Please note that as a student you are expected to be available for lectures, tutorials, other teaching and assessments between 9 am and 6 pm every weekday during term except after 1 pm on Wednesday.
Your teaching timetable. This may be updated near to the start of term.
Click on the "Personal timetable" link in the "Schedule" section of the MODULE INFO block that is normally towards the top right of any QMplus taught module page to view your personal teaching timetable, but you must be logged in to QMplus for this link to appear. For comprehensive timetable information please consult the main Queen Mary timetable.
When does teaching start?
Please see the Queen Mary calendar for semester dates. In each semester, lectures start from week 1; tutorials/exercise classes (and for some courses an additional computing lab session), generally start from week 2.
We work hard to create a timetable with as few clashes as is possible, but if you have a clash please contact our Teaching and Student Support Manager, Mr Simon Rawstron.
There is a separate timetable for Week 7; see i2 Keepin' it Real - Maths student support.
- Maths office / Staff contact details
Maths office / Staff contact details
The Maths Office is in the Queens' Building (Room CB307 on the third floor). Opening hours during term time are 9:00 am–5:00 pm (last admission 4:45 pm) every weekday except 9:30 am–10:30 am on Wednesdays. More limited opening hours may apply during vacations.
- Student handbook
for undergraduate students taking MATHS modules
- Study programmes
all degree programmes run by the School of Mathematical Sciences
Most exam administration is handled centrally by the exams team in ARCS, not by Schools; please see the information about exams on the Queen Mary web site for further details. There is also information relating to exams and revision support at i² Keepin' it real – Mathematical Sciences Student Support.
- Free Software
- Online resources
This information is offered without any endorsement by the School of Mathematical Sciences.
- Professional exemptions and accreditation
Professional exemptions and accreditation
IFoA, CIMA and CII exemptions; RSS accreditation
- Topic 11
- Topic 15
- Topic 16