a final DBS email with a username and password and instructions on how to complete the DBS application form and make your payment through the online payment facility. Failure to complete the DBS process and make the payment will delay your enrolment at QMUL.

EPP clearance - For A200 students ONLY

You are required to have satisfactory blood test results to show that you are not infected with hepatitis B, hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) before admission to the course.  If you live within the M25 you must contact the Occupational Health Service (OHS) Tel: +44 (0)207 882 8700 email: occhealth@qmul.ac.uk to arrange an appointment to have these blood tests completed.  If you live outside the M25 or the UK you must contact the OHS for an appointment as soon as you arrive at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry in September.

The Department of Health guidance requires that these blood tests to clear you for exposure prone procedures (EPP) are performed under strictly controlled circumstances.  You need to prove your identity when you attend your appointment at the OHS so you must bring some form of photo ID with you eg, your passport or UK driving licence.  The results from blood tests which have been taken by your own doctor will NOT be accepted.

Maps

Whitechapel campus map

St Bartholomew’s Hospital map

Further information and contacts

MBBS and Medicine GEP students may find the Barts and The London School of Medicine Compas website useful to look at prior to starting your programme.  

The School of Medicine and Dentistry website has useful for information for both medicine and dentistry students.  The Institute of Dentistry does have its own website however, where dental students may find further useful information.

The Student Office will be your first point of call for School administration for undergraduate medical and dental students.  Please see their web page for further information about their services and contact details.

Barts Cancer Institute

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for MSc programmes. 

Institute website

School of Biological and Chemical Sciences

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

School website

Blizard Institute

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

Institute webpages

School of Business and Management

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 


School website

Institute of Dentistry

BDS students should refer to the Barts and the London UG medical and dental programmes section above for information


Institute website

School of Economics and Finance

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

School website

School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

School website

School of Engineering and Materials Science

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 


School webpages for new students

School of English and Drama

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

School website

School of Geography

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes.

School website

School of History

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 


School webpage for new undergraduate students

School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

Information will be made available here for students starting in January on:

  • International Foundation Programme In Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Pre-Masters Graduate Diploma Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Pre-Masters Graduate Diploma in Finance and Economics 

School website

School of Law

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

School website

School of Mathematical Sciences

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

School website

School of Politics and International Relations

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

School website

School of Physics and Astronomy

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 


School webpages for new students

Science and Engineering Foundation Programme (SEFP)

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

SEFP website

William Harvey Research Institute

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 


Institute website

Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine

The next introduction session will take place in September 2017 for all programmes. 

Institute website

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