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Campus - Virtual Tour

Queen's is at the heart of Belfast's culture, as well as its art and social scenes. We're proud to be part of a bustling, cosmopolitan city boasting a vibrant social life and rich cultural heritage.

Our campus is a safe campus

We’ve implemented all Government and Scientific advice regarding COVID-19. When our planned return to teaching in September commences, we will continue to apply social distancing and hygiene measures to ensure the safety of students.


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Academic Facilities

Providing world class education and research facilities where our students and staff carry out their ambitious work is a key priority for the university.

Investing £700m over a 20 year capital development programme, Queen’s has some of the best campus facilities in the UK and Ireland.

View our outstanding facilities


Lanyon with tree border

Lanyon Building

The Lanyon Building, which opened in 1849 and is named after its architect Sir Charles Lanyon, is the centrepiece of our estate which comprises more than 250 buildings, 98 of which are listed. 

View the Lanyon Building


McClay Library

Award winning Library

The McClay Library, which opened in 2009, blends the best features of a traditional library with the latest technology. It brings together wide-ranging library, computing and media services in a single location as well as offering study facilities suitable for quiet study and group work.

McClay Library

Read: 8 Genius features of the high-tech Queen’s McClay Library, Yi Kang Choo, Malaysia, LLB Law


members of the Queen's University Belfast Mountaineering club using the climbing wall in the PEC

State of the art sporting Facilities

Since our foundation in 1849, sport has played an important part in the Queen’s student experience. Located next to the main campus, Queen's Sport provides students with the opportunity to continue or start being active. Our world class indoor and outdoor facilities are ideal for recreational, competitive or high-performance athletes.

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Sue Lyn and Roise in the Student Guidance Centre

Student Guidance Centre

The Student Guidance Centre brings together a number of support services that guide and advise you throughout your time at Queen’s. It is your first stop for information, advice and guidance throughout your time at Queen's. From managing your student record, developing your academic and employability skills, and offering advice and assistance for times when you may feel under pressure, all services work together to help you have a successful, and hopefully enjoyable, student experience.

Take a look around the centre