28 June - 4 July
Thursday 28 June - Wednesday 4 July 2018, Sir William Whitla Hall
The Registration Wizard for Summer Graduations will be available on Qsis between Monday 21 May 2018 at 10am and Friday 15 June 2018 at 12 noon.
See the Graduation website for additional details.
UNDERGRADUATE OPEN DAYS
September, Queen's University
Our Undergraduate open days will take in September 2018.
Registration will open soon.
See this page for more details on our Undergraduate Open Days.
IS WAR BETWEEN SCIENCE AND RELIGION INEVITABLE?
Thursday 25 October
Join us on 25 October in Queen’s University Belfast for the next event in our Global Challenges Debates Series and hear from world-leading experts to discuss some of the greatest challenges facing us today.
Hear from Professor David Livingstone (QUB) and Professor John Hedley Brooke (Oxford).
More details to follow.
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE
Saturday 9 June 2018, River Lagan
Let the countdown begin... Save the date!
Queen's take on Trinity on the Lagan for the Queen's University Boat Race Saturday 9th June 2018.
Watch this space for news from the crews and details about race day.
28 -31 May
ASSET 2018 SUMMIT
Monday 28 - Thursday 31st May, 17.00-19.00, Waterfront Hall
The Belfast Summit on Global Food Integrity 2018 will bring together representatives from international and governmental agencies, the academic and industrial research community, non-governmental organisations and the commercial & technical leaders in the food industry and its supply chain to discuss, debate and provide leadership on tackling a range of serious challenges that face the integrity of our global food supply system.
Contact us about the event: firstname.lastname@example.org
21 - 22 May
WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP IN A CHANGING WORLD
Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 May, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland
Queen’s University is proud to be working in partnership with the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, Allstate Northern Ireland (NI) and NI Women in Business on an annual series of international conferences on the theme of Women and Leadership in a Changing World.
The conference will focus on the challenges and opportunities of woman in leadership in todays changing world.
This year we will focus on the themes of Equal Pay, Equal Opportunity; #MeToo – Opening the Conversation; The Future of Work; and Women in Society.
16 - 19 May
WILES LECTURES 2018
Wednesday 16 May - Saturday 19th May, Emeleus Lecture Theatre, Lanyon Building
The invited speaker for the Wiles 2018 is Profesor Alison Bashford, Research Professor of History at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Alison Bashford, FBA, FAHA, is an historian of global science currently based at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, where she is Director of the New Earth Histories Research Program. She was Vere Harmsworth Professor of History at Cambridge, and Whitlam and Fraser Professor at Harvard University, in the Department of History of Science. Her books have explored the complex relationships between world history, environmental history, and the history of science, with a recent focus on population.
9 - 10 May
8th WORLD CYBER SECURITY TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH SUMMIT
Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 May
Running on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th May, Belfast 2018 will be CSIT's 8th World Cyber Security Technology Research Summit. Part of the Summit's uniqueness is its bringing together the international research community alongside industry leaders, government policy makers, start-ups and SME's from around the world.
For researchers and technologists, the event will focus on planning today for the cyber security challenges of tomorrow. In terms of innovation, this event represents an opportunity to learn from, and contribute to, the growth of new cyber security companies with global ambitions.
There are no registration fees or sponsorship opportunities. Notwithstanding, this is an invite only event.
Ireland and China, Networks of Information and Ideas, 1735-1949
Wednesday 11 April, 12pm, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, Members Room
Dr Aglaia De Angeli and Dr Emma Reisz (HAPP, Queen’s) along with Dr Isabella Jackson (TCD) will convene a symposium at the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin on Wednesday 11 April exploring the historical networks linking Ireland and China.
The symposium, Ireland and China: networks of information and ideas, 1735-1949, will showcase current scholarship examining the channels through which information, knowledge, culture and ideas were exchanged between China, Ireland and Britain, and how this helped to shape interactions between China and the West from the late Qing to the Republican periods.
Building Peace: The Belfast/Good Friday agreement 20 years on.
Tuesday 10 April, Whitla Hall, Queen’s University Belfast
Key figures from the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement period are gathering at Queen’s University Belfast to mark the Agreement's 20th Anniversary.
Chair of the talks and former US Special Envoy for Northern Ireland, Senator George J. Mitchell will be joined by Bertie Ahern, Jonathan Powell, Gerry Adams and Lord David Trimble as well as a number of other key players.
The event is free to attend and was open to the public. Unfortunately, registration has now closed as all tickets have been allocated. Tickets were issued on a first come first served basis. Find out more.
12 -18 March
Imagine! Belfast Festival of Ideas and Politics 2018
Monday 12 - Sunday 18 March, Multiple venues across Belfast
The 2018 Imagine! Festival of Ideas & Politics will take place from 12–18 March, with more than 80 events.
