If you are interested in studying at Queen's University Belfast, visiting our campus Open Days is the best way for you to discover what the "Queen's Experience" is all about.
Open Days give prospective undergraduates the opportunity to find out more about the courses we offer, the variety of sporting, cultural and social activities available, and the excellent facilities and services which will help you make the most of student life.
If you are a student from outside Northern Ireland and are unable to attend the Open Days, we can organise private guided tours of our campus and its facilities. Tours, which are hosted by current Queen’s students, last approximately one and a half - two hours and include visits to the McClay Library, the Physical Education Centre (PEC) and Elms Village (Student Accommodation).
Before your campus tour, a subject specific meeting can also be organised with a member of staff from the School in Queen's you are interested in studying in. This will help you find out more about studying a particular course.
The campus tours are usually held around 12 noon/1.00pm but exceptions can be made.
Please be aware that we offer campus tours Monday – Saturday with the exception of University holidays. If you choose to have a campus tour on a Saturday you will not be able to meet with anyone from the Schools as the University is closed.
We would be grateful if you could give at least 2 weeks’ notice from the date you would like to visit.
Please note, your School meeting and campus tour are only confirmed when you receive an email from the Student Recruitment office detailing your visit.
If you have any queries, please email email@example.com.
If you would like to organise a subject specific meeting, a guided tour of Queen’s, or both, please complete and submit the request form below.