Queen Mary University of London
The Fulbright Queen Mary University of London Award covers the first year of any Master's or Doctoral degree programme offered by the university.
Queen Mary University of London is one of the UK's leading research-focused higher education institutions. Split across five campuses in central and east London, it has a long heritage dating back to 1785 when the first medical school in the UK was formed at the Royal London Hospital.
Students are able to select from an exceptionally broad range of subjects across three main faculties, including the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Science and Engineering and Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. The university places 19th in the UK and 117th in the world (QS Subject rankings 2022) and is renowned for its truly world-leading research. We are committed to maintaining the very best research, an outstanding teaching and learning experience, excellent graduate employability and unrivalled links with business and the public sector.
Queen Mary boasts a hugely diverse student population, with over 28,000 students from more than 160 different countries, and 50 per cent of the university’s student community is made up of international students. Studying at Queen Mary, students of all backgrounds can enjoy an exceptional education, and all the culture that London has to offer.
- Explore all of our taught programmes using our postgraduate course finder. This contains all the information you need, including programme information, fees, entry requirements and applications links.
- Programmes that are jointly taught with another institution are not eligible for this award.
- Read more about the subjects offered at Doctoral level and how to apply here. PhD applicants will need to demonstrate how they plan to fund years 2 and 3 before an offer will be made based on the Fulbright Scholarship.
- Full tuition waiver
- £17,609 living stipend
- $1500 travel stipend
The living stipend is intended as a contribution towards general maintenance costs towards the first year in the UK.
In the UK, master's degrees are typically one-year programmes (full-time) and PhDs are three-year programmes (full-time).