Undergraduate - International

All you need to know about the next stages of the admissions process


Your application

What next?

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Getting your decision

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Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies

How do I obtain my CAS?

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Clearing and Adjustment


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Living here

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Information on

Visas and Immigration procedures

All the information you will need regarding VISA application the points based system.

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Staying at Queen's

How to apply for halls

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before you get here

Pre-arrival Check list

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Getting around

Campus Map

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Living here

Life in Belfast

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Welcome week and registration

Learn everything there is to know about your first week at Queen's, including where you'll stay, your class timetable and much more.

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Supporting your studies

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Funding your studies

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Your funding

Money Matters

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About your

Fees and funding

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Applying for


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Important information

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Semester dates

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Useful Information

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Opening Times

After the publication of A-level and other results the Admissions office will operate modified opening times to enable the processing of decisions by the UCAS deadline. Click the button below to see our opening hours.

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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.