Part of the elite Russell Group – the UK's Ivy League – we're the 9th oldest university in the UK (Complete University Guide 2018) with a worldwide reputation for excellence.
Queen's University Belfast welcomes students from Jordan and from all over the world. We have 17,000 students from over 80 countries, 3,500 staff and 100,000 graduates worldwide. We're one of the UK's leading universities with a heritage dating back over 150 years.
25 Queen's subjects are in the UK top 20 (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018)
We're ranked 8th in the UK for research intensity (REF 2014)
Queen’s has significantly lower course fees than many other Russell group universities, and Belfast is the cheapest student city in the UK, with low rent and living costs. (Which? University, 2018)
The Jordanian Students' Society (IZWITNA Queen’s University Belfast) is a platform for Jordanian students and staff to meet, network, and communicate in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
This society isn't only for Jordanians, it is founded to support them and ease homesickness and cultural shock. But, at the same time, it is an interactive platform for everyone else of any nationality, to socialise, ineract, and communicate with other cultures. We are building a bridge of mutual learning between Jordanian and other nationaliies, Arabs, and non Arabs, and especially the Irish community.
"Queen’s facilities are very attractive and wonderful, with ease of transportation and also simple processes and procedures which are amazing. I have been treated in a very respectful manner and I really enjoy my daily activities. I have never felt as a foreigner, in contrast I always appreciate the international student support at QUB, and the friendly attitude of administrative staff.
I think that the combination of academic excellence with low cost of living and high quality of life are the most special three factors about Queens. It is place where I can study, live and efficiently plan my future, in a quiet, relaxing and family friendly environment."
Entry to graduate diploma or taught Masters programmes usually requires either a UK upper second-class (2:1) or a lower second-class (2:2) undergraduate degree. For most courses, your major subject or content of your Bachelor degree may also be considered. Please check our Course Finder for exact entry requirements.
The comparable Jordanian qualifications are as follows:
UK Upper Second-Class Honours (2:1)
A four-year Bachelor degree awarded by a recognised University, with an average of 70% or GPA 3.0/4.
UK Lower Second-Class Honours (2:2)
A four-year Bachelor degree awarded by a recognised University, with an average of 65% or GPA 2.8/4.
When submitting your application, please ensure that you upload copies of official transcripts for completed programmes as well as those currently in progress. Degree award certificates for programmes already complete should also be provided.
Sometimes, it may be possible to exercise flexibility in the case of applicants who have completed their degree with slightly lower grades than those outlined in their offer letter. In these cases, the decision will be at the discretion of the Academic Selector.
On completion of your degree, please forward a copy of your official transcript and award certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org confirm the award of your qualification and the overall grade. Unfortunately we cannot advise you further until we receive this documentation.
INTO Queen's Preparation Courses
If you are interested in Computing, Finance and Management courses, but do not meet the entry requirements, you may wish to consider a a pre-masters Graduate Diploma offered by INTO Queen's.
Students interested in undertaking a PhD at Queen’s University need good grades in their Bachelor and Masters degree programmes awarded by a recognised university, in addition to a strong research proposal.
The following qualifications will be considered for direct entry to our undergraduate programmes:
The grades required will vary according to your chosen programme. Please check our Course Finder for detailed entry requirements.
Applicants will normally need to demonstrate a level of English equivalent to 6.5 IELTS or 90 TOEFL IBT (Internet based test). However, some degree programmes have higher or lower requirements (please check individual programme requirements in the relevant undergraduate or postgraduate University Coursefinder. View the full list of acceptable English Language qualifications.
INTO Queen's University Belfast offers a wide range of English Language courses, which may assist students to meet the required standard of English language to be eligible for entry to degree programmes at the University. If you wish to apply for an INTO Queen's English course please contact email@example.com or consult the INTO website
Find out how much you'll pay to study at Queen's and what potential scholarships you might be eligible for.
INTO and Queen’s University Belfast work in partnership to prepare you for your degree at the University.
You can contact our international officer for Jordan, Aida Osmonova.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: + 971 4 383 8869
Queen's University Belfast is committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
For more information please read our Equality and Diversity Policy.
Queen's University Belfast is registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC101788
VAT registration number: GB 254 7995 11