Web publishing at Queen Mary
This website and all websites published within the Internet domain associated with Queen Mary University of London comply with the Queen Mary's Web Policy and Code of Practice for Web Based Publishing and are in accordance to the laws of England and Wales.
- We have made every effort to ensure that the information published on this website is accurate and up-to-date. Queen Mary does not accept legal liability for errors or omissions and reserves the right to make changes to some or all the information published on this site without notice
- Where there are links to external websites, Queen Mary does not accept responsibility for the content on those sites.
- Information about our courses and research opportunities on the website is intended for publicity and guidance and should not be considered as definitive.
- Queen Mary does not have editorial control over departmental and personal webpages and does not endorse, warrant or take responsibility for the content on them.
- Queen Mary will remove from its servers any information that is obscene, offensive, defamatory, discriminatory or breaches copyright.
Information for applicants
Queen Mary will make every endeavour to deliver courses as described in this prospectus. However, changes may be necessary at times. Queen Mary reserves the right to make changes to the content or methods of delivery of courses, or to discontinue or merge courses. If a course is discontinued, Queen Mary will make every effort to provide a suitable alternative.
If you are applying to Queen Mary, you will receive all relevant information during the admissions procedure.
Applicants are advised that data supplied for admissions purposes is held and used according to data protection legislation.
Information for Alumni and supporters
Alumni and supporters of Queen Mary should please see http://www.mimitao.com.cn/alumni/privacynotice/ for further details relevant to them.
Communications you may receive from Queen Mary
Queen Mary complies with data protection legislation and subsequent regulations including the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations. You will retain the right to opt-out of future correspondence at any point.
We will not pass your details onto third parties, except under contract where such companies help to fulfil the delivery of our communications or otherwise permitted by law.