Queen Mary University (QM), located in London, England, is a four-campus, public institution of higher learning that gets its rich history from four of London's historic colleges. These are Westfield College, originally one of the first colleges for women, Queen Mary College, founded to give education to those who lived in East London, the London Hospital Medical College and St. Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College.
The school is one of the largest in the United Kingdom, with over 3,000 faculty and staff members and an enrolment of over 16,000.
Undergraduate faculties and postgraduate studies
Queen Mary University has three faculty departments in which undergraduates receive their education: the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry and the Faculty of Science and Engineering. These three departments also offer Postgraduate Studies programmes of study. English language requirements All classes in QM are conducted in English and all students who attend them are required to show proof of a high ability to speak, read and write English. Students, who are not from English speaking countries and have not been educated in English speaking schools, will be required to provide ESL (English as a Second Language) or EFL (English as a Foreign Language) Certification.
Queen Mary University has a variety of research opportunities for students and staff members to participate in.
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Humanities students have a wide variety of options to participate in research in QM through their many centres. Among these centres are: the Centre for the History of the Emotions, the Centre for the Study of Migration, the Centre for the Study of Global Security and Development and the Centre for the History of Political Thoughts.
Science and Engineering
Students in the Science and Engineering Departments of Queen Mary University often collaborates with the School of Medicine and Dentistry on their research. Students in this department can find research opportunities in areas such as: Life Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science.
Medicine and Dentistry
The London School of Medicine and Dentistry researches on many health issues as they find cures for a variety of diseases. Students and staff work in: stem cell research, cancer research and dentistry research. Into this, research is being done in genetically passed problems, such as: Diabetes, Down's syndrome and bone marrow failure.
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