All applications from current INTO students are handled by Nuala Corr, INTO Queen’s Progression Officer and the University’s Admissions and Access Service. We hope that you find the information below helpful, however if you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by email on email@example.com.
Once students arrive at INTO Queen’s to start their International Foundation, International Year One, Graduate Diploma or Academic English programmes, our INTO Queen’s Progression Officer, will assist them with their Progression Options. They will receive information on courses and get help with their applications to Queen’s University Belfast for their desired undergraduate or postgraduate programme. Special application procedures have been developed for INTO students, so please DO NOT submit UCAS or postgraduate applications for any students currently on an INTO Queen’s programme. All applications will be handled in the INTO Queen’s Centre, due to agreements in place.
Most students on EUGS and EPGS are intending to progress onto INTO academic programmes first, before joining their degree programmes in Queen’s University Belfast. These students are advised to wait until they begin the International Foundation, International Year One or Graduate Diploma, and then they will be guided through the application procedures as explained above.
Students on EUGS and EPGS who are interested in applying for University degree programmes directly will also be assisted by the INTO Queen’s Progression Officer. Students completing Academic English can apply to any degree programme at Queen’s providing they meet the entry requirements for the chosen degree programme.
Students must have a conditional or unconditional offer of an undergraduate or postgraduate place at Queen's to receive an offer for Pre-sessional English at INTO Queen’s.
We hope that you find this information useful. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact us, by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or tel +44 2890 976834
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