Applying to Queen's
Queen's is committed to equality of opportunity for all students and to inclusion of students with disabilities as an integral part of the Queen's community.
Details of application procedures are given on the Admissions Office web-site and we would also advise you to consult the University's undergraduate or postgraduate prospectus for specific information. Course information in an alternative format is of course available on request.
Deciding to disclose your disability is a personal decision. However, we strongly recommend that you inform us at application stage to enable us to address your individual support requirements. Telling us that you have a disability or additional needs will not have any bearing on whether you are offered a place at the University.
All information regarding your disability will be treated in strict confidence. When you apply, and if you have told us of your disability, the Admissions Office will send you a short questionnaire to be returned to Disability Services. Disability Services will use the information you supply to determine your support requirements.
Disability Services will invite you to visit the University at which time we will carry out an assessment of your support requirements before you begin your course, so that all the necessary arrangements can be made in time for the start of your course.
If you do not receive such an invitation and you feel it would be beneficial to see the campus, or if you have any specific questions you need answered, Disability Services will be delighted to meet with you.