Facilities and accommodation
Students have the opportunity to access the PC Lab, including a high-performance computer and printing network, which can be found in the Mathematical Sciences Building, on the Mile End campus.
Our computer lab includes Bloomberg terminals, with access to this industry-standard software, which is used in the finance industry for the provision and analysis of financial market data and news. Experience and understanding of Bloomberg software can provide an excellent boost to your CV after graduation.
Queen Mary library has about 8000 mathematical books and subscribes to a large number of mathematical journals covering all the research interests of the School. There is access to substantial numbers of electronic journals.
There are several other excellent libraries in London, including the London Mathematical Society collection of journals at University College and the Royal Astronomical Society Library at Burlington House.
Members of the School publish over one hundred books and scientific papers each year. The School has some 20 postdoctoral fellows and often sees more than 100 invited visitors annually.
Queen Mary has one of the largest residential campuses in London at Mile End, only 15 minutes by tube to Oxford Street, Covent Garden and the West End. Living on campus is fun and convenient – not to mention a great way to experience London’s vibrant East End.
- We guarantee accommodation to all first-year undergraduate and foundation students. Find out more about eligibility: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/study/accommodation/
- With fees starting from around £135 per week, our halls of residence offer a range of affordable accommodation.
- We can help you live on or near our campuses in Mile End, Whitechapel and Charterhouse Square.
- Our housing advisers can also help you find a range of alternative housing solutions, as well as the right flatmates through our Find a Flatmate event and Student Share message board.