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Queen Mary University of London is a leading research-intensive university with a difference. Its history dates back to 1785 and beyond, with four founding institutions established to provide “hope and opportunity” to underprivileged members of society who faced significant barriers to education. Today, Queen Mary is a global university with an ongoing commitment to improving lives locally, nationally and internationally through teaching, research, and impactful outreach work. With staff and students from over 160 nationalities across its community, Queen Mary is proud to be one of the most diverse higher education institutions in the world, and one whose undergraduate student profile is distinctive for a Russell Group University. Ranked fifth in the UK for the quality of research outputs (REF 2014), Queen Mary has world-leading research strengths across its three faculties, including in Dentistry, Medicine, History, Linguistics, AI, Robotics, Films Studies and Drama. Curiosity-driven research informs teaching. It has seen Queen Mary at the forefront of crucial advancements in genomic medicine, cancer and heart disease treatment, and leading the conversation on political theory and gender and health inequalities. Queen Mary offers postgraduate law courses in Paris and Piraeus, Greece, a Bachelor of Medicine (MBBS) at its Malta campus, and a thriving transnational education programme of over 4,000 students based in China. As well as a global presence, the University is embedded in the heart of London’s dynamic East End, next to the tech and financial hub of the UK, with five well-connected campuses (Mile End, Whitechapel, Lincoln’s Inn Field, West Smithfield and Charterhouse Square) and the rest of the capital – and the world – on its doorstep.
Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS, United Kingdom