A number of events are being held by Queen's academics and researchers both on and off campus.
View the Festival programme here. For further information on the Festival, contact Kevin Fearon: email@example.com.
Financial Services Lecture - Bradley Birkenfeld
Thursday 8 March, 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Riddel Hall, Queen's Management School
Queen's, in association with FinTrU, will host world-renowned whistle-blower Bradley Birkenfeld at Riddel Hall, Queen's Management School on Thursday 8 March 2018 from 6.30pm – 8.30pm.
Guest speaker, Mr Birkenfeld is a former investment professional and has been called the most significant financial whistle-blower in history. As an international private banker he exposed how UBS, one of the world's largest banks, helped wealthy Americans commit billions in tax fraud. His revelations highlighted the role of offshore financial institutions in systematically aiding clients' tax evasion, corruption and terrorist activities.
For more information and to register your attendance, please click here.
7 - 23 February
Chinese New Year Celebrations at Queen's - Happy Year of The Dog!
Wednesday 7-23 February, 1.00-2.00 pm, Auditorium, The McClay Library, A Programme of Chinese Cultural Talks
Monday 12 February, The McClay Library - 12:30-12:45; The Lanyon Building - 12:50-13:05; The Main Site Tower - 13:10-13:25, A vibrant and spectacular Lion Dance Parade
Monday 12 February, 13:30 – 15:30, The Main Site Tower, Interactive Cultural Displays
The Language Centre at Queen’s is pleased to invite you to join us in welcoming the Year of the Dog with a variety of cultural celebrations. All Queen’s staff and students are welcome to attend all of these events. Visit our Facebook for the programme of events and updates.
Read more about how we celebrated Chinese New Year at Queen's.
15 - 21 February
NI Science Festival
Thursday 15th - Wednesday 21st February, Various locations
With over 180 events across 50+ venues, the NI Science Festival offers a stimulating and wide range of events focusing on the wonders of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. These events present some of the best scientists from NI and beyond to discuss their work, cutting-edge research and what the future might hold.
During the day, the Festival offers a range of workshops, talks and interactive activities for young people, parents and schools. In the evening we will present an eclectic mix of scientific debate, talks, theatres, comedy, music and film for adults.
Click here to view events held at Queen's or hosted by Queen’s academics.
2018 Eaton Lecture: Sustainability and the United Nations SDG's
Friday 16 February, 9:45am - 11am, The South Dining Hall, Queen’s University Belfast
We are delighted to invite you to attend the 2018 Eaton Lecture, this year given By The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Canada.
Ms. Dowdeswell serves as Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, Canada’s largest province. In this role, she has held hundreds of conversations with thousands of people, challenging them to think deeply about their role not just as residents of a province within Canada, but as global citizens. In doing so, she has emphasized the imperative of sustainability and its three interrelated components: inclusive economic prosperity, environmental stewardship, and social cohesion.
Please register your place here.
The 17th Annual Sir Bernard Crossland Lecture
Tuesday 20 February, 17.30-19.30 pm, Riddel Hall, The 17th Annual Sir Bernard Crossland Lecture
This year, Engineers Ireland and Queen’s University, in association with The Institution of Engineering and Technology, are delighted to welcome Professor Noel Sharkey, Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, and of TVs ‘Robot Wars’, to give the 17th Annual Sir Bernard Crossland Lecture.
Professor David Jones, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education and Students for Queen’s University Belfast, will give the welcome address at this prestigious event, which is also part of the Northern Ireland Science Festival.
See further details and register your place here.
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences parents'/guardians' evening
Thursday 22 February 2018, 7.00pm-9.30pm, Whitla Hall, Queen’s University
At this event you and your parents/guardians will find out about the broad range of degrees available in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen's.
You will hear about the subjects and grades you need at GCSE and A Level (or equivalent) to gain entry to the degrees, and also the career options open to you.
You will also have the opportunity to chat informally with staff and current students.
Click here to register
Human Rights In An Age Of Trump And Brexit
Thursday 22nd February, 17.00-18.30, The Emeleus Lecture Theatre, Lanyon South, Queen's University Belfast
Join us on 22 February in Queen’s University Belfast for the next event in our Global Challenges Debates Series and hear from world-leading experts to discuss some of the greatest challenges facing global politics today.
In this public discussion, two of the world’s leading thinkers consider the continuities, complexities, and transformations involved in what some have seen as a new era of western politics.
Doors open at 4.30pm. Seats will be issued on a first come, first served basis (no registration required).
Meet the Faculty Showcase
Monday 26 February, The Graduate School
Hear from our current PhD students, early career researchers and supervisors who will showcase the cutting edge research that they are currently undertaking.
Talk to our Faculty experts on the range of exciting world class research opportunities available at Queen’s for 2018 entry.