The wireless network that you should use to connect laptops, tablets and phones is ‘eduroam’. Find out more on the IT Services webpage.
The university keeps your student record on a system called MySIS. This system is used by students to enrol, register for modules, view exam timetables, view past and provisional results and keep personal information up to date.
More information on MySIS is available online.
QMplus is QMUL’s virtual learning environment and is used by your School or Institute to provide detailed information about your course and specific modules.
You can also view your timetable through QMplus once it has been published by your School/Institute.
Many Schools/Institutes require you to submit your work electronically through QMplus, so make sure you are familiar with the site by reading through the information provided for students.
QMUL supplies all students with a university email address. Official QMUL communications to students are sent to QMUL email accounts, so it is important you check it regularly.
To log in you will need your unique student username (eg, abcd1234) and your password.
To sign in online via Outlook Web Access, go to mail.qmul.ac.uk.
For more information, visit the IT Services website.
Q-Review is a service used by some lecturers for the recording and distribution of teaching activity. Please check with your lecturers to see whether they will be using Q-Review.
Queen Mary Students Union (QMSU) is a democratic membership organisation that is the voice of all QMUL students. Their website contains information about societies, volunteering, sports clubs, university events and more.
QMUL is an innovative application that allows you to access comprehensive information, tools and resources from Queen Mary – directly to your device.
Stay up to date with all the news, events, announcements and opportunities relevant to you by following our QMUL Facebook page.
Get all the QMUL news, events, announcements and opportunities quickly and see what else we’re sharing from the community by following us on Twitter (@QMUL).
You can check out all the exciting things happening on the ground at QMUL and enjoy the beauty of our campuses by following our Instagram (officialqmul).
Our YouTube channel provides whole suites of useful videos, from information about the university and services on offer to you, through exciting research from our Schools, to celebrations of our achievements and history.
Get access to our videos and podcasts on our research and teaching through iTunesU – a free online platform through which educational institutions can distribute lectures, lessons, books, podcasts and other educational materials through the iTunes desktop software. Simply search for QMUL in the application to access the full suite.
Check out the QMUL forum on The Student Room, where current and prospective students can discuss anything from life at Queen Mary to topics they and others find interesting. Join in the discussion and be a part of the online community.
There is a whole range of useful and interesting blogs written by Queen Mary students, for our students. Check out the categories and find out what the big topics of discussion are, and maybe even get some handy tips for your time at Queen Mary.