Professor Adrienne Scullion
With a huge range of undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes on offer, as well as a vibrant postgraduate research culture with opportunities for study in over 25 disciplines, I am sure you will find a programme of study to both challenge and inspire you to excel in your chosen career.
An intellectual powerhouse
Spanning everything from traditional humanities and social science subjects to cutting-edge areas in Creative Arts and applied professional studies.
Over 40 per cent of our research is ranked in the top 25 per cent for its respective subject area, with a further 40 per cent in the top 50 per cent nationally.
A collaborative culture
Our interdisciplinary environment allows students from all fields the opportunity to interact with academic leaders and participate in their research.
Areas of notable excellence include Creative Writing, Sonic Arts, Global Financial Markets, Children’s Well-being, Poverty and Social Exclusion, Translation and Interpreting and Shared Education.
William J Clinton Leadership Institute
at Riddel Hall
The Institute brings world-class facilities, leading academics and industry experts together to deliver a high-end portfolio of executive education and leadership programmes.
The Senator George J Mitchell Institute
For Global Peace, Security and Justice
The Institute links peace-making with social transformation, acknowledging the need for reform of state institutions alongside cultural and social healing, and brings together researchers from fields as diverse as politics and computer engineering.
Explore the foundation of society
In the Humanities
Professional Legal Studies
The William J Clinton
The perfect training for financial markets
Centre for Poetry
An investment in film students
School of Law
A major new hub
Latest Faculty news
20/09/2016 - The Queen’s Professor who played a central role in uncovering the truth about the Hillsborough disaster will receive the Freedom of the City, alongside unprecedented posthumous awards to the 96 people who died and Kenny and Marina Dalglish.
16/09/2016 - The First Minister Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness attended the opening of the new £20 million School of Law located in the Main Site Tower at Queen’s University.