A relaxed space on our Whitechapel campus providing great food and drink. In the evenings, the space transforms to host a range of events.
A space for quiet reflection and prayer for both students and staff on the second floor of the Students' Union Hub.
Chill-out space where you can socialise with your friends. In the evenings, it is home to some of our club nights.
Great quality food at affordable prices, it is also home to some of our biggest and best on-campus events.
Qmotion is home to a fully equipped open plan gym, a Sports hall, a Female only gym, squash court and Studio rooms hosting a range of daily activities and classes.
13th - 17th February - Get involved with our programme of activities!
Hear from School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences Rep, Aisha, about her Instagram Q&A for IAM, her rep role and plans for the year.
Relax in our high street style café with a great range of food and drink from toasted paninis to Fairtrade coffee and refreshing fruit smoothies.
Run to be the next Sports or Societies Officer. Nominations are now open for the Spring Elections 2023. Nominations close on 15 February 2023 at 12pm (midday).
Since the exams moved online a few years ago we have seen an increase in academic misconduct, find out how you can avoid academic misconduct.
PhD research candidate, Amy Dowse, has put together an A-Z of disabilities outlining causes, symptoms and treatments.
Hear from Rahma, our Barts and The London Pre-Clinical Rep, about her upcoming event, the importance of challenging Islamophobia, and what it means to be a rep.
The Student group Awards give you all the opportunity to nominate your society or an individual without your society to get recognised for their hard work throughout the year.
Eszter, the Postgraduate Engagement Assistant shares top tips for balancing work and wellbeing, in this *NEW* StudyWell article!
Download and view our latest drinks menu here.
Each month we award the Course Rep of the Month title to a rep from each faculty.
you can view the course rep of the month's winners here.
Khalid, President of the Islamic Society (ISOC), and a member of the IAM 2021 Organising Committee, discusses the campaign and why it's important to raise awareness of Islamophobia.
This is a statement of Queen Mary Students’ Union’s solidarity with the current QMUCU strike action.
Run to be the next Volunteering Officer. Nominations are now open for the Spring Elections 2023. Nominations close on 15 February 2023 at 12pm (midday).
Tuesday nights just got cooler! Come and chillout at Drapers, we've got table tennis, giant pong and more. Don't forget we've got awesome drink deals for you too!
Download and view the latest drinks menu here.
Got a hobby or passion you love, or something new you really want to try? We have over 200 Societies and Sports Clubs that will link you up with other people who like the same stuff too!
Study smarter not harder - top tips from your former VP Science and Engineering Bilge Kacmaz
Your VP S&E and VP H&SS have been working to collate information and support you might need when looking for Postgraduate Funding.
Shall seek feedback on activities and represent all students studying at the Malta campus.
From nominations to voting, find out everything you need to know about being a candidate during our Elections.
Use a Reuseable Cup at Ground Cafe and you'll enjoy 50p off any coffee purchase. It's just one way your Students' Union is being green.
As Students' Union's, we want to understand you and your experiences so that we can better represent and support you. By taking part in our insight work you are helping us to help you, and help other future students.
Get recognised for your volunteering contributions!
Our new timetable is now live this January, view our latest timetable here to see what classes we got on offer!
Want to know more about what happens at a Get Active session? Well you've come to the right place! Read our handy session guide for what to expect.
Quest Radio will be running tours of their on-campus radio station throughout the Welcome Fair
Gym members and non-members can book the squash court up to seven days in advance either at the Qmotion Reception or over the phone on 020 7882 8040
Shall seek feedback from and represent all students studying at the Malta campus on education issues.
The Students' Union’s Asian Heritage Month campaign takes place in March, led by our student groups and reps, and is aimed at celebrating Asian heritage and culture.
We have changed a number of our procedures to make sure you feel safe in our spaces. This includes training, test kits, increased security at our venues and more.
Course Rep of the Month is our scheme designed to recognise and reward the hard work that our amazing Course Reps do!
The Student Group Awards is our way of recognising societies and individuals for their hard work and achievements throughout the year.
Your VP S&E for 21/22 has been working with Careers and Enterprise and the Faculty of Science and Engineering to promote internships for S&E students.
