Queen Mary has developed a schools and college curriculum which provides students with the knowledge, capacity and confidence to progress to higher education. The curriculum provides an opportunity for one-off engagement and the scope for multiple interventions as part of a sustained package of activities across the student lifecycle, pre and post 16. Visit our Activity Portal for more information on what your school or college may be eligible for.
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Access to Queen Mary supports the entrance of students under-represented at Russell Group universities to study at Queen Mary
Through an 18 month programme of activities, events and interventions, we aim to help students become more prepared for, and successful in, higher education. Students who successfully complete the programme will not only have benefited from tailored academic and pastoral support but will benefit from a contextual offer to Queen Mary*.
Queen Mary Futures programme will provide students who are under-represented in higher education with a chance to explore their preferred subject at university and prepare for university-level study
The Pathways to Law programme was set up by the Sutton Trust and The Legal Education Foundation in 2006 to inspire and support academically-able students from non-privileged backgrounds who are interested in a career in Law.
Realising Opportunities is an innovative national programme for eligible, talented students at targeted schools and colleges providing increased access to some of the country’s leading research intensive universities, including Queen Mary University of London.
RO gives students support during their post 16 studies to develop their skills to be successful at university.
We run webinars and student panels throughout the academic year to support you and your students in their journey to higher education.
We run frequent campus tours and school group campus visits led by current Queen Mary students as well as multiple university wide open days.
As a Russell Group university we work with Advancing Access to provide a variety of CPD resources, online events and offline conferences for teachers and advisers to help them support students’ progression to Russell Group universities. We can deliver free CPD sessions in your school or college. Our information, advice and guidance - developed by our partnership of 24 Russell Group universities - will help you to support young people making their key stage 4, key stage 5 and university choices.