Queen Mary University of London Undergraduate Admissions
Queen Mary University of London Undergraduate Admissions
All applications for undergraduate degree courses at Queen Mary, including those from mature students, should be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)
Applications are online, and can be made at: www.ucas.com. Further details on the applications process can be obtained from the UCAS website in the Applying Online Guide.
Alternatively you can phone UCAS on 0870 1122211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
UCAS will start receiving applications from mid-September for entry in the following autumn.
Applications from UK-based applicants should reach UCAS by 15 January, although, at their discretion, institutions may consider applications received up until 30 June. Later deadlines apply to international applicants but early application is recommended for popular and oversubscribed courses.
You may list up to five choices of institution/course on your UCAS form, except for medicine and dentistry where you can apply for up to four courses in these subjects; the other two choices can be for other subjects or left blank. If you wish to apply to the same institution for more than one degree course, you should make a separate entry for each choice. You should list your choices in alphabetical order or the Institution code name taking care to clearly enter the details for courses and institutions.
The institution code for Queen Mary is Q50 .
Institutions will only be able to access relevant choices on your UCAS record, details of applications made to other institutions will only be made available after you have replied to your offers. It may be helpful for applicants to know that selectors at Queen Mary will not be influenced by the presence or absence of an indication on the UCAS entry form that it would be possible for the applicant to live at home.
Queen Mary University of London welcomes enquiries and applications from anyone wishing to take part in the UCAS Extra Scheme.
What is UCAS Extra?If you find yourself without an offer, for whatever reason, and you have used all five choices already, Extra helps you to have an additional choice through UCAS. This means you do not have to wait until Clearing to continue to find a place.
The Extra procedure operates from mid-March to the end of June.
Can I take part in UCAS Extra?
Yes! If you
- have had unsuccessful or withdrawal decisions from all five of your choices
- have cancelled outstanding choices and have no offers
- have declined all your offers.
Remember that you must have used all five choices on your UCAS application form to become eligible for Extra. If you initially used fewer than five choices you are able to add choices in the main scheme.
Extra vacancies will appear on the UCAS website.
We will consider Extra applications for all our courses except the following:
- A100 Medicine
- A101 Medicine (Graduate Entry)
- A200 Dentistry
If you require any further advice please contact the Admissions and Recruitment Office on 0800 376 1800 or email: email@example.com.
Medical and dental students
All applicants will be required to sit the UK CAT for all our undergraduate programmes in Medicine and Dentistry. This test assesses applicants’ aptitude for medical and dental study alongside the currently published academic and non cognitive entry requirements.
Further information can be accessed through participating universities, UCAS and UK CAT’s web sites providing information about the test and how to register.
Further information on the admissions requirements for our undergraduate programmes in Medicine and Dentistry can be found at:
The institution code for Medicine A100 and Dentistry A200 is Q50 and applicants must enter a campus code ‘W’ in box 3d of the UCAS application form for these programmes only.
Application process: step-by-step guide
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Step 1: Select your course of study from our list of undergraduate courses.
Step 2: Academic entry requirements
We accept a broad range of overseas qualifications. Consult our country/region specific information to find out whether you have the right qualifications. If your qualifications are not listed, please contact us for further information.
Step 3: English language and foundation courses
If your first language is not English you must be able to provide recent evidence that your spoken and written command of the English language is adequate for the programmes for which you have applied. Please see the full list of our English language requirements.
The College International Office will be happy to give informal advice about your application on +44 (0)20 7882 6530 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study abroad (Associate) students
The College runs a Study Abroad programme which allows students at overseas institutions to study at Queen Mary for one or two semesters before returning home to complete their degree.
See our Study Abroad pages for more details.
Transfer and advanced entry
In some departments it is possible for students to join undergraduate degree programmes at the beginning of the second or, sometimes, the beginning of the third year of studies. If you are applying for advanced status on the basis of an approved post-A-level qualification, such as the BTEC HND, you should apply via UCAS in the usual way. If you wish to transfer your degree studies from another UK higher education institution you will be considered on the basis of your current syllabus, academic references and results. All candidates must have the approval of, and be eligible to proceed to the next year of studies at, their current institution. Applications must be submitted via UCAS.
The Admissions and Recruitment Office is happy to advise on enquiries from potential transfer and international entry applicants.
The classification of your award will be in accordance with the regulations for your programme of study, and will normally be based on the work that you complete at Queen Mary.
Queen Mary welcomes students from all over the world. The College Charter states that our work will be carried out in a spirit of tolerance, freedom of opinion, mutual concern and community service, and undertakes to avoid discrimination against any person on the grounds of age, marital/civil partnership status, sex, disability, race, colour, religious or political beliefs, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, transgender status or family circumstances.
The College has a policy statement on Equal Opportunities in Employment, which we are actively implementing.
Term dates can be found on the Calendar.
Terms and conditions
Read our full terms and conditions.