Parents and Carers
Parents, carers and guardians are a vital part of the Queen Mary community. It’s important that you have the information you need to help your child choose the right course and get the most out of student life.
Welcome to the School of Business and Management
The School offers students and staff the opportunity to be part of a socially-responsible business and management school, engaged with its local community through its students, and offering an innovative, multidisciplinary and values-led approach. We invite our students to ask incisive questions, to challenge their assumptions, and to search for solutions to real-world challenges.
We take pride in our multi-disciplinary approach that promises students an inspiring educational experience. Our engaging educational pathways and supportive staff teach students to think beyond textbooks, management fads and overly simplistic formulas for success.
~ Professor Mike Noon, Dean
School of Business and Management
Applying to the School of Business and Management
We are excited that your child is considering joining us here at the School of Business and Management. Here, you will find guidance and support on the application process.
All applications for students coming to the UK to study should be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service UCAS.
UCAS allows students to choose up to five courses in the application. The Queen Mary University of London code is Q50, which you will need as well as the UCAS course code. All our course codes are listed in the course finder.
An alternative for our undergraduate programmes is an international foundation year or an integrated foundation year. The School offers our international students Business and Management, enabling them to progress onto various undergraduate degree programmes.
We also offer integrated foundation years which combine foundation year with a traditional university degree in an integrated four- or five-year programme. A list of available programmes can be found on our dedicated webpages.
Applications should be made via UCAS.
Applications to our postgraduate programmes can be made online. To locate the correct online application form, your child should first choose their programme from the taught programme finder, then click through to the programme description. They can then click on the relevant 'Apply now' button on the page to access the online application form.
Specific entry requirements for each course are detailed in each programme description on the A-Z course finder. Each application is considered on its own merits and receives full consideration from academic staff.
Undergraduate (September 2022 entry)
|September 2021||UCAS applications open.|
|15 October 2021||UCAS application deadline for medicine and dental courses.|
|26 January 2022||Application deadline for equal consideration for the majority of Queen Mary courses. Applications after this deadline will still be considered for the majority of Queen Mary courses and should be made via UCAS.|
|February 2022||UCAS Extra opens. Find out more about UCAS Extra.|
|May 2022||Accommodation deadline.|
|June 2022||Final UCAS deadline.|
|July 2022||UCAS Clearing opens. Find out more about Clearing at Queen Mary.|
Postgraduate (September 2021 entry)
|5 October 2020||Applications open.|
|March 2021||Applications for accommodation open.|
|30 June 2021||Deadline for accommodation applications.|
|19 July 2021||ATAS deadline. Advised deadline for postgraduate overseas students who will require an ATAS certificate.|
|3 Septmeber 2021||Deadline for postgraduate overseas applications.|
|10 September 2021||Deadline for postgraduate distance learning applications and postgraduate Home applications.|
|17 September 2021||Latest CAS issuing deadline.|
|20 September 2021||Teaching begins.|
|8 October 2021||Latest enrolment deadline. Any students joining Queen Mary University must have enrolled by this date.
The confirmed latest date of enrolment will be published by January 2021.
Campus and Accommodation
At Queen Mary, you get the safety and security of campus life, while living in one of the most exciting parts of London. The School of Business and Management is based in Queen Mary's Mile End Campus which is set alongside the surprisingly green and peaceful Regent’s Canal.
Mile End Campus
Our Mile End campus offers a community where your child can live, relax and study. We have two shops, four cafés, two restaurants, a bar, a gym, a bookshop and a bank on site. There’s plenty of green and outdoor space, but you’re only minutes away from Central London’s bustling streets.
There are nearly 2,500 rooms in self-catering residences on or near the Mile End campus and we are just a five minute walk away from Mile End and Stepney Green Tube stations.
We guarantee accommodation for the vast majority of our new students, as long as they meet our eligibility criteria.
We provide a range of living options, including rooms with ensuite bathrooms. These include almost 2,250 rooms in self-catering residences on or near the Mile End campus, 360 rooms for Medicine and Dentistry students, in Whitechapel and the City of London, 26 rooms adapted for students with mobility impairments (12 specifically for wheelchair users and 18 rooms adapted for deaf or hard-of-hearing students. Explore our accommodation options in more detail.
Our primary Queen Mary postgraduate residence, Aspire Point is located in the up-and-coming area of Stratford, one stop from the Mile End campus or a 15 minute bus ride away. Explore our accommodation options in more detail.
We are delighted to say that postgraduate students joining Queen Mary in September 2021 will be guaranteed accommodation in one of our residences or one run by a partner if they apply by the 30th June 2021.
Finance and Scholarships
University is a big investment in your child’s future; however the rewards are huge. Find out more about finance and scholarship options below.
The UK government provides a package of financial support for undergraduate students, called Student Finance. Find out about tuition fees and explore our guide all about how much funding a student can get, who is eligible, how to apply, and how repayments work. The University also provides undergraduate bursaries, which are based on household income and financial need.
There are a number of sources of funding available for Masters students for 2021-22 entry. These include a significant package of competitive Queen Mary scholarships in a range of subject areas, as well as external sources of funding. Our comprehensive scholarship database enables you to search for scholarships via School/Country or both.
Scholarships and Advice
- Each year, Queen Mary supports our undergraduate and postgraduate students through a generous package of scholarships, which you can explore via our scholarship database.
- The University has put together detailed information to help your child plan how much money they will need, where it will come from, how to apply for it, and how to manage it.
- Our Advice and Counselling service provide a range of specialist, professional and confidential services to support students with financial issues. They have a series of student dvice guides on topics such as how to plan a budget, the cost of studying in London and additional sources of funding.
Courses and Modules
Here at the School of Business and Management, Queen Mary University of London we take great pride in our unique approach.
Our research and teaching is based on the following three pillars: social justice, good governance and sustainability. We are also committed to the teaching of the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).
Our undergraduate programmes offer huge scope for students to elect to study more about the subjects they are interested in, offering a well-considered mix of core modules along with an exciting choice of module options. Both our BSc in Accounting and Management and BSc in Marketing and Management are professionally accredited, meaning our students can start their careers before they graduate.
- Find out more about our undergraduate programmes.
There are few areas of 21st century life that are not touched by business and management and a solid understanding of the key principles and practices are essential to those who manage our businesses, educational and political institutions now and in the future.
Our postgraduate degree programmes offer a structured route to exploring some of today’s key issues in the field of business and management. Our students will also develop a portfolio of valuable skills, and enhance their career opportunities.
- Find out more about our postgraduate programmes.
With students from over 160 countries, Queen Mary is one of the most internationally diverse institutions in the world. If you or your child have an enquiry about course or entry requirements, please email the Global Engagement Team or contact the Regional Manger for your country using the details available on the country/region pages.
Here you can discover more information on visas and student immigration.
Content Hub for Parents and Caretakers
Visit our digital content hub, where you can find a number of resources and information about forthcoming virtual events which we hope will support your child in your journey to higher education.
At Queen Mary, we have a team of specialist staff who are dedicated to 'opening the doors of opportunity', ensuring that anyone whom we can support to flourish at Queen Mary can join us.
Our Student Recruitment and Widening Participation team act as the main point of contact for schools and colleges. Together, they provide an extensive range of projects and activities for teachers and advisers, staff in IAG roles, tutors, curriculum staff, parents/carers and students. Their activities are informed by students, their supporters and often developed and delivered by our student ambassadors who provide a realistic insight into what it is like to be a student.