We offer classes from a wide variety of classes and you can explore what is on offer by searching the list below.
If you want to see detailed information on what each class includes, click on the module you are interested in from the list below and the syllabus is located near the top of the overview section
Classes run on Monday to Thursday, between 10am and 3pm so you will also have enough time for personal study and social activities,
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Please note the summer 2024 course offering may be subject to change.
This course investigates the alternative history or ‘repressed underside’ of British cinema and the ways in which these films engage with the history of Britain and its capital.
Session 1: 30 June - 21 July 2024
This course explores contemporary examples of creative writing and draws upon some of the formal and political motivations of contemporary English-language literature.
Session 1: 21 July - 11 August 2024
What do cultural collections tell us about the past? Through on site visits to ten of London’s most important institutions we will explore this question.
This summer school will provide clear understanding of the different types of environmental exposures that are related with pathogenic mechanisms of human diseases.
Gain a profound overview of international law and its various areas, its relations to politics, and the current challenges of the international legal system.
This module introduces students to a range of theoretical perspectives relevant to managing equality and diversity in contemporary organisations.
This course reads the work of Taylor Swift as, and in relation to, literature.
This module will offer students the opportunity to study, in great detail, the architectural and urban history of London from the late seventeenth century to the present day.
Get an expert introduction to the political theory, globalisation and the global political economy of health.
This course will engage with ground-breaking work in transnational history and global history, alongside the more established genres of biography, micro history, urban history, and social history.
This module critically evaluates contemporary trends in the changing world of work. We focus on these trends with a view to understanding their implications for work, employment and society.
Session 2: 21 July - 11 August 2024
This module will allow students who do not typically study at Queen Mary to learn about clinical legal education, access to justice and the importance of pro bono within the legal system.
This course will look at Shakespeare’s plays and how they are interpreted in different parts of the world.
This course is designed as a comprehensive introduction to the scientific concepts and practical applications of cancer prevention.
Session 2: 21 July to 11 August 2024
You will be studying London through visits, tours, talks, walks, screenings and events.
Study machine learning by using the Python programming language and the TensorFlowTM programming toolkit. (No programming background needed)
This course will address the impact of trauma on mental health as a lifelong process interrupted in some significant way by the pandemic of COVID-19
This course enables participants to initiate, develop and present a piece of creative writing for performance.