Campus tours will show you our Mile End or Whitechapel campuses and facilities, letting you see first-hand what life is like living and studying at the only campus-based Russell Group University in London.
Our Mile End campus located next to the beautiful Regent's Canal is one of central London's largest campuses. Explore the campus and get a sense of what makes this campus stand out – from our wide range of facilities, services and our friendly staff.
Our guided tours, taking place on alternate Tuesdays and Fridays, will give you an opportunity to experience our campus and ask questions relating to the facilities, application process, accommodation and what it is like to be a student at Queen Mary.
Please note that our campus tours are not currently subject-specific and do not include subject staff or academics. Due to restrictions, tours do not include labs/subject studios but may include accommodation (when available).
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After you have attended the in-person campus tour, we would appreciate your feedback so we can continue improving the experience.
Mile End is our largest campus. It provides fantastic facilities and a ready-made community within the bustle of East London. On the Mile End campus video tour, you will visit:
For a map of the Mile End campus plus information about travel and accessibility, please click here.
You can also view a 360° tour of the Mile End campus. To navigate between the 360° tours on each page, you can use the contents menu to the left of the tour window, or use the arrow keys located at the top. You can then navigate around your 360° view by clicking-and-dragging or by using the compass in the upper right corner.
Just down the road from Mile End is our Whitechapel campus, home to our Medicine and Dentistry students and situated next to the Royal London Hospital. The Whitechapel campus video tour includes:
You can also view a 360° tour of the Whitechapel campus. To navigate between the 360° tours on each page, you can use the contents menu to the left of the tour window, or use the arrow keys located at the top. You can then navigate around your 360° view by clicking-and-dragging or by using the compass in the upper right corner.