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You voted for them – now, here are the results of your QMUL Top Ten!

With the end of the year approaching, the results from the #QMULTopTen are finally here! You voted on a range of different categories from your favourite spot on campus to your favourite extracurricular activity. All the votes have been tallied and we can now reveal what makes your QMUL Top Ten.

Congratulations to our ten lucky winners, who were randomly selected to receive a £10 Amazon voucher, out of everyone who cast their vote. Thank you all for your contributions – we’ll pass on your advice to new students to give them a heads-up about the best of Queen Mary. 

 News

Students welcome over 3,000 people to the Festival of Communities
On Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 May, over 3,000 people enjoyed more than 80 stalls, demonstrations and activities featuring QMUL staff and students alongside local organisations and charities. 

Your digital transcript – the HEAR is here
From July, most undergraduate students will receive a digital version of your transcript, called the Higher Education Achievement Report (HEAR). You will be contacted by QMUL’s partner company Gradintelligence asking you to register with them to access your HEAR. Find out more in our FAQs

 Money and support

#Sortyoursummer with help from Careers & Enterprise

 

Thinking about your career? Whether you know what you want to do or have no idea, don’t forget the Careers & Enterprise centre is open throughout the summer. Book a one-to-one appointment for help with applications, interviews, career choice and more. 

And don’t forget, you have access to our resources for up to two years after you graduate! If you are graduating, check out this page on the continued support on offer to you. 

 

Money Matters

 

This edition covers working over the summer and how to apply for student finance for the next academic year, as well as how changing your programme or taking time out may affect your funding and immigration status. 

QMUL Bursary information – deadline for assessment and eligibility next year

To receive the QMUL Bursary in this academic year, we need to receive all the details of your household income assessment by Monday 31 July. For more information on this and eligibility for a bursary next year, visit my.qmul

Information from Brexit briefing sessions

We recently held briefing sessions and workshops about Brexit and its implications for EU students, with the opportunity to discuss student-specific issues and time with our immigration expert to ask questions. Slides from these sessions can now be downloaded from my.qmul/EU-referendum and you can access a recording from QReview

Society profile: Syria Solidarity Society
QMUL’s Syria Solidarity Society was recently highly commended as the ‘most improved society’ at the National Society Awards 2017. We caught up with them to find out what work they’ve been doing and what they’ve got planned for the future. 
 Notices and events

Get out and vote this Thursday!

 

Don’t let older generations determine your future without having your say. Make sure you make your voice is heard this Thursday by voting in the general election. Polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm. If it’s your first time voting, take a look at this step-by-step guide for voting at a polling station


New student webpages coming soon

 

Over the summer, we will be updating the my.qmul student webpages. We hope you enjoy the new look and feel – if you have any comments or can’t find the information you need, get in touch at tell-us@qmul.ac.uk.  

 

Donate old items when you move out

 

There are three permanent British Heart Foundation (BHF) banks on campus and more temporary boxes will be installed to support the moving out process. You can use these to deposit clothes, books, electrical items, handbags, CDs, DVDs, games, toys and homeware. Find out more

Graduate Centre closed on Tuesday 13 June

The Graduate Centre will be closed all day on Tuesday 13 June due to the official opening of the building. Access to the building will be restricted except for those who are part of the event. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Study spaces and PC suites are still available in Mile End Library. The Graduate Centre will reopen from 6pm.

Free public lecture on modern radiotherapy

The Royal College of Radiologists is hosting a free public lecture exploring the last decade’s incredible developments in radiotherapy – the most effective non-surgical treatment for cancer. The lecture will be held at The Royal College of Radiologists on Thursday 22 June, 6.30-7.30pm. 

Have a great summer – and keep in touch!
Exams are almost at an end for most people (hang in there, medics and dentists!) and we hope you have a great summer. Don’t forget to make sure your contact details are up to date on MySIS, especially if you’re graduating. If you are graduating, we’ll be in touch again with a final goodbye email. For everyone else, QMUL Student will be back in September. In the meantime, make sure to keep up with all things Queen Mary on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels.
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