Queen Mary has two tuition fee categories; Home/EU and International. If you feel your fee category has been incorrectly assessed you can request a Fee Status Assessment Questionnaire from the Admissions Office by emailing: email@example.com.
Queen Mary will charge you a tuition fee for each year of your course and will send you an invoice in August, which will represent the charge for the full academic year you are enrolled on.
Most Home and EU undergraduate students are eligible for a non-income assessed Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance England (SFE) to cover the cost of your tuition fees, unless you are a Senior Status student and have already received funding for a previous undergraduate degree.
If you are from Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales, you should check with your home government’s student funding body what your funding arrangements will be.
If you are a Home or EU undergraduate student, you can check your eligibility, and get information about how and when to apply for a Tuition Fee Loan in the Advice and Counselling Service advice guides.
To help you plan your budget effectively, so you can check where your income will be coming from, what your expected costs will be and whether you will have a shortfall (less income than costs), you might like to use the resources on our web page ‘Budgeting for the cost of living in London’.
The School of Law has a number of undergraduate scholarships and bursaries on offer for academic excellence and contribution to the School. Click here for the full list and details.
Other funding opportunites are available across the institution. See their databse for the full list.
Finding the right place to live is important - especially if this is the first time you have lived away from home. The Student Village on the Mile End campus has nearly 2,000 rooms available to students, many of them en-suite, with great facilities close by, from a launderette to shops and cafes.
To qualify for our first-year accommodation guarantee: You must be a new, full-time registered student at Queen Mary, who has not lived in a Queen Mary residence before, you must firmly accept your offer to study in London and apply for accommodation by 31 May and you should be prepared to sign an agreement for a full academic year, at least for the period of September to June.
All first-year undergraduates starting in September 2019 who meet our eligibility criteria will be guaranteed accommodation in Queen Mary halls of residence or with one of our partner providers if they firmly accept their offer and apply for accommodation by 31st May. Full eligibilty criteria can be found at here. If you apply after 31st May, we have a range of private housing options, or you can add your name to the waiting list for Queen Mary accommodation.
Accomodation fees for the academic year 2018/19 range from £132.00 to £177.00 per week for a single room. Full information about our acommodation options and fees can be found on the QMUL Accommodation pages.