UPCOMING DIGITAL EVENTS
Due to the ongoing public health situation with COVID-19, our team are not currently travelling to India. We hope to be able to visit India again in 2021.
We will be meeting with students at a range of digital events over the coming months and invite you to speak with us there. You will find information about our upcoming events below.
We may not be able to meet you in person just yet, but talk to us via live online events or chat, to find out about studying in Northern Ireland, and life at Queen’s University Belfast.
WHY CHOOSE QUEEN'S?
Queen's is ranked in the top 200 universities in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021
We're ranked 8th in the UK for research intensity (REF 2014).
Queen’s has significantly lower course fees than many other Russell group universities, and Belfast is the cheapest student city in the UK, with low rent and living costs. (Which? University, 2018)
Belfast is one of Europe’s most hip and vibrant capital cities, just ask the experts at Lonely Planet who lauded the city for its energy, lively atmosphere, and our ‘dynamic young population that keeps the city on trend.’
The beauty is that it’s all packed into a compact city that’s easy and safe to explore.
Queen’s is not just a launch pad for future careers, but also for adventure and travel. On the western edge of Europe, we're small but well connected.
Our city, Belfast, is compact but big on places to go and things to do. Belfast is within easy access of some of the most spectacular scenery in Ireland and less than an hours flight from London and Edinburgh and only two hours flight from Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels.
Queen's offers an incredible opportunity to its International students to experience an incredible education, under the guidance of world leading faculty members, but at a much more reasonable cost than the majority of other UK institutions.
We've worked together on matters of education, research and business, allowing the development of new collaborations that will mutually benefit both India and Northern Ireland.
His Excellency was Chancellor from 2009 to 2014, helping cement relations between Northern Ireland and India which led to the country's investment in Northern Ireland businesses.