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WELCOME

2021-2022 NEW STUDENT INFORMATION

We are looking forward to you all joining us at the Barts Cancer Institute in September 2021

We know that these are uncertain times, but we are committed to delivering you a fantastic education experience. So no matter if you come in person, are studying remotely or require a mixture of both, don't worry, we are here to fully support you.

Below you'll find information and resources about joining us.

KEY DATES

31 July

Application Deadline

Please aim to submit your application by this deadline.

September

Enrolment

Enrolment will be completed online this year, so you won't have to attend campus in order to become fully enrolled. Students holding an unconditional offer, which has been firmly accepted will be invited to enrol at the beginning of September.

Week commencing 20 September

Induction

Induction will take place remotely with some onsite sessions as well.

27 September

Semester One Start

Teaching will start week commencing 27th September.

Teaching will be delivered by a combination of in-person teaching (recorded for distance learners), an online series of lecture recordings, and live online sessions with interactive question and answer sessions where you can collaborate with your peers and lecturers.

The precise combination will depend on social distancing rules required by government and the University at the time; however, we will endeavour to provide in-person teaching wherever possible. These activities will be supplemented by journal club meetings, and other designated events both on and off campus.

Frequently asked questions

YES - you can still apply, the initial application deadline is 31st July.

This will be extended if there are still places available and we will also operate a waiting list - but to avoid disappointment apply by the deadline.

We are processing your application as quickly as we can, if you are concerned then please contact Admissions to follow up if you haven’t heard back after 2 weeks.

Conditional offer holders:

Accept your offer when you receive it, so we know you want a place on the programme.

As soon as you have met your conditions, please upload your supporting documents onto the Applicant Portal, so your offer can be amended to Unconditional.

If you have any concerns about meeting your conditions please let us know.

Unconditional offer holders:

Once you accept your offer, you will be invited to enrol and receive information regarding the start of term at the beginning of September.

Unconditional offer holders who have firmly accepted their offer will receive an email from Registry inviting you to enrol - follow the instructions to enrol online.

At the end of August you will be sent an email from the BCI Teaching Centre with a password to access the New Student Programme Information area.

Here you will find new student information such as induction schedule, timetables and programme information.

Open Day

Come to our next online open day – you will have the opportunity to find out more about the programmes and ask any questions.

BCI Teaching Centre Admin Office
Queries relating to induction, the programme, start of term
bci-cancercourses@qmul.ac.uk

Admissions
Queries relating to your application or offer should be sent to Admissions via your Applicant portal.

Overview for new starters at Queen Mary University of London
https://www.qmul.ac.uk/newstudents/

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Our Campus and Facilities

Find out about the types of projects available

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