How to Apply
The School of History at Queen Mary is a friendly, diverse and exciting community of scholars, which stretches from first year undergraduates to senior professors.
We welcome all applications to join that community and will assess each application on its individual merits.
All applications for undergraduate degrees are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service, UCAS(link is external).
If you are currently at school or sixth form college in the UK, your teachers will guide you through the application process.
If you are applying from outside the UK, please contact our International Office for guidance on UCAS, the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service.
You can find out more about our admissions policy, including information for mature students, disabled applicants, and those taking other qualifications, from our Admissions Office.
For undergraduate applicants taking A-levels, our standard offer is ABB (not including General Studies or Critical Thinking)..
Please check individual course pages for further information.
What happens after you apply?
When we receive your application, we will assess it on the basis of your personal statement, reference, and grades (achieved and predicted). We aim to look at the form as a whole and take into account all the information provided. We do not prioritise one section over another.
We may invite you to take part in an interview, so that we can find out more about your historical interests and why you want to come to Queen Mary. The interview will be very informal, with no 'trick questions or ‘hidden agendas’. You will have a chance to meet some of students and to ask any questions that you might have.
We are always keen to hear from potential applicants. To discuss future or current applications, please contact us:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org(link sends e-mail)
Telephone: +44 (0) 207 882 8370