Application process: step-by-step guide
Step 1: Select your course of study from our list of undergraduate courses or postgraduate courses.
Step 2: Academic entry requirements
We accept a broad range of overseas qualifications. Consult our country/region specific information to find out whether you have the right qualifications. If your qualifications are not listed, please contact us for further information.
Step 3: English language and foundation courses
If your first language is not English you must be able to provide recent evidence that your spoken and written command of the English language is adequate for the programmes for which you have applied. For a full list of our English language requirements please see our English language requirements web pages.
Step 4: Applying to Queen Mary
All undergraduate applications should be made through UCAS.
Postgraduate applications should be made online. Paper applications are no longer accepted.
Applicants are advised to select their preferred postgraduate programme of study prior to commencing their application. You can browse through a full list of our postgraduate programmes on this website. The online application forms can be found on the individual degree pages within the A-Z of postgraduate programmes.
Once you have made a decision on which programme you wish to apply for please use the relevant link on the right hand side of the page, which will take you directly to the online application form for your preferred programme.
Full guidance notes are provided during the online application process. If at any stage you require any advice or assistance, or encounter any difficulty in using the online application service, please contact:
(Students submitting an application overseas may wish to contact one of our authorised local representatives for assistance with the online application. Representatives can help you through the application process step by step and can upload documents. They do not charge for their services).
N.B. If you are applying for a MPhil/PhD degree you should include a research proposal. For further details on the length of the proposal and other useful information please see our PhD pages.
(Students submitting an application overseas may wish to contact one of our authorised local representatives for assistance with the paper-based application. They can help you through the application process step by step and can scan and send your completed application direct to Queen Mary. They do not charge for their services).
The College International Office will be happy to give informal advice about your application on +44 (0)20 7882 6530 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org .