Queen Margaret University
Queen Margaret University was founded in 1875 and was awarded full university status in 2007. It now welcomes over 5000 students.
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The main things you need to know about studying at the Queen Margaret University.
Queen Margaret Ranks in the top 1000 in the QS Global World University Ranking.
The Careers and Employability service can help students with careers, jobs, work experience and volunteering as well as CV’s and applications. There is also support after graduation.
Undergraduate fees vary by course but Scottish fees are £1820 per year, student from the rest of the UK pay £9250 and international fees vary from £7000 to over £15,000.
For Scottish students, the Carnegie Trust of Scotland is recommended for funding. For students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland, funding can be in the form of a bursary assessed by the university from £500 to £2000 and for international students the QMU International Scholarship, The Saltire Scholarship, the British Chevening Scholarship and the USA Federal Student Aid are recommended as well as a few more. All details can be found here.
The Students’ Union offers 25 societies and 13 sports clubs.
Alumni of Queen Margaret University include Michelle Duncan, Susan Boyle, and Mark Cox.
The University praised graduate Jake Elliott-Hook for running for up to £30,000 funding as part of the Santander Universities ‘Emerging Entrepreneurs’ programme in August 2020.
"A firm favourite with students and tourists alike, there’s always plenty going on in Edinburgh. Impressive architecture, stunning natural beauty and a rich history all combine to make Edinburgh a really exciting place to be".
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