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Choosing to study at Queen’s could be one of the best decisions you make. We’re a Russell Group university that prioritises academic excellence, meaning a relevant and valuable degree for you.

We offer 200+ degree options across all fields of study.

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Explore every aspect of Queen's through our live talks and tours. Gain an insight into life at Queen's plus useful advice.

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Undergraduate Open Day

Saturday 1 October 2022

Our Undergraduate Open Day is the best way to get a taste of life at Queen's. You’ll learn more about our courses that you can study with us, plus you’ll have the opportunity to hear first-hand from our current students and teaching staff about learning and living in Belfast.

Best of all, we are back on campus, so you will be able to experience our world-class education, unique location and rich history for yourself.

All previous registrations for the Open Day are still valid so there's no need to register again and we will be in touch soon with any changes to our talk schedule.

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Undergraduate Study

Excellent accommodation options

Belfast student accommodation is the lowest cost in the UK (NatWest Student Living Index, 2020) with state-of-the-art rooms in the heart of the city centre.

The UK's Best Value Student City

At £5,000 cheaper per year than London, Belfast has the lowest student cost of living in the UK. (Mercer Cost of Living City Ranking 2021)

Enabling your future career

Opportunities for work placements, industry-led programmes and ground breaking research projects. 94.4% of Queen’s graduates are in employment or further study six months after graduation.

Top 85 universities in the world

We are ranked in the top 85 universities in the world according to Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022.


Belfast has the lowest cost of living in the UK (Mercer Cost of Living City Ranking 2021).

One Elmwood Student's Union

There’s a buzz happening around campus…and the focus is all on One Elmwood.

It houses both the Students’ Union and University Services, in one purpose-built facility to give access to a range of services and opportunities all in one building.

Set right at the heart of campus and with a rooftop terrace overlooking the area, the brand new state-of-the-art building brings student services with a range of facilities so students can access services, collaborate in shared spaces, get support and advice, and socialise in first class venues.

More about One Elmwood

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Other Routes to University

Study a foundation degree or other higher education qualification at one of Northern Ireland’s six further education colleges then progress to complete your degree at Queen’s University or other local institutions, or enter full time employment.

Find out how we can help you enter university, with hundreds of course options across Northern Ireland.

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Start something amazing

Northern Ireland is the happiest place in the UK (Lloyds Bank Happiness Index, 2020)


Queen’s is ranked 11th in the UK for graduate prospects (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022).

An amazing place to live

Belfast is in the safest region in the UK (UK British Crime Surveys 2019/20).


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Belfast - Northern Ireland's capital city

Belfast is connected to the rest of the UK, Ireland and Europe by sea, road, and air.

Key information:

  • 58 direct flight destinations from Belfast to the UK, Europe and the USA
  • 99 cross-channel sailings each week
  • 2 airports in Belfast
  • Dublin airport is just 90 minutes away

Don't let travelling put you off, once you get here Belfast has the lowest cost of living in the UK (Which? University, 2018).

Belfast is a compact city that is really easy to get around on foot. If you need to take public transport, the metro bus stops right outside Queen's main building.