All the information you need about your studies can be found in the student handbook. You should use this as your first point of reference.
- Student Enquiries Centre
- Advice and Counselling
- Student Advice Guides
- Disability and Dyslexia Service
- Housing Services
- Students' Union Academic Advice
- Legal Advice Centre
In addition to the above central services, the Undergraduate Office provides student support for all Undergraduate Law students. Sheila Shirley and Victoria Wells are responsible for the pastoral support and student experience. If you have any non-academic queries or problems then please get in touch.
Getting involved in extra-curricular activities is not only a great way of meeting people but it also adds to your CV, making you more employable after graduation. Have a look at some of the opportunities available:
Queen Mary invests a lot of resources into specialised careers events, such as law fairs, workshops and the opportunity to network and apply for placements through the student societies and the Legal Advice Centre.
A dedicated law adviser from the Careers Team is regularly available throughout your studies for one-to-one advice and support sessions and who manages the Careers for Undergraduate Law Students qmplus area.
Queen Mary careers service can help you arrange volunteering, internships or even part-time work.
We organise a number of events throughout the year, including major conferences, workshops and seminars and opportunities for continuing professional development (CPD).