International students

Science and Engineering

Our Science and Engineering pathways offer progression to undergraduate study in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. All of your modules will be taught by our expert academic staff, and you will also have full access to all student facilities, including welfare, library, social and sport.


Key Details

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Tuition Fee £19,250 (2021 fee - 2022 fee TBC)
Start date September 2022
Entry Requirements Click here for more information

 

Applications for September 2021 entry are now closed.

Progression Degrees

See the drop down menu below for a full list of the programmes you can progress onto following successful completion of the Science and Engineering pathway.

  • BSc Biochemistry
  • BSc Biology
  • BSc Biomedical Sciences
  • BSc Medical Genertics
  • BSc Neuroscience
  • BSc Pharmacology and Innovation Therapeutics
  • BSc Psychology
  • BSc Zoology

In the School of Geography

  • BSc Environmental Science
  • BSc Environmental Science and Business Management
  • BSc Chemistry
  • BSc Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Electronic and Electrical Engineering

  • BEng Computer Systems Engineering
  • BEng Computer Systems Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • BEng Electrical and Electronic Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Electronic Engineering
  • BEng Electronic Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Robotics Engineering
  • BEng Robotics Engineering with Industrial Experience

 

 Computer Science

  • BSc Computer Science
  • BSc Computer Science with Management – ITMB
  • BSc Computer Science and Mathematics
  • BSc (Eng) Creative Computing

 

  • BEng Aerospace Engineering
  • BEng Aerospace Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Biomedical Engineering
  • BEng Biomedical Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Chemical Engineering
  • BEng Chemical Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Chemical Engineering with Year Abroad
  • BEng Mechanical Engineering
  • BEng Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Robotics Engineering
  • BEng Robotics Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Sustainable Energy Engineering
  • BEng Sustainable Energy Engineering with Industrial Experience
  • BEng Materials Science and Engineering
  • BEng Materials Science and Engineering with Industrial Experience

 

  • BSc Actuarial Science
  • BSc Actuarial Science with Professional Placement
  • BSc Actuarial Science with Year Abroad
  • BSc Mathematics
  • BSc Mathematics with Professional Placement
  • BSc Mathematics with Year Abroad
  • BSc Mathematics and Statistics
  • BSc Mathematics and Statistics with Professional Placement
  • BSc Mathematics and Statistics with Year Abroad
  • BSc Mathematics with Finance and Accounting
  • BSc Mathematics with Finance and Accounting with Professional Placement
  • BSc Mathematics with Finance and Accounting with Year Abroad
  • BSc Pure Mathematics
  • BSc Pure Mathematics with Year Abroad
  • BSc Astrophysics
  • BSc Physics
  • BSc Physics with Astrophysics
  • BSc Physics with Particle Physics
  • BSc Theoretical Physics

 

Science and Engineering - Queen Mary University of London

You will need to meet specific requirements to progress onto year 1 of your Bachelor’s degree programme. For further details, please refer to the Progression Requirements:  

International Science and Engineering Foundation Programme Progression Requirements 2022 [PDF 118KB]

 

Integrated Foundation Year

A number of degrees in the Faculty of Science and Engineering are available as a four-year integrated programme. For further details, please visit our Integrated Programme page.

Course Structure

The Science and Engineering Pathways begin in September each year. Your modules will be selected based on which degree you want to study after the International Foundation Year.

Please note that all modules are subject to change.

  • Communication in Science and Technology
  • English Language I (if you have IELTS score of 5.5 or lower)
  • Mathematics (streamed according to entry level)

Depending on which route you choose, your modules will be tailored from the following

  • A Closer Look at Chemistry
  • An Introduction to Modern Physics
  • Biology – Diversity and Ecology
  • Biology – Molecules to Cells
  • Computing
  • Digital Electronics and Computer Systems
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Essential Foundation Mathematics
  • Form and Function in Biology
  • Introduction to Business Information Systems
  • Introduction to Engineering
  • Introductory Chemistry
  • Physics – Electricity and Atomic Physics
  • Physics – Fields and Waves
  • Physics – Mechanics and Materials

Class Size

The size of your classes will vary depending on the modules you are studying and the type of learning activity within those modules.

In Communication in Science and Technology, you will be taught in classes of no more than 22 students.

Tutorials generally have a maximum of 25 students, workshops are typically between 40-80 students, whilst there is no fixed limit on the number of students in lectures.