Here you'll find an additional list of support services, based at both Queen Mary University of London and in the wider community.

Useful support links

Here is a list of additional services, based at both Queen Mary University of London and in the wider community, that you might find useful during your studies.

Students’ Union Academic Advice Service

The Students’ Union provides confidential advice and advocacy support on a range of academic issues including extenuating circumstances, appeals, academic misconduct investigations, disciplinary hearings and complaints. The service is confidential, non-judgemental and free and is open to all current students. It is independent from Queen Mary University of London, meaning issues discussed with the service will not appear on your University record without your consent.

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Careers and Enterprise

Whether you have a particular job in mind and want advice to help you get there, or you are not sure what you want to do next, the Careers and Enterprise Centre can provide a range of support to help you prepare for your future.

Room WG3 of the Queens Building

020 7882 8533

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Language Centre

Offers a range of programmes in academic English and study skills, including an In-Sessional programme for students currently studying at Queen Mary, Pre-Sessional programmes, Foundations programmes and Pre-Masters graduate diplomas to prepare students for their undergraduate and postgraduate studies, courses in modern languages and courses for specific purposes (including law, medicine and dentistry).

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Academic Skills

Academic Skills Enhancement (ASE) supports students in developing the skills they need to excel at university. This is done through one-to-one tutorials, workshops and online resources for students at all levels. They also work with peer mentors and collaborate with academic staff to embed their support into the curriculum.

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Legal Advice Centre

Provides free legal advice to members of the public, staff and students at Queen Mary University of London.

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Peer Assisted Study Support (PASS)

A course-based undergraduate peer mentoring scheme run for students by students. It gives first year students the opportunity to discuss study problems in a friendly, informal setting and get general advice from higher-year undergraduates in their subject.

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Student Enquiry Centre

The Student Enquiry Centre is the front face of the Academic Registry and assists current and former undergraduate and postgraduate taught students with a wide range of issues and queries.

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Citizens Advice

Network of charities providing free, confidential information and advice to assist people with money, legal, consumer and a wide range of other problems.

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Advice Now

An independent, not for profit website providing accurate, practical information on rights and the law in England and Wales.

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Representation and Democracy

Contact the Representation and Democracy team at your Students’ Union with any questions you may have.