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QConsult Summer Programme 2018



QConsult is a joint project with Queen Mary, University of London, the University of East London and City, supported by J.P. Morgan, that places students into mini consultancy projects within East London-based organisations. This award-winning employability programme will give students from these three universities the opportunity to work together on real-life business challenges within an organisation, giving you the opportunity to use and build your skills, develop your employability and learn more about the working world.

Each team of students will be provided with a short project brief from their host organisation, outlining the details of a particular business challenge. All projects involve an element of research, analysis & recommendation.

After working on the project for a set amount of time, each team will present their findings and recommendations to the organisation. Throughout the programme you will receive advice, training and support from the QMUL Careers & Enterprise team at the QMUL campus in Mile End. You will also attend a training session led by J.P. Morgan staff, as well as a networking event at their offices in Canary Wharf.

City have 7 places available for Summer 2018.  Students will be selected via a competitive application process.

For more information on this programme click here.

If you have specific questions around your eligibility for the programme, please contact us at

Interested in finding out more?

We are running an information session for eligible students You will hear from the QMUL Programme Coordinators about what the programme involves, what you will have the chance to do and the benefits they will receive whilst on the programme.

If you  are interested in attending this session, email at by Tuesday 20th March 2018 with your full name, course and year group and student ID number.

Please note, we can only accommodate 80 students at this session and we will confirm your eligibility on a first-come, first-served basis.