Our typical entry requirement is:
For all programmes we require at least grade C in GCSE English Language, or equivalent.
If you do not meet the requirements for our BSc programmes, an alternative route (to any BSc programme except GL11) is via our Science and Engineering Foundation Programme (Maths stream, course code GGX1). This may be suited either to applicants who did not achieve their expected results at A-Level, or to those who have not studied Mathematics to a sufficient level for BSc entry. As a guide, we would usually make offers for A-Level applicants at BBC, including a C in Mathematics. In exceptional circumstances (such as excellent grades in other relevant subjects) we may make offers to applicants who have not completed a full A-Level in Mathematics. Applications from mature students will be considered on an individual basis, taking account of both educational background and other relevant experience.
We are also happy to accept applicants via our International Science and Engineering Foundation Programme (ISEFP), for which you apply directly to the ISEFP team.
We encourage applications from students with other comparable qualifications, including students from abroad, mature students and students attending appropriate Access or Higher Education Foundation courses; see also the general Queen Mary entry requirements, especially for qualifications other than GCE A-Levels.
The following relates to the entry requirements for most of our BSc courses, such as G100; the requirements for GL11, G1N3, G102, G1G3 and GN1H would be slightly higher.
|International Baccalaureate||34 points (36 for GL11 and MSci) including Higher Level Mathematics at grade 6|
|European Baccalaureate||Overall 80%, Higher (5-hour) Mathematics 80%|
|UK||BTEC Level 3||A minimum of A Level Mathematics at grade A, plus either BTEC DD or BTEC D and a second A Level at grade B (i.e. we will consider your best 3 grades across A Levels and BTEC)|
|UK||Access to HE Diploma (Mathematics or Science)||Pass the Access to HE Diploma with distinction in at least 30 credits at Level 3 and merit in another 15 at Level 3. At least 18 of the Level 3 credits with distinction must be in mathematics. We do not accept this qualification for GL11.|
|UK||Foundation Programme||Must include a substantial maths component. Each application will be assessed individually - please email us for further information.|
|Scotland||Framework||340 UCAS points including Advanced Higher Mathematics at grade A|
|Bulgaria||Diploma za Sredno Obrazovanie / Matura||5.5 in the Diploma overall and 5.8 in Mathematics in the Matura|
|France||Baccalaureate||Overall 14, including Mathematics 14|
|Germany||Abitur||Overall 1.8 or less, including 13 in Mathematics Higher Level (LK)|
|Greece & Cyprus||Apolytirion||In all cases we require an A in A-Level Mathematics. In addition, either: 18/20 average in the Apolytirion plus 18 in two relevant Pan-Hellenic Examination Subjects, or 17/20 in the Apolytirion plus AA at A-level.|
|Hong Kong||Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education||5,4,4 including Core and Elective Mathematics|
|Ireland||Leaving Certificate||Five subject passes at Higher Level, including a minimum of A1, A1, B2, B2, B2. Must include Higher Level Mathematics at grade A1|
|Italy||Diploma di Esame di Stato||Overall 88, including Mathematics 9|
|Lithuania||Brandos Atestatas||9/10 average in the School Matura exams, including at least 90% in State Matura Mathematics and 88% in two other State Matura subjects|
|Norway||Vitnemål fra den Videregående Skole (Upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate)||Overall 4.5, Mathematics 5|
|Poland||Matura (since 2005)||75% average in three subjects taken at Extended Level (Poziom Rozszerzony), including 80% in Mathematics at Extended Level|
|Portugal||Diploma do Ensino Secundário||Overall 17-18, including Mathematics 18|
|Spain||Titulo de Bachiller||Overall 7.8, including Mathematics 8|
For all other qualifications please consult your individual country page. (link is external)
*Offers will also include a minimum English language requirement, as outlined below.
For any of our degree programmes we require one of the following as a minimum:
For the SEFP we normally require at least IELTS 5.0 or equivalent. But please note this important information for applicants applying for Tier 4 immigration permission.
IELTS must have been taken within the last two years. (It will help us confirm your place if we receive your results by 31 July and we must receive your results by 31 August.)
Further information, including alternative English language tests and equivalent scores is available on the international students section of the QMUL website.
We will consider direct entry into the second year of our courses, and occasionally to the third year of our MSci courses, but not to the final year of any course. You need to apply through UCAS in the same way as for first-year entry. We will also require the course you have followed at your current institution to match ours reasonably closely and we will ask you to provide detailed syllabus information to establish this after you have applied.
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