Currently we offer international postgraduate students two Pre-Masters Graduate Diplomas in the academic areas of Finance & Economics as well as Humanities & Social Sciences. These programmes are designed as pathways to help you onto postgraduate taught programmes here at Queen Mary and other leading UK institutions.
If you have not met the criteria for direct entry onto your chosen Masters programme you may wish to consider our Graduate Diplomas which aim to improve your academic credentials so that you can apply for progression onto a Masters programme at Queen Mary University or another UK institution.
Our Pre-Masters programmes are therefore structured to support you in the following areas:-
We currently offer international postgraduate students two Pre-Masters Graduate Diplomas, for detailed information about the individual programmes:
If you successfully complete the relevant Pre-Masters programme and achieve the required grades, you are guaranteed progression onto a wide range of Queen Mary’s postgraduate taught programmes.
If you wish to progress to any other Masters programme here at Queen Mary University, we will consider your application on a case-by-case basis.
Having completed the Pre-Masters Programme at Queen Mary, I can truly say it has been the most beneficial investment I have made to date. The PMP helped improve my academic writing and research skills while also boosting my confidence in academic, professional and social settings. The best part of the PMP is the support you get from the staff. They encourage you to discuss your ideas with others which help improve your writing and forges lasting friendships. I can honestly say that I am excelling and enjoying my masters as a result of completing the PMP.
Mojisola Adeoti Akande
Queen Mary PMP student 2014, MSc Finance Graduate 2015
Through studying in the PMP programme, I acquired knowledge about the UK culture and education system that helped me to be prepared for my MA. I already have one year studying experience in the UK, so I know what the University expects from me and my work. For me, tutorial time was as important for my studies as the sessions. Each student has different problems in their studying, and bringing these issues in tutorial time helps a lot because the tutor has the time to answer, explain in detail and help solve these issues. In tutorials, I got detailed responses to my questions and understood what I need to do to improve in different stages of the programme.
Pre-Masters Programme 2014-15