Undergraduate Virtual Events (Spring/Summer 2021)
Our series of virtual events aim to provide you with the knowledge, confidence and skills to make informed choices about your future learning and career. Join us and gain an insight into life at Queen's, along with useful information and advice which will guide you through your journey to University.
On Demand Videos
Live Virtual Events
We hope your time here at Queen’s will be life changing, academically rewarding and some of the most enjoyable times of your life. Join us as we discuss how Queen’s learning and research experience is like no other. Find out all you need to know about enrolling and registering with the University as well as top tips on making your start at Queen’s the best.
Followed by a live Q&A session.
Don't take our word for it, hear from our current students who will share their experiences of studying a course within the faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences. Our current students will share their top tips about university life, and their favourite things about studying at Queen’s.
We appreciate that the transition to third level education can be a challenging and anxious time for students, teachers and parents alike. To keep parents informed of the journey which their son or daughter is about to embark on, this event aims to provide parents with an opportunity to find out more about Queen’s University, and the range of support services available to students including Careers and Employability, Disability and Wellbeing and Study Abroad opportunities. Key information on Student Finance, Queen’s Accommodation and Moving to Belfast will also be covered throughout the event.
Explore our city and campus, meet the Queen’s community and experience subject talks, Q&As and student chats from the comfort of your own home.
All first year Undergraduate students at Queen’s are guaranteed a place in University owned accommodation. Join this event to find out about our purpose built accommodation, how we offer some of the lowest student costs in the UK and gain in depth information about the benefits of living in Belfast. Discover how our Residential Life Team are able to offer you support and encouragement when you start your journey at Queen’s.
We will help you set career goals, communicate your worth to employers and equip you with the skills you need to stand out in the competitive global job market. Tune in and hear from Trevor Johnston, Head of Careers, Employability and Skills on how we will you build the skills that will benefit you throughout your career. You will also have the chance to hear from Law Graduate and FinTrU's Head of Business Development in New York, Stuart Marks who will talk through how Queen’s shaped his career journey.
Here at Queen’s we aim to provide prospective and current students with appropriate information relating to disability issues. Tune in and find out more about the tailored support available to meet your specific needs, and gain more in depth information about funded support.
We want to equip you with the skills you need to cope, be connected and feel hopeful about your future. Discover how you can get support from the Student Wellbeing service that are available.
This event is for parents/guardians and sons/daughters in years 13 and 14 who are studying, or considering studying, geography or related subjects at GCSE, A-Level or equivalent vocational qualifications.
At this event, you will hear about our degrees from current students, graduates and academic staff. Employers from both public and private planning practice will also attend to share some of the opportunities for planning graduates both during study and after graduation.
Gain an insight into how we can support you to explore, develop and achieve your career potential. By providing you with careers advice and guidance, we will help you connect with employers and you’ll also discover how our Global Opportunities team can help enhance your career prospects and stand out in the competitive global job market.
Student life gives you the opportunity to make new friends or get involved in a new hobby or sport. Join us as we explore the facilities at Queen’s Sport, discuss what membership options are available to you and why we truly have an Active Campus.
You’ll also hear about all the exciting opportunities available at Queen’s Students’ Union. With over 215 clubs and societies and 15,000+ strong membership, the Students’ Union is guaranteed to make your time at University enriching, rewarding and fun.
The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences is holding a virtual offer holder event. This event is open to students who are currently holding an offer for one or more of the arts, humanities or social science subjects.
To help make your UCAS choices easier, this invitation only virtual offer holder event, will provide you with an opportunity to find out more details about your chosen degree, as well as chat with current student and meet the academics who will be teaching you.
If you are an offer holder please contact email@example.com to gain access.
This offer holder event is for students who are currently holding an offer for a subject within the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences.
You will have the opportunity to meet the academics on your course of choice, and find out more about your Undergraduate Degree including course content, hours of study, assessment methods and career opportunities.
If you are an applicant or offer holder please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to gain access.
Making decisions about your future is stressful: FACT. Dr Carolyn Blair, Research Fellow in SSESW, is on hand with practical advice about present-moment awareness. Don't know what that is? Tune in and learn how to increase happiness, improve your productivity, reduce negative self-criticism, overcome indecision, reduce stress and help you to enjoy the journey to third level education.
Followed by a live Q&A session, but no need for cameras on, or active discussion, feel free to participate in whatever way works for you.
This is an exciting time for school leavers to pursue a career in science-related fields. Salaries for Science graduates in Northern Ireland are currently starting from £18K (HESA, Higher Education Graduate Outcomes Statistics: UK, 2017/18 - Salary and location of leavers in employment)
This event is for parents/guardians and sons/daughters in years 11, 12 and 13 who have an interest in Science subjects. Attendees will have a unique opportunity to hear about some of the reasons why their son or daughter should consider a science degree. They will also hear from academics on our courses and employers, and have the opportunity to ask questions about the following subjects:
Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Science, Chemistry, Geography, Mathematics, Pharmaceutical Sciences / Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Planning, Psychology, Physics
The Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences are holding an Applicant Information Day* for students and their parents/guardians who have applied to the faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
Find out more about how a degree from Queen’s University Belfast can help you realise your future potential. Choosing the right Undergraduate Degree and University is a major decision in your life and we are here to help you reach your full potential and to support you every step of the way.