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Starting 16 September 2024

Application Deadline 27th August 2024

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens once I have applied?

Your application and supporting documents will be sent to Queen Mary University of London for review by the Programme Director. Informa Connect will then notify you with the outcome of your application. Once you have formally accepted your place you will be invoiced for your programme fee.

Full payment is required prior to the start of term OR you may choose to pay by installments (please see below for full details). Payments should be made out to IIR Ltd.

Who can notarise my supporting documents?

  • Solicitor
  • British council/Embassy
  • Registry of the university within which you studied the course (for example, if translating transcripts) Translations must be officially signed and stamped accordingly. 
  • The Admissions office require a copy of the foreign transcript document and the English translated copy. You will still have to provide the originals or notarised / certified copies of any transcripts, certificates etc. before the day of enrolment.

Where will my take home exams/teachings take place?

All teaching for the Distance Learning Programmes are carried out at home. This programme is delivered via QMUL's web-based online learning environment (OLE). Similarly, all written assignments are submitted through the e-learning system.

The programme is strongly oriented towards a series of compulsory, asynchronous tutorials using blogs with students required to carry out set tasks, for example, prepare short notes or comments based on readings, for evaluation and feedback.

Do I have to visit London during the programme?

No, this programme is 100% online.

How many hours of teaching will I have each week?

This depends somewhat on the particular courses you take, but as a general guide you should expect about 7-10 hours a week per module.