We are sorry that your application was unsuccessful. You can find the reason why your application was unsuccessful through MySIS.
Congratulations! Please read your offer letter carefully. This will be sent to you via email.
You will then have to decide whether or not you wish to accept the offer from Queen Mary. The UCAS system will allow you to respond to your offer with the following choices:
You will be able to view the deadline to accept on UCAS Track. Detailed explanation of how to respond can be found on the UCAS website.
You will need to get in touch with the Admissions team through MySIS or by emailing SBMUGAdm@qmul.ac.uk, stating that you would like to defer your place. The deferral is usually granted for a year but you will still need to meet all of the conditions of your offer, in order to secure your place on the course the following year.
No, a deposit is not required to secure your place for an undergraduate programme.
Before responding to your offer, please read all the information thoroughly – if your fee status is incorrect, please contact the Admissions team as soon as possible, outlining the issue you are experiencing.
Your fee status must be corrected before enrolment in order for the correct fee to be reflected in your invoice. Further information and guidance can be found on the fee status assessment page.
You will receive an email with your login details and enrolment instructions. After you have fully or temporarily enrolled, you will receive an email inviting you to collect your Student ID card during an allocated time slot. Full guidance on the enrolment process is available online, including a timeline of the process. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
The university has a dedicated Careers and Enterprise team who can provide information, advice and guidance on various topics, from choosing a career path, to finding work experience and starting your own business. We also have Careers Advisors within the business school who are experts in finding careers in our subjects. You can book 1:2:1 appointments with them through the QM Jobs Hub.
Teaching hours differ between degree programes, but students can expect to study 4 modules during a 12-week semester, with 8 contact hours per week.
You can email your Programme Director for specific information, their details can be found on their staff profile.
You will receive your timetable 2-3 weeks before your semester starts.