A new adventure in Belfast
A beautiful and friendly city in equal measures, Belfast was recently found to have the happiest students in the UK.
You’ll find us in the heart of the city’s cultural, artistic and social scenes, offering a unique blend of Irish and British cultures.
Less than an hours flying separates Belfast from most other major UK cities.
And with two airports offering regular flights to London, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Cardiff and many more, you're never too far from home.
"Elms is great fun to live in for the first year. It’s where you’ll meet some great friends and the prices are really good compared to accommodation at other unis. You’ll be guaranteed a place here if you’re a GB student too!"Calista Arthey
BA Hons History and Anthropology
Open Days and tours
Our Undergraduate open days will be from 7-9 September 2017.
We also offer campus tours throughout the year where you can explore our facilities and meet people teaching you.
Just get in touch to arrange a date.
Study with us for less
Student Plus Scholarship
"The Student Plus Award was a major pull factor for me; it offered benefits like reduced accommodation, free gym membership, cinema pass, and reduced tuition fees. I also got money to ship my stuff to Belfast which really helped with the moving in process too."
Calista Arthey - BA Hons History and Anthropology
Your money goes further
Belfast offers the lowest cost of living for students in the UK (Mercer, 2016)
The city also boasts the lowest weekly rent in the UK, leaving more money for the things that matter to you.
MEMBER OF THE RUSSELL GROUP
As a member of this exclusive group of 24 of the UK's top universities we offer the highest teaching standards and carry out world class research
Globally, we're in the top 1% of universities worldwide, and as the UK's 9th oldest, we blend our proud heritage with cutting edge facilities for the best experience of university life.
"When choosing Queen’s, friends and family were shocked that I was moving so far away. However, when thinking about it, I would much rather be on a plane for a mere fifty minutes rather than a four hour train journey to the north of England."Meg Walton
BSc Business Management