Information about our funding opportunities can be found on the fees, funding and accommodation page.
When you arrive in September you will be assigned an Advisor, who is there to support you throughout your studies. They have weekly office hours and are on hand to give academic advice, discuss your work, and help you interpret essay and exam feedback.
We also have a team of Graduate Student Advisors (GSAs). GSAs are friendly and experienced postgraduate students who are on hand to listen to your concerns and are able to provide all students in the Law Department with advice on issues relating to your university experience.
Our mental health trained Student Support Officer is on hand to offer support and guidance to you throughout your time at The School of Law. Find out more about our Undergradaute Student Support Officer.
You can also access support through Queen Mary’s confidential advice and counselling service. Further information on mental health support for undergraduate students can be found here.
Our Disability and Dyslexia Service provides advice, guidance and support for students with disabilities and/or specific learning difficulties, as well as providing support to students who may be coming to terms with a recent diagnosis of a disability or specific learning difficulty. The highly experienced team of staff are able to help with a number of areas including; finding out if you have a specific learning difficulty, applying for funding through the Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA), special arrangements in examinations, specialist one-to-one “study skills” tuition and ensuring access to course materials in alternative formats (e.g.Braille). Find out more.