When you study at Queen Mary, you get to live in one of the world’s most exciting cities, make friends from all over the world and try lots of new activities.
Queen Mary has campuses in east and central London. Our largest campus, in Mile End, is one of the largest self-contained campuses in London. Located alongside the historic Regent’s Canal, it has everything you need to live, study and socialise, from cafes, bars and a nightclub to a 24-hour library, computer labs and sports facilities.
It’s nice having everything all in one location at the Mile End campus. There’s a real sense of community. Campus is almost like its own little village: our own little space in London.— Hugo Batista, Information Technology Management for Business with Industrial Experience BEng (2018)
We also have campuses at Whitechapel, Charterhouse Square and West Smithfield for medicine and dentistry students. Postgraduate law students have a campus at Lincoln’s Inn Fields. All of our campuses are close to central London with galleries, museums, cinemas, theatres and parks in the surrounding areas.
East London has been transformed in recent years and is now one of the most exciting parts of London. We're close to Shoreditch and Brick Lane, the Tech City technology cluster, and the financial centres of Canary Wharf and the City. Cycle just over 10 minutes from our Mile End campus and you’ll find the world-class sports facilities at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. We are also only 15 minutes from Oxford Circus on the Tube.
Many of our students choose to live at home. As a major commuter centre, London has great transport links, and many students find commuting a convenient and cost-effective choice.
As a commuter to Queen Mary, I haven’t found the experience to be any different than if I’d lived on campus. I still made friends really quickly, I’m involved in lots of societies and I’m active in the Students’ Union. I’ve enjoyed being a commuter.— Joe Vinson, Law LLB (2019)
Queen Mary Students’ Union (QMSU) works hard to keep you happy and busy during your time here. There are over 300 diverse societies and 60 sports clubs for you to join, plus a host of events and activities organised throughout the year. From live music sessions to cultural celebrations, craft workshops to movie nights, there’s always something going on.
You never know when you might need support or help when you are studying. Queen Mary has a mix of students from all over the world and very different backgrounds. As a result, our Advice and Counselling service provide a range of specialist, professional and confidential services to support you whether you are disabled, have financial problems, need immigration advice or just need to talk to someone. We also have helpful advice guides to help you live well, study well and get the most out of life at Queen Mary.