Undergraduate fees & funding

While obtaining a degree certainly comes at a cost, statistics show that graduates often have better career options and salaries than non-graduates.

Student Finance Guide

The fees for students starting on Undergraduate courses in EECS in 2016 are:

  • Home (UK and EU) students: £9,000
  • International (the rest of the world): £17,500.

Please also refer to the College Student Finance pages for the most up to date information about fees, grants and bursarys.

For Home students there is funding available through the Student Loans Company. The arrangements for repaying your tuition fee and maintenance loans have been designed to make higher education as affordable as possible. You will not have to start repaying your loans until the April after you graduate and are earning at least £21,000 a year.

Income-related repayments will be deducted automatically from your earnings through the tax system.  Further details can be found at www.gov.uk/studentfinance also, click on the image, right, for an excellent new guide to student finance, "You can afford to go to uni", provided by moneysavingexpert.com/students/

Managing your money whilst studying

Hear from current students about how they manage their money, with tips about applying for student finance and bursaries, getting part time work, planning a budget and making the most of your student discounts:

In addition, the Advice and Counselling Service has lots of useful information on money matters, both for home students and international students.

Scholarships and Bursaries

Science and Engineering Excellence Scholarship

Students who apply to any of the programmes offered by The School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science will be considered for the £3,000 per year Excellence Scholarship. These are for students who accept QM as their firm choice and achieve at least AAA in key a-levels.

Queen Mary Bursary Scheme

Queen Mary, University of London has a generous bursary scheme.

  • Queen Mary bursaries of £1,571 each year for students whose household income is less than £25,000 (and are in receipt of a full or partial higher education maintenance grant)
  • Queen Mary bursaries of £1,256 each year for students with household income between £25,001 and £42,600 (and are in receipt of a full or partial higher education maintenance grant)
  • the National Scholarship Programme (NSP) over 250 students from low income backgrounds will receive a £3,000 benefit in their first year, with £1,500 given as a fee waiver and £1,500 as a cash bursary and other support. In their second and third years they will receive the Queen Mary bursary. The process for gaining an award under the NSP will be competitive. To receive an award students will have to be English-domiciled undergraduates, come from households with a residual household income of £25,000 or less, and be in receipt of a full non-repayable Government maintenance grant. They will have achieved above a certain level of UCAS tariff points, the exact level of which will be confirmed at the time of the A-Level results being issued.

Other bursaries, scholarships and prizes

There are a number of College-wide and department-based awards and prizes provided mainly from trust funds to students showing particular ability and these are usually given at the end of an academic year through the recommendation of the head of department.

  • Queen Mary and Westfield Alumni Student Bursaries

    We offer two new annual Student Bursaries of £3,000 – £1,000 for each of the three years. Eligible students will have received their secondary education in the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets, Newham, Hackney or the City of London. For further details and eligibility criteria, please visit our Alumni web pages.

  • Aldgate and Allhallows Foundation Scholarships

    Provides scholarships over the duration of the course to undergraduate entrants who are permanent residents of either the City of London or the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Candidates must also meet other specific eligibility criteria regarding age and means of support.

  • Eliahou Dangoor Scholarships in Science, Engineering and Mathematics

    The Eliahou Dangoor Scholarships, funded by a donation from a Queen Mary alumnus, have been created to provide talented students with the opportunity to study science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects at the leading universities in the United Kingdom.

    Thanks to a generous £3 million donation from Dr Naim Dangoor, this scholarship will assist students to study vital science and maths-based subjects at the UK’s leading research-intensive universities.

    More information please see www.qmul.ac.uk/dangoor/

International Student Scholarships

Queen Mary, University of London is one of London and the UK’s leading research-focused higher education institutions.  We constantly seek students of the highest quality, and, in recognition of the important investment that overseas students are making in their education, we are pleased to offer Science and Engineering Scholarships to reward outstanding academic achievement.

These are for students with UK A-Levels at grades AAA or overseas equivalent or a UK First Class Degree or overseas equivalent (please see equivalency table for more details). These scholarships are applicable for all taught undergradute courses in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. For more information please click here