We offer a network of supportservices dedicated to helping you get the most from your time at Queen’s, looking after your health, emotional wellbeing, education, study needs, financial security and career prospects.
STUDENT GUIDANCE CENTRE (SGC)
The SGC first place to visit for information, support, advice and guidance including:
• Careers Service
• Resilience, Wellbeing and Counselling
• Disability Services
• Student Finance
• International Student Support
• Learning Development Service
• Student Administration
IT TRAINING AND SUPPORT
Providing an introduction to our virtual learning and email services, and advice and support on how to get the best out of University and personal IT equipment.
New students are invited to orientation sessions that outline the facilities and services available to them; many of which are based in the McClay Library, includuing the ICT Shop, which provides access to a range of accessories and IT support.
Welcome to Queen's
We host a range of welcome events designed to help postgraduate students settle into life at Queen's
CAREERS, EMPLOYABILITY AND SKILLS
Offering career guidance, information and advice to help you develop your ideas, formulate a career plan and achieve your goals
We help you connect with employers, develop your skills and get international work and study experience.
SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Queen's starts providing international students with support before their arrival!
We offer specialist visa and immigration advice and leading welcome and orientation programmes to help you maximise university life.
RESILIENCE, WELLBEING AND COUNSELLING
Our qualified and experienced Counsellors can help work through any personal, academic and emotional difficulties that impact on your studies
SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Including School and exam support, accommodation requirements and assistance with applications for Disabled Students’ Allowance
Healthcare and prescriptions are free for everyone in Northern Ireland through the National Health Service.
If you need to see a doctor or order a prescription, this General Practice provides NHS (and non-NHS) services for Queen’s students.
Calista Arthey, BA History & Archaeology
21/11/2016 - With a hundred thoughts pacing through my head, I glance at my calendar once again – 3 deadlines next week. 3 essays from 3 modules. All 2000 or 3000 words each...