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CUG UK ranking (out of 144)

73%

NSS Student Satisfaction 2022/2023 score

73%

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Queen Mary University of London is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities showcasing the best of British education. The university has a rich history and dates back to the foundation of the London Hospital Medical College in 1785 and took its Queen Mary title from Mary of Teck. QMUL comprises of five campuses situated across London with Mile-End being the largest self-contained campus of any London based Russell Group university. A prestiigious institution, Queen Mary was one of only a few UK universities to use A* as a required A level result after its introduction in 2010.

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Russell Group royalty!

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Queen Mary University of London is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities showcasing the best of British education. The university has a rich history and dates back to the foundation of the London Hospital Medical College in 1785 and took its Queen Mary title from Mary of Teck. QMUL comprises of five campuses situated across London with Mile-End being the largest self-contained campus of any London based Russell Group university. A prestiigious institution, Queen Mary was one of only a few UK universities to use A* as a required A level result after its introduction in 2010.

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High achieving students with big ambitions seek out Queen Mary University of London as a premier destination to continue and elevate their education and prospects. In 2021 the Times Higher Education World Rankings placed Queen Mary 110th worldwide and is a frequent top ten contender in UK university rankings. With such an elite reputation it's no surprise that Queen Mary has produced some notable alumni such as Sir Ronald Ross (first British Nobel Prize winner), Peter Hain (former leader of the House of Commons) and Jane Hill (BBC News presenter) to name just a few.

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The university

Queen Mary University of London is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities showcasing the best of British education. The university has a rich history and dates back to the foundation of the London Hospital Medical College in 1785 and took its Queen Mary title from Mary of Teck. QMUL comprises of five campuses situated across London with Mile-End being the largest self-contained campus of any London based Russell Group university. A prestiigious institution, Queen Mary was one of only a few UK universities to use A* as a required A level result after its introduction in 2010.

What students think

High achieving students with big ambitions seek out Queen Mary University of London as a premier destination to continue and elevate their education and prospects. In 2021 the Times Higher Education World Rankings placed Queen Mary 110th worldwide and is a frequent top ten contender in UK university rankings. With such an elite reputation it's no surprise that Queen Mary has produced some notable alumni such as Sir Ronald Ross (first British Nobel Prize winner), Peter Hain (former leader of the House of Commons) and Jane Hill (BBC News presenter) to name just a few.

High achieving students with big ambitions seek out Queen Mary University of London as a premier destination to continue and elevate their education and prospects. In 2021 the Times Higher Education World Rankings placed Queen Mary 110th worldwide and is a frequent top ten contender in UK university rankings. With such an elite reputation it's no surprise that Queen Mary has produced some notable alumni such as Sir Ronald Ross (first British Nobel Prize winner), Peter Hain (former leader of the House of Commons) and Jane Hill (BBC News presenter) to name just a few.

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