Queen Mary's rules and regulations set out your responsibilities as a student, as well as stating the university’s responsibilities to you.
You can find out what to do if you need to make a complaint and the steps that you can take to resolve things informally first.
Some rules, such as the Code of Student Discipline [PDF] and the Academic Regulations, apply to all students, whereas the Professional Capability and Fitness to Practise Regulations [PDF] apply specifically to medical and dental students. The Code of Practice for Research Degree Programmes [PDF] covers postgraduate research students.
Queen Mary's data protection rules cover how your personal information is stored and used.
The Academic Regulations incorporate both the general regulations that apply to students of Queen Mary, and the regulations for assessment, progression and award. They apply to all undergraduate and postgraduate programmes leading to awards of Queen Mary, or the award of academic credit, and to the students registered on those programmes.
Code of student discipline
The Code of Student Discipline [PDF] applies to all students and explains what is meant by misconduct and what will happen if a complaint is made.
The code helps to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students, staff and the public. The code also helps to protect Queen Mary’s reputation.
Medicine and dentistry regulations
Medical and dental students are subject to the Professional Capability and Fitness to Practise Regulations [PDF].
These regulations allow Queen Mary to confirm that, when you graduate, you meet the requirements for professional practice as a doctor or dentist.
Postgraduate research code
The Code of Practice for Research Degree Programmes [PDF] sets out the procedures and practices that are in place to support research students and their supervisors.
Rules for living on campus
The Residents’ Handbook [PDF] contains the halls of residence regulations, which cover everything from fire safety guidance to rules about guests on campus.