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Belfast may be small but it’s got all the big names and everything you could need.
The beauty is that it’s all packed into a compact city that’s easy and safe to explore.
Northern Ireland is renowned for its beautiful beaches and coastal scenery, as well as fascinating history and cultural heritage.
It is the perfect UK study destination for students who want to easily explore Ireland, the UK and mainland Europe.
Northern Ireland has the lowest student cost of living in the UK (Which? University, 2018)
Belfast offers a huge selection of places to shop, socialise, eat and relax, for all budgets and interests.
Belfast is the safest region in the UK
(British Crime Survey, 2015/6)
Located just 15 minutes from the city centre in a tranquil, leafy suburb of Belfast
You’ll find us in the heart of the city’s cultural, artistic and social scenes, offering a unique blend of Irish and British cultures.
The University’s own Students’ Union plays host to bands, comedy gigs and other entertainment on a regular basis
there is also a full-time cinema, the Queen’s Film Theatre (QFT) on campus, showing a mix of the latest releases and independent films.
Plenty to see and do
Belfast offers shoppers the perfect blend of big-name stores and designer names you’ll find in Victoria Square
to designer boutiques, innovative arts and crafts shops and rejuvenated markets throughout the city.
From funky and fresh St. George’s Market, to traditional bars, theatres, cinemas and nightclubs.
There really is something for everyone, from stylish restaurants to historic pubs, great galleries and a wealth of history.
"I absolutely love living in Belfast."
"Everyone I've met has been incredibly welcoming"
The International Food Scene is thriving at Queen’s. There are plenty of places to stock up on their favourite ingredients. From specialist shops and supermarkets to a wide variety of restaurants and takeaways with prices to suit every budget.International Food