(QMW) One of the largest of the multi-faculty schools of the University of London. QMW has some 6000 students and over 600 teaching and research staff organised into seven faculties.
QMW was one of the first colleges in the University of London to develop fully the course-unit, or modular, approach to degree programmes. Cross faculty courses are encouraged and the physical proximity of all the College buildings is a major factor in enabling students to adopt an interdisciplinary approach to their studies.
noun 1. a mountain range in Antarctica, in Ross Dependency, S of the Ross Sea. noun 1. a mountain range in Antarctica, in S Ross Dependency, extending for about 800 km (500 miles)
noun 1. a queen dowager who is mother of a reigning sovereign. noun 1. the widow of a former king who is also the mother of the reigning sovereign
noun 1. a designation of the Virgin Mary. 2. (lowercase) an ancient Semitic goddess, variously identified with other ancient goddesses, as Isis and Ashtoreth. 3. an epithet of Ishtar. (Jer. 7:18; 44:17, 25), the moon, worshipped by the Assyrians as the receptive power in nature.
- Queen of puddings
noun 1. a pudding made of moist but firm breadcrumb and custard mixture topped with jam and meringue