Applicants who have indicated a disability should already have completed a questionnaire, provided by the Admissions and Access Service, to identify their support needs. If you have not received a questionnaire, please contact the Admissions and Access Service.
The University is committed to supporting students with disabilities and has developed a range of support mechanisms to enable students to participate fully in university life. Support is provided to students with a wide range of needs, including physical and mobility difficulties, sensory impairments, medical conditions, specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, Autistic Spectrum Disorders and mental health difficulties. Applicants who have disclosed their disability will be contacted by Disability Services during the summer months to arrange an initial assessment. In the meantime, further information on the support available can be found at:
Applicants can also contact Disability Services, should they have any queries or wish to discuss their individual needs.
The Student Guidance Centre is your first stop for information, advice and guidance throughout your time at Queen's University. Many of the Student Support Services are based in the Student Guidance Centre including Student Records and Exams, Disability Services, Income and Student Finance Office, Counselling and the Learning Development Service.
Students, whose first language is not English, wishing to develop confidence in using English in an academic environment are advised to attend a four week pre-sessional course at INTO Queen's University Belfast. This 20-hour per week course concentrates on academic English and prepares you for university study. The four week course runs from Monday 11 August to Friday 5 September 2014. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.intohigher.com/queens.