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Teaching excellence

Student satisfaction with the quality of teaching at Queen Mary remains consistently high. In the most recent National Student Survey (NSS 2016), Queen Mary ranks top in London among Russell Group universities. A number of our subject areas received over 90 per cent for overall satisfaction, these include Medicine, Dentistry, Law and English.

New module choices from 2017

Here at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), we pride ourselves on offering degrees that help our students develop not only the essential knowledge they need to succeed in their chosen subject area, but also providing opportunities where possible to build wider business, organisational, social, ethical and entrepreneurial skills.

To develop this further, in 2017 we plan to launch a new element to our undergraduate degrees that will bring these opportunities into our curriculum across all subject areas. New credit-bearing modules will bring a chance to develop:

  • the skills that will enable you to develop your own networks, engage with employers or work with local communities before you graduate
  • your interdisciplinary and critical thinking by studying across a range of areas beyond the boundaries of your degree
  • your entrepreneurial and international experience.

It is our intention to offer you a personalised programme of study and this will be shaped by your interests and what each of our academic schools has to offer. We’re at the consultation phase at the moment, but we’ll update this page with further information later in the summer.

So whether taking on an internship or industrial placement, working with local communities or businesses, developing your own business idea or working in a team to bring a project to life, you will leave QMUL ready to make a difference in the world; it’s the QMUL way.

Tutorial support

Our students also benefit from the personal contact with teaching staff they receive through small group teaching and tutorials, where discussion and feedback is actively encouraged. Every one of our students is also allocated a Personal Tutor who will advise on both academic and non-academic issues.

Find out more about how you could benefit from: our teaching methods.

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