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Find the answers to commonly asked questions about learning with Queen Mary Online, from the admissions process through to how you will study with us.

Frequently asked questions

Admissions

Fees and payment

About us

Student status

How you study

 

How are applicants selected?

Entry requirements for each course can be found on the relevant course page. Equivalent professional qualifications and practical experience are accepted at the discretion of the programme director. Prospective students are not usually interviewed as part of the application procedure.

I wish to check on the progress of my application. Who do I contact?

Please email the Admissions Office via:
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7269 7421
Email: info@online.qmul.ac.uk

Please note that all applications are automatically acknowledged by email soon after receipt.

How do I pay?

Payments can be made online or by phone, using a credit or debit card, or by bank transfer.

Paying over the phone using a credit or debit card

  • Once you have received your offer, to make a payment by phone, please call us on +44 (0)1223 447717.

Paying online or by bank transfer

  • Once you have received your offer, to pay online or by bank transfer, please email us at fees@online.qmul.ac.uk to arrange a payment.

How much will my postgraduate course cost?

The cost of Queen Mary Online postgraduate courses is £11,900 (MA/LLM). Please contact us for details.

In addition to these fees you should also budget for travel and accommodation for your graduation ceremony should you wish to attend.

What is your ranking?

We are ranked in the top 50 universities in Europe and the top 20 in the UK (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2016/17).

Where are your students from?

Our outlook is firmly international, with staff and students representing 162 nationalities.

What is your history?

QMUL began life as the People’s Palace, a Victorian philanthropic project designed to bring culture, recreation and education to the people of east London. We also have roots in one of the first colleges to provide higher education to women, Westfield College, and the medical colleges of St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals.

What will my student status be?

When you enrol on our programmes, you will be fully registered with Queen Mary University of London. You will also be eligible for a QMUL Student ID card.

What will be on my degree certificate?

When you graduate from QMUL, you will receive your Postgraduate Degree Certificate around six months after the award date. The certificate will only state the programme and degree awarded and will not state ‘Distance Learning’.

Do I require text books?

No, all reading materials required for the course are made available online to our students.

What equipment or software will I need?

You must have regular access to a computer (or mobile device) with an internet connection.

To get the most from your studies, your computer should have at least the following minimum specification:

  • a web browser (the latest version of Firefox, Chrome or Internet Explorer). This must accept cookies and have JavaScript enabled
  • screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or greater
  • sufficient bandwidth to download documents of at least 2 MB and the following applications installed:
  • a word processor that reads Microsoft Word format (.doc)
  • Adobe, or other pdf reader.
  • Adobe Flash Player 7.0 or later to view video material
  • Media player that plays MP4 files