We take you through the key information about the Elections, explain who RON is and let you know how to cast your vote
We are delighted to announce the arrival of our new Qmotion Sport & Fitness Centre app. The Qmotion app is the one-stop-shop for all your on-campus sport, health and wellbeing needs.
Works to develop links with Barts and The London graduates. They'll provide them with updates and support with events and activities.
Visit the Union Shop to check out our great new range of official Queen Mary branded clothing, merchandise, stationery and gifts. You can also buy from our new online shop.
As we head towards the end of term, our shops and venues will be changing their opening times.
Organises events for students in Malta and supports the promotion of events and activities.
The Students' Union’s LGBT+ History Month campaign takes place during national LGBTQ+ History Month in February and is led by our LGBT+ societies and reps.
The Board of Trustees have released a statement on the Students' Union's disaffiliation from the National Union of Students (NUS) following the Annual Student Meeting.
Supports by helping to schedule and promote meetings, taking minutes and ensuring the meetings operate smoothly.
The Students' Union’s Jewish Heritage Fortnight campaign is led by our Jewish and Israel Society, aimed at celebrating Jewish heritage and culture and raising awareness of antisemitism.
Creates change and represents BL students of African, Asian, Caribbean, Arab, Latin American & Pacific descent.
Visit the Union Shop Cafe for our delicious range of freshly made Protein Shakes, Smoothies, Vegetable Juices and hot drinks.
Gathers feedback from and represents all students studying within the Institute, works with the Education Zone to improve the student experience
We are having yet another great year for society success stories here at Queen Mary with two society nominations at Bright Networks yearly awards ceremony.
Disability Awareness Fortnight is our campaign coinciding with national Disability History Month and is led by our Disabled and SLD Reps for Mile End and Barts and The London.
Enjoy hot drinks and chill out, relax or study in our in-store cafe seating area. Click here to find out more about where your coffee comes from!
Gathers feedback from and represents all students studying within the Blizard Institute, works with the Education Zone to improve the student experience
On Monday 21 November, the University’s Senior Executive Team (SET) came together with student leaders at an event hosted by the Queen Mary Students’ Union
Represents society members and acts as their voice, approves new societies, allocates funding and helps to improve society processes and support.
The Students' Union’s Islamophobia Awareness Month campaign takes place during national Islamophobia Awareness Month in November and is led by our student groups and reps.
There is a significant phishing campaign at the moment targeting Queen Mary staff and students, requesting that vouchers are purchased.
Represents Sports Clubs and their members and leads the Club Sport Committee to approve new Sports Clubs and allocate funding.
The Students' Union’s Black History Month campaign takes place during national Black History Month in October and is led by our student groups and reps.
Find out more about what happened at the Annual Student Meeting on Monday 28th November 2022 and see what students decided should become Students' Union policy.
Seeks feedback and represents students on welfare, equal opportunity and welfare issues.
The leader of the Dental Society represents Dental students and works to improve their student experience within dentistry.
As many of you are aware, UCU is currently considering taking strike action or another form of industrial action. Read our frequently asked questions here.
Learn more about our Liberation Fund for projects and events that aim to challenge structural oppression & support marginalised communities.
Many of you are perhaps panicking over how unprepared you feel over your assessments and exams. However, be aware of the large and growing market of companies and individuals looking to exploit this situation that could affect your academic integrity.
Learn about the work we are doing through our action plan to challenge all forms of sexual and gender-based violence at Queen Mary.
Represent BL students with disabilities and specific learning difficulties and be their voice on the issues they face.
Our thoughts are with those affected by the events in Iran and the Iranian women community as a whole. Queen Mary Students’ Union expresses solidarity with everyone affected.
Helps to engage students in BLSA by supporting marketing, campaigns and social media and by developing the BLSA brand.
We're delighted to announce a £6 million investment in new facilities at the Whitechapel Campus. Find out more at our open exhibition on Friday
Organises events for students at Barts and The London and supports the promotion of events and activities.
The people of Pakistan are currently facing unprecedented devastation due to floods. Our thoughts are with all those affected and with the Pakistani community as a whole.
Mile End is a residential hub with a community vibe surrounded by green spaces. A place for quietness, whilst still being in close proximity to the city, there is no better location to be to experience all that London has to offer.
