Events and Notices
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Study space at Mile End
is a free maths magazine produced by students containing interviews, articles, puzzles, and cartoons
Get help from higher-year students (mentors) in a friendly, informal environment.
At university it is important to understand that although you are responsible for yourself, there is plenty of support available. But it is up to you to ask for help when you need it. Here are a few useful links to both internal and external facilities that can help with a variety of problems:
- Student Enquiries Centre
- Advice and Counselling Service
- Disability and Dyslexia Service
- Residential Services and Support
- Students' Union Academic Advice Services
- Legal Advice Centre
In addition to the above central services, Mathematical Sciences has a Student Support Officer, Mr William Ng, who is responsible for the pastoral support and student experience of all Mathematical Sciences students. If you have any non-academic queries or problems then please get in touch.
Contact William Ng
Whilst we recommend putting maximum effort into your studies, university life has a lot more to offer, especially here at Queen Mary. 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. And let's not forget that it's also about enjoying yourself and making the most of your time as a student. Have a look at some of the opportunities available:
Queen Mary careers service can help you arrange volunteering, internships or even part-time work.
Mathematical Sciences employ students to be 'ambassadors' for the School at various events such as Open Days. For details please...
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