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Prospective Students

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Thinking of coming to Queen’s?

The School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy welcomes enquiries from potential students, at all levels  - undergraduate, postgraduate taught and research. This section of our site provides information and links which we hope will help you when you are trying to select the most appropriate course for your own interests and background.  If there is anything else you need to know that is not covered in these pages, please do not hesitate to e-mail the School at pisp@qub.ac.uk and we will be happy to help.

Undergraduate Study

For information on the undergraduate programmes we currently offer, please click here. (Information for our current registered undergraduate students is available here). 

Scholarships available to undergraduate students from England, Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man or Channel Islands (GB).for 2014 entry. 

Postgraduate Study

For information on the postgraduate taught programmes we currently offer, please click here.  (Information for our current registered postgraduate taught  students is available here).

Postgraduate taught students may be eligible for funding from the Professional and Career Development Loans (PCDL) scheme and relevant information may be accessed at www.direct.gov.uk/pcdl.    Students seeking further guidance on this should contact Connie Craig, the Students’ Union Financial Adviser (connie.craig@qub.ac.uk), who is based in the Student Advice Centre, 2nd floor, Students' Union.

For information on opportunities for postgraduate research degrees, please click here.

Information on Postgraduate Studentships and Bursaries are available here.

For details on how to submit your online application please see www.qub.ac.uk/ado or contact the Postgraduate Secretary in the School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, Caroline McNeill ( c.mcneill@qub.ac.uk ) who will be happy to help.

Making the Transition to University, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences details available here.

Life in Belfast and Studying at Queens

For further information on life in Belfast and studying at Queens please click on the following links

University Prospectuses

University Accommodation

Living in Belfast

Life at Queens

Prospective Student Portal

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