The Queen Mary University of London one of Russell Group is a public research prestigious university which was founded in 1785 and is located in London, United Kingdom. The university comprises of 7 campuses in which 5 campuses (Mile End, Whitechapel, Charterhouse Square, West Smithfield and Lincoln’s Inn Fields) are located in London and 3 campuses (Paris, Piraeus, and Malta) are located in Europe.
The Queen Mary University of London offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs under four faculties such as Humanities & Social Sciences, Science & Engineering, Medicine & Dentistry and Life Sciences Initiative.
The Queen Mary University of London has over 25,000 total students out of which over 18,000 are an undergraduate and 6,000 are postgraduate students. The total number of faculties is over 3,000 and student to faculty ratio is around 9:1.
The Queen Mary University of London is ranked on 119th in QS Global World Rankings with several other global and subjects rankings around the world. They offer a variety of scholarships to international students and they specialize in medical teaching and research by having the world’s largest academic health science center. The student satisfaction rate is more than 88 percent of the university which makes them top institution to study in the UK.
Notable Alumni: Sir Richard Owen (British Biologist, comparative anatomist, and paleontologist), Sir John Vane (British Pharmacologist, awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine), Sanjeev Goyal (Indian Economist) and many more.
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