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Noticeboard - week beginning 28 September

Don’t miss this week’s notices: early bird offers at Ground Cafe, sunflower lanyards for any student exempt from wearing a face covering, TfL travel advice, immigration drop-in session, DreamLab for final-year students.

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Early bird offers at Ground Café

Ground Café at the Mile End campus is currently open Monday to Friday, from 8am until 6pm and has some great early bird offers. Between 8am and 10am, every day, you can get a free pastry with and large drink purchase or you can get any regular hot drink for only £1.80.

Sunflower Lanyards at Queen Mary

The university’s Disability and Dyslexia Service (DDS) is now providing sunflower lanyards for any student and staff who is exempt from wearing a face covering because of a disability and/or mental or physical health condition. Find out more

Travel advice for students from TfL

Transport for London (TfL) is doing all it can to ensure a safe transport network for everyone in London. Please read their travel advice to help you move safely and sustainably around the Capital. 

Immigration drop-in to restart from 2 October 

The Advice and Counselling Service will resume a drop-in session for quick queries from international students from 2 October. The drop-in will be online, and you will be able to book a slot for 15 minutes up to two days in advance. The Adviser can provide information and signpost to detailed guidance. If your question is more complicated, our Adviser will book you in for a longer appointment at a later date to discuss. Appointments continue to be available for more complicated queries.

Not quite sure what to do after you completed your studies at QMUL? The DreamLab Programme will help you explore, identify and pursue your own personal dream for your future

The DreamLab Programme is a free group-based psychological-educational course for final-year students that has been specifically developed to help young people develop concrete and positive plans for their future. Designed by psychologists, the programme helps young people identify and develop a personal “Good Dream” based on their individual passionsskills and the needs they perceive around them or in their society, before identifying and actively pursuing specific steps to realise that dream. Find out more.