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Queen's University Belfast welcomes students from Uzbekistan and from all over the world.  We have 17,000 students from over 80 countries, 3,500 staff and 100,000 graduates worldwide. We're one of the UK's leading universities with a heritage dating back over 150 years.

We accept a wide variety of qualifications. Below you will find information on undergraduate and postgraduate entry requirements, English Language requirements, potential scholarships for international applicants and details of our overseas agents and representatives.

Important information for applicants

  • Undergraduate entry requirements

    The following qualifications will be considered for direct entry to our undergraduate programmes:

    • Successful completion of the Certificate of Completed Secondary Education (O'rta Ma 'Lumot To'g'risida Shahodatnoma) with 'Good', plus successful completion of a recognised Foundation Programme.
    • 3 UK A Levels.
    • Between 30 and 36 points in the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB). Information on required grades.

    The grades required will vary according to your chosen programme. Please check our Course Finder for detailed entry requirements.

  • Postgraduate entry requirements

    Admission to a graduate diploma or taught Masters programme usually requires either a UK upper second-class honours (2:1) or a lower second-class honours (2:2) undergraduate degree, or equivalent qualification acceptable to the University. For most courses, your major subject or content of your Bachelor degree may also be considered. Please check our Course Finder for detailed entry requirements.

    The comparable Uzbekistan qualifications are as follows:

    UK Upper Second-Class Honours (2:1)

    A 4-year Specialist Diploma, Bachelor degree or Magistr Diplomi with 80% or above.

    UK Lower Second-Class Honours (2:2)

    A 4-year Specialist Diploma, Bachelor degree or Magistr Diplomi with 75% or above.

    Supporting Documentation

    When submitting your application, please ensure that you upload copies of official transcripts for completed programmes as well as those currently in progress. Degree award certificates for programmes already complete should also be provided.

    Borderline Cases

    Sometimes, it may be possible to exercise flexibility in the case of applicants who have completed their degree with slightly lower grades than those outlined in their offer letter. In these cases, the decision will be at the discretion of the Academic Selector.

    On completion of your degree, please forward a copy of your official transcript and award certificate to to confirm the award of your qualification and the overall grade. Unfortunately, we cannot advise you further until we receive this documentation.

    INTO Queen's Preparation Courses

    If you are interested in Computing, Finance or Management courses, but do not meet the entry requirements, you may wish to consider a a pre-masters Graduate Diploma offered by INTO Queen's.

    PhD Study

    Students interested in undertaking a PhD at Queen’s University need good grades in their Bachelor and Masters degree programmes awarded by a recognised university, in addition to a strong research proposal.

    A taught Masters refers to a program that combines academic instruction as well as the completion of a written dissertation. PhD degrees are three years in length and typically require you to have a Masters degree prior to applying and to prepare a research proposal.

  • English language requirements

    Applicants whose first language is not English will normally need to demonstrate a level of English equivalent to 6.5 IELTS or 90 TOEFL IBT (Internet based test). However, some courses have higher or lower requirements (please check individual programme requirements in the relevant undergraduate or postgraduate University Coursefinder. View the full list of acceptable English Language qualifications.

    INTO Queen's English Language Programmes

    INTO Queen's University Belfast offers a wide range of English Language courses, which may assist students to meet the required standard of English language to be eligible for entry to degree programmes at the University. If you wish to apply for an INTO Queen's English course please contact or consult the INTO website

  • Scholarships

    Scholarships for Students from Uzbekistan

    Queen's University Belfast offers a range of scholarships for international students.

    A list of other potential sources of funding for Postgraduate study can be found on the University's Graduate School website.

  • Representatives and overseas visits

    The International Officer responsible for Uzbekistan is:

    Radhika Longbottom 

    Senior International Officer (GB & ROW)
    Queen’s University Belfast
    University Road
    Belfast  BT7 1NN
    Northern Ireland
    Mobile: +44 7342 060775 

    Please register your details at so we can keep you updated about the University and the course you are interested in.

    Queen's has a network of agents and representatives committed to providing you with high levels of support. More information on our network and a list of agents by country can be found on the University's agent webpages.

    The British Council in your country can also offer advice on studying in the UK.

  • How to apply

    For details on the application process for both undergraduates and postgraduates, please visit the University's How to Apply section.

  • Further information

    Queen's University Association, United States (QUAUS)

    Queen's has over 700 alumni in the USA and the Queen's University (Alumni) Association, United States, organises regular events.

    Students currently studying at Queen's

    If you would like to correspond directly with an American student currently studying at Queen's University Belfast, please contact the member of International Office staff named above. We will be pleased to put you in touch with current students, who will be able to give you first-hand information about studying at Queen's.

    Partnerships in the USA

    One of the University’s guiding principles is the recognition that knowledge knows no boundaries, and the forging of international partnerships is central to the realization of its Vision for the Future. Queen’s University has links with universities around the world and is committed to enhancing these partnerships still further.

    The university is currently engaged in high levels of cooperation with Georgetown University, Boston College, and the University of Massachusetts Lowell. There are also a number of significant research links with institutions all across the United States.

    The University also encourages study abroad partnerships with many institutions in US, although we do allow free-movers to apply from universities where there are no formal links.


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