Seeks feedback from & represents students who are studying within the Institute of Dentistry, works with Education Zone to improve the student experience
Whitechapel is a vibrant and multicultural part of the city with amazing links to the hotspots and iconic places which make London famous. Feel the heart and soul of London here, and experience city life at its finest.
Seeks feedback from & represents Year 1, 2 & foundation students, works with Education Zone to improve the student experience
Due to the state funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II there are some changes to Students' Union services and the Freshers' events programme on Monday 19th September.
Seeks feedback from & represents Year 3, 4 & 5 students at BL, works with Education Zone to improve the student experience
Our Advice and Counselling service have put together this guide of what to look out for and how to report an incident of drink spiking.
Queen Mary Students’ Union are saddened to hear about the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and extend our condolences to the Royal Family at this time. Read our full statement here.
Seeks feedback from and is voice of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans plus BL community. They also work on related campaigns and projects.
Hours across your Students' Union spaces will be different over summer. View our article to see the times for our spaces.
Seeks feedback from and represents international students at BL on the academic and welfare issues affecting them.
Further strike action will take place during May. Read our handy guide that provides further information and some FAQs
Our annual Education Awards took place on the 6th of April where we recognised and celebrated the important work done by many students and staff.
Our NUS Delegates attended the recent NUS Conference which is an annual event organised by the National Union of Students.
Remembrance Sunday is always held on the second Sunday in November, while Armistice Day is always held on the eleventh day of the eleventh month to commemorate the signing of the armistice.
The RAG Officer (BL) will choose the BL RAG charities for the year and work with others to find innovative, exciting ways to fundraise.
Content warning: This message concerns spiking and, as such, contains references that some students may find distressing
It’s difficult to talk about the journey coffee has through without acknowledging its dark past. The road to ending up in all of our lives..
Following our statement regarding drink spiking and student safety, we have released an update regarding the Hail Scary and Final Whistle events due to take place on Wednesday 27th.
View the winners of our 2021-22 Autumn Elections. Thank you to all the candidates who nominated themselves and took part in the Elections.
This month, we’ve been speaking to a few of your student representatives to get their thoughts on Pride! This week we chatted to Isidora, your incoming LGBT+ Rep (Mile End) for 2021-22
We're excited to welcome you back at Qmotion! Check out the changes we've made to ensure you have a safe space whilst working out.
Our latest statement and action plan regarding incidents of sexual violence and harassment.
Your Trans Representative Courtney Mann shares a statement on the repealing of the Gender Recognition Act
Read the statement from your Executive Officers, expressing their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement
Sign the open letter that was sent to the University over their response to George Floyd's murder and the Black Lives Matter movement
Take a look at some resources of how you can help and support those who need it right now, which were kindly compiled by our ACS Society..
Don't forgot to check out Part 2 of our Be Kind To Your Mind Guide, which focuses on mindfulness, learning new skills and giving back to the community!
As part of our Be Kind To Your Mind re-launch, we talk about the importance of connecting with others and staying active during your time inside during Covid-19
Supports the BLSA Board by helping to schedule and promote meetings, taking minutes and ensuring the meetings operate smoothly.
Represents society members and acts as their voice, approves new societies, allocates funding and helps to improve society processes and support.
Represents BL Sports Clubs and their members and leads the Club Sport Committee to approve new Sports Clubs and allocate funding.
Runs campaigns and projects, organises events and raises awareness of sustainable behaviours and issues.
Assists with BLSA finances, managing the association fund, funding applications & assisting VPs in funding for flagship events.
VP Barts is one of the BLSA student leaders. They lead operations zone, plan flagship events and community-building initiatives & support BLSA operations
VP London is one of the BLSA student leaders. They lead education zone, plan flagship events & community-building initiatives & support BLSA operations.
Seeks feedback from and represents students involved in volunteering. They also support events and training.
Seeks feedback and represents students on welfare, equal opportunity and welfare issues in the School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Seeks feedback from & represents students who are studying within the William Harvey Institute, works with Education Zone to improve the student experience
Seeks feedback from & represents students within Wolfson Institute of Population Health, works with Education Zone to improve the student experience
Seeks feedback and represents the interests of women and is their voice on issues they face. They also lead the Women's Forum.