Studying geography or environmental science in the School of Geography at Queen Mary, University of London means exploring subjects that offer intellectual excitement, social and environmental relevance and provide a superb training in a range of transferable skills that are highly valued by employers. Queen Mary is consistently ranked in the top 10 universities in the UK for graduate starting salaries, and we are now part of the Russell Group in recognition of our long-standing excellence in teaching and research. QMUL is also rated amongst the world’s top 150 universities in the QS World Rankings 2012 – the prestigious annual league table of international higher education institutions.
Our students also appreciate the School of Geography’s welcoming, friendly and supportive ethos, and we are rated top out of the Russell Group universities for overall satisfaction for our BA Geography programmes (NSS 2012). Studying at Queen Mary also means enjoying the excellent accommodation and other facilities of the only campus-based university in London, and benefiting from being awarded a degree from the internationally renowned University of London. It means access to state-of-the-art laboratories and opportunities for fieldwork in a range of locations within the UK and abroad. It also means working alongside staff in engaging with members of the local community, putting that knowledge to use through work on the London Living Wage Campaign or river restoration projects and gaining valuable work experience.
All of these factors make the School of Geography at QMUL an inspiring place to study. It is truly an exciting time to study here. Please follow the links on the left hand menu to find out more.
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If you require any additional information or have questions not addressed by our website and prospectus, please do not hesitate to contact our Undergraduate Admissions Tutor:
Dr Simon Lewis
Undergraduate Admissions Tutor
Prospective students please note: BA Cities, Economies and Social Change (LL31 BA/CESC) and BA Global Change: Environment, Economy and Development (FL71) have been withdrawn for 2013 entry.