Further information about college induction can be found here. You are required to attend one of these inductions at the nearest possible opportunity following the commencement of your studies.
Queen Mary enrolment is available for research students who are due to commence their programmes later in the year on the first working day of each month. You must enrol on the date closest to your agreed start date as indicated in your offer. You will be able to enrol by visiting the Research Degrees Office located in room E15, Ground Floor, Queens’ Building, Mile End Campus.
Further information regarding enrolment can be found here.
Students starting in September or October are required to attend a formal induction event. If you are a new research student who is starting at a point in the academic year after October (and therefore unable to attend the above induction), you should contact our Postgraduate Research Programme Officer Katie Hale at email@example.com to inform her of your start date and make an appointment to come and see her.
The School Office is located on the Third Floor of the Queens' Building. The Maths Office opening hours during term time are 9:00am–5:00pm (last admission 4:45pm) every weekday. The office is usually closed 10-11am on Wednesdays due to staff meetings. More limited opening hours may apply during vacations so it is best to call ahead if you need to meet with a member of staff. Your main point of contact for administrative matters is Katie Hale our Postgraduate Research Programme Officer. She can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During our building refurbishment, research students are normally allocated a desk in either a room in the Queens' Building or in France House, but with full access to the facilities of the Queens' Building.
In addition to printing and refreshment facilities in France House, photocopiers, pigeonholes and stationery can all be found in the Maths Building Common Room (303), Please use these and other facilities such as telephones only for purposes associated with your studies.