|| Welcome to the Four Colleges tour.
Queen Mary, University of London is an institution formed by the amalgamation of Westfield College, Queen Mary College, Barts and The London Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, each with their own distinct histories.
- Westfield College
- was founded in 1882 as a college for the higher education of women. It was amongst higher education institutions established for women in the late nineteenth century, and offered new opportunities for women to reside and study in London. More...
- Queen Mary College
- evolved from the People's Palace, which was opened by Queen Victoria at a grand ceremony in 1887. The People's Palace offered education to the local community at its Technical Schools, which later became East London College. More...
- St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College
- was established in 1843. In 1900, it became a Constituent College of the University of London in the Faculty of Medicine. More...
- The London Hospital Medical College,
- England's first medical school, was opened in 1785. It offered a pioneering kind of medical education, teaching theory alongside clinical skills. The Dental School opened at The London in 1911. More...
- Queen Mary, University of London
- now embraces the strengths of all four Colleges, bringing together world-class teaching and research across all the academic disciplines. More...