One of the world’s most prominent IT organisation
addressing global cyber security threats
Formed in 2013, Queen’s has developed a partnership with Info-sys, an Indian based global leader in consulting and technology.
The collaboration brings together Info-sys with Queen’s University's Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT), one of UK’s most prestigious cyber security research labs, and Invest Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland government’s regional business development agency.
Queen’s-Infosys Cyber Lab
The agreement will lead to the establishment of a that will become part of a global network of companies and institutions developing security technologies
As part of the CSIT advisory and governing board, Infosys will play a key role in developing the centre’s research roadmap and gain access to its research and technologies for commercial usage.
CSIT-Infosys Cyber Lab
The three-year agreement will lead to the establishment of a joint Cyber Lab that will become part of a global network of companies and institutions developing security technologies
As part of the CSIT advisory and governing board, Infosys will play a key role in developing the Centre’s research roadmap and gain access to its research and technologies for commercial usage.
Narayana Murthy, Infosys’ co-founder
In December 2014, Narayana Murthy was honoured by Queen’s University with an honorary doctorate for his services to business and commerce.
Shared education opportunities
Infosys and CSIT will also promote joint research projects and sponsor PhD scholarships, internships, faculty sabbatical and exchange programmes
QUB undergraduate students will be sent to study in India every year. They will impart training and education on advanced concepts in data privacy, cloud, contemporary web application and wireless security.
a multi-billion dollar industrial conglomerate with core businesses in consumer electronics and home appliances
Groundbreaking Masters Degrees
The partnership between Videocon and the University has established the Queen’s Videocon Centre of Excellence
Which will result in a series of Masters degree programmes, covering groundbreaking areas such as cybersecurity. Students on the programmes will be taught for their first year at Queen’s and spend their second with Videocon in India, on an industrial placement.
boosting the Indian economy and Enhancing your abilities
With the help of Queen's, Videocon are helping to educate and promote top class students in India
Queen’s is the first university to embark on this kind of industrial partnership with Videocon. The partnership will also work towards offering executive, part time programmes aimed at those already in work, they will help to enhance their professional abilities.
The Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology
Leading to a world of opportunities
With our help, and the work of our collaborators, our students have found employment with some of the world's biggest companies.
multinational oil and gas company
Northern Ireland based Research organization
Malaysian oil and gas company
World leading car manufacturer
Education links with india
A demand for quality education
By 2030, India is forecast to outpace China as the country with the largest tertiary age population in the world.
It is expected to have a greater demand for higher education in the next fifteen years than any other country and represents a significant opportunity for the global HE sector.
Our presence in India
Queen’s established its Queen’s India Office in partnership with T&A Consulting in November 2014 to strategically target the region as part of its ambitious Vision 2020 internationalisation plans.
Students can contact our representatives in India with any queries they have about coming to study at Queen's.