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Supporting Queen Mary

Universities have a truly transformative effect on society, whether that is through educating and developing our students or through the impact of our research, both nationally and internationally.

Gifts to support Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) allow us to do more of this important work even more effectively. Every donation will be used to build on established excellence and will allow us to do things that would otherwise not be possible.

By making a gift, you will join over a thousand donors who have chosen to support QMUL and make a difference to the lives of our students, staff and the rest of the world.

The most effective way of supporting our students is through the Annual Fund, which provides important financial support to students and provides them with additional opportunities for academic and personal development.

If you would like to support any area of our research, we would be delighted to discuss this with you personally - please contact us.


Papia Kabir on Queen Mary Campus

'To the alumni who support students through bursaries and scholarships, thank you! Scholarships are not just about the financial help but the positive labels that come with being recognised for merit also; it’s a stepping stone early on in our academic careers and gives us the helping hand we wouldn’t have gotten otherwise. Thank you for making this big difference in my life!'

Papia Kabir, History and Politics


Kevin Gurung on Queen Mary Campus

'I feel independent after being given this scholarship, which will go towards my studies. I hope to buy a stethoscope and a blood pressure machine, equipment many medical students have, as well as some books for my course.

I’m so thankful for this scholarship and to the alumni who funded it. Thank you for being so generous to me and other students of this University.'

Kevin Gurung, Medicine


To make a gift please download and send the completed form back to us at:

Annual Fund Gift Form 2020 [PDF 568KB]

Development and Alumni Engagement Directorate
Queen Mary University of London
Mile End Road
E1 4NS