- New Student Welcome Booklet below, and then move onto the
- Programme Regulations
- Programme Specific Information Guides (updated 4th Sept 2017)
- Module Directory.
- Undergraduate students area in QMplus
Welcome to the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film.Please start by reading the
You are welcome to browse the other links on this landing page. However, some of them will require you to log in with the username and password you should have received after you completed pre-enrolment.
FOR SLLF MODULES: If you missed any coursework deadlines or are unable to attend an exam, you need to submit a claim for Extenuating Circumstances.
Please follow the links below to find more information and the online claim form.
1. Read the chapter about Extenuating Circumstances in the Student Handbook
2. Read the guidance booklet about Extenuating Circumstances, including what it means, and what evidence you need:
3. Go to the End-Of-Year EC claims online form
Week 0 Programme for returning 2nd and Final Year Students 2017 will be uploaded here at the start of September.
Follow links below to find information relevant to your specific stream.
Get involved with Student Union and various societies to explore what university has to offer outside the academic experience.
It is a great place to meet people, can be a great addition to your CV and make you more employable whilst you enjoy yourself and expand your interests.
Visit the SU Website to find out what’s on offer, how to join, get involved in running a society, sports club.
We offer a wide range of In-Sessional modules which can help you to maximise your performance at university and improve the quality of your academic assignments.
If you are an international student, and English is not your first language, then these modules are suitable for you.
Home students who have English as their first language also find they benefit from the academic skills that these modules develop.
QMUL LANGUAGE SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
In line with QMUL's commitment to offer students a multidisciplinary education, a number of scholarships are available to undergraduate students who wish to learn a language in addition to their main programme of study (this scheme will be extended in future years and opened to postgraduate students). Students can apply for a scholarship for one 15-credit module of language per year. This module will be non-credit bearing and will not contribute towards your degree result.Our Language Centre offers Arabic, Japanese, French, German, Mandarin and Spanish, for all levels from beginners (A1) to advanced level (C1).
Our staff will help you achieve a high level of communication in your chosen language, in both every day and professional situations.