A warm welcome from the Education Liaison Team. If you are supporting students who are progressing into higher education or who are interested in studying at the University of Queen Mary, we are here to help you.
We offer a range of projects and activities for teachers and advisers, staff in IAG roles, tutors and curriculum staff. Find out more about us and how we can support you in the sections below.
Digital Content Hub
We have recently introduced a new content hub which includes a range of resources and information about forthcoming virtual events, designed to support students, parents/carers and teachers/advisers. You can access the hub here.
Talks and Campus Visits
If you work with year 12 or 13 students at a school or college in the UK and would like to request a university-themed talk, on-campus visit day or to invite a representative from Queen Mary to attend a HE Fair or Parents' Evening, please submit a request by emailing email@example.com.
These outreach activities are organised and delivered by staff in the QMUL Widening Participation and Outreach team. The schools targeting strategy used by the team identifies key regions, schools and colleges that we work with as a priority, but staff at schools and colleges across the UK are encouraged to contact the team.
Below are the university themed talks available to request. Talks normally last 30-40 minutes but can be adapted.
Why Go to University?
Choosing Courses and Universities
Personal Statements and the UCAS Process
Studying in London
The Queen Mary Experience
HE Fairs and UCAS Conventions
An updated list of HE Fairs and UCAS Conventions highlights the locations whereby QMUL representatives will be on hand to answer prospective students questions.
Medicine and Dentistry tips
Resources for students who are considering applying to Medicine or Dentistry degree courses.
These resources are mostly generated from our East London GA events. These resources are regularly updated and designed to update subject knowledge or for use in the classroom
Professor Robbie Shilliam, from the School of Politics and International Relations, has co-created a multi-format online resource which tells the story of the presence and impact of Emperor Haile Selassie I and the Rastafari movement in Britain. Based on extensive research the resources are ideal for teachers of key stages 3 and 4.