Postgraduate - International

This website provides an outline of the next stages of the admissions process, together with useful information, for international applicants.

It is important that you read the notes carefully and ensure that you take appropriate action within the deadline dates indicated in order to avoid delays in processing your application. The notes are divided as follows:

Information about applying for accommodation.

Your application - what next
Replying to your offer. Notifying the University of your results.

Immigration/Visa procedures
Important information for international students about Immigration/Visa procedures (students from outside the EU and EEA).

Welcome and Induction

Enrolment and Registration
Information about Enrolment and Registration.

Supporting Your Studies
Advice on the support services available to Queen’s students.

Money Matters
Tuition fees and financial details.

Semester Dates
Semester dates for the next academic year.

Postgraduate Certicate in Education
Additional information for applicants made offers for admission to the Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

Pharmacy Distance Learning Courses
Additional information for applicants made offers for admission to Distance Learning Courses in the School of Pharmacy.

Additional information for Research applicants
All Postgraduate Research applicants (PhD/MPhil) should read this section.

Useful Contacts at Queen's
Contact details for individual Schools and key support services.

Links to download the handbooks and brochures referred to in this website.



The Admissions and Access Service at Queen’s University has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that the information contained in this website is accurate and up-to-date when compiled, but can accept no responsibility for any errors or omissions. 

The University reserves the right to revise, alter or discontinue courses of study and to amend the Statutes and Regulations at any time without notice.  It may prove necessary to vary the content or availability of some courses before or after students have been admitted.  Entry to courses may be restricted by number or quality of entrants.