“What a School you’ve got! I had wonderful interactions with so many people, and got terrific, inspiring and incredibly useful feedback on my work in both the research frameworks and more formal sessions, as well as in all the various informal gatherings. I so appreciated ... your colleagues’ generosity intellectually.”
(Professor Cindi Katz, Visiting Research Fellow and City University of New York)
Geography has been taught at Queen Mary since 1894, making us one of the oldest Schools of Geography in the UK. The School is medium sized by UK standards, with some 350 undergraduate and 75 postgraduate students working alongside 33 academic staff, and a further 20 research and administrative staff. The School is housed in a newly refurbished building in the middle of Queen Mary’s Mile End campus, with an internal bridge providing access to the School’s Laboratories and City Centre in the adjacent Francis Bancroft Building.