Improving your experience at Queen Mary
We've installed 120 new lockers in the Bancroft Building at the Mile End campus primarily intended for use by commuting students to leave belongings while on campus, and launched an ongoing project to increase the amount of study space across our campuses and make the University a better place for you to work and socialise. Take a look at some of the other ways we have responded to your feedback.
Have your say on plans to open up access from the Mile End campus to Meath Gardens, Mile End Park and Roman Road
As part of ongoing work to improve spaces and facilities on campus, we're inviting you to have your say on this proposed development, which would open up access from the back of the Mile End campus to Meath Gardens, Mile End Park and the shops and businesses of Roman Road.
Keep yourself and your belongings safe
East London is generally a great and safe place to study and socialise in, but it's always sensible to take precautions to minimise risk to your personal safety and belongings. Advice on how to keep your valuables safe can be found on My.QMUL.
Queen Mary International Week – call for submissions
The organising team are keen to represent as many cultures, communities and languages as possible. To propose a session or for further details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org by tomorrow, Wednesday 10 October.
Vote now for your student representatives
Voting is now open until 4pm on Thursday 11 October for First Year Representatives, Postgraduate Taught Representatives, Postgraduate Research Representatives, National Union of Students (NUS) Delegates and Course Representatives. Have your say.
Planned electrical works affecting the Mile End campus – Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 October
As part of these works, there will be a planned power shutdown of the Engineering Building, Graduate Centre, Great Hall and Queens’ Building, and there will be no access to these buildings during this time. Find out more.