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Online Undergraduate Events

Undergraduate Virtual Events (2021/2022)

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.

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10 September 2022
Undergraduate Open Day

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.

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Previous Events

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Tuesday 2 August, 6pm
Moving to Queen’s: A Guide for New Students

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 it can be.

Followed by a live Q&A session.

On Demand Recording Coming Soon 

Student with her parents
Tuesday 7 June, 6pm
Parents/Guardians Offer Holder Evening

We appreciate that the transition to third level education can be a challenging and anxious time for students, teachers and parents/guardians alike. To keep parents/guardians informed of the journey which their son or daughter/dependant is about to embark on, this event aims to provide the 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.

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Tuesday 8 March, 6pm
Student Life: Sport and Students’ Union

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 220 clubs and societies and 15,000+ strong membership, the Students’ Union is guaranteed to make your time at University enriching, rewarding and fun.

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Thursday 24 February, 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Science at Queen's

This event is for parents/guardians and sons/daughters who are in years 11, 12 and 13, and 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 have the opportunity to ask questions about their course of interest.

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Tuesday 15 February, 6pm
Applying for Queen’s 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.

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Tuesday 7 December, 6pm
Exam and Study Tips

The Learning Development Service at Queen’s have all the hints and tips about the best ways to study. Hear some key information about how to prepare for your exams and moreover, how a wide range of support services will help you reach your full academic potential.

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Thursday 2 December, 7pm
Computing Parents Evening

This event is for parents/guardians and sons/daughters in years 11, 12 and 13 who are studying or considering studying Computing subjects at GCSE, A Level, or equivalent vocational qualifications. You will hear about the following subject areas:

  • Computer Science;
  • Computing and Information Technology;
  • Software Engineering;
  • Business Information Technology

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Thursday 25 November, 7pm-8pm
Liberal Arts Explained

The event commences with a short welcome and course overview from Professor Phillip McGowan and Dr. Sophie Cooper. Following that, there will be a session with some current Liberal Arts students where they will discuss their pathways, study abroad/work placement opportunities and their intentions after they finish their Liberal Arts degree. The event will finish with a taster session which will introduce you to the structure and the many different layers of the Liberal Arts degree.

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Thursday 11 November, 6.30pm
Engineering Parents Evening

Is your son or daughter studying (or considering studying) A-Level Mathematics and/or Science/Technology (or equivalent qualifications)and interested in a future in engineering?

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Find Out More About a Future In:

  • Chemical Engineering;
  • Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering;
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering;
  • Mechanical Engineering;
  • Aerospace Engineering; 
  • Product Design Engineering;
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Thursday 4 November, 6.30pm
Planning Parents and Guardians Evening

An event for parents or guardians and students in years 12, 13 and 14 who are studying, or considering studying, geography or related subjects at GCSE, A-Level or equivalent vocational qualifications.

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There has never been a better time to explore subjects like planning and climate change, the urban economy, transportation, conservation and built heritage, and planning for healthy cities.

  • Chat to Academics 
  • Hear from Current Students
  • Learn more about the courses available
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Tuesday 2 November, 6pm
Parents/Guardians Information Evening: Keeping you informed

We appreciate that the transition to third level education can be a challenging and anxious time for students, teachers and parents/guardians alike. This session aims to provide parents with an opportunity to find out more about applying through UCAS, the range of support services available at Queen's, including Careers and Employability and Disability and Wellbeing. Key information on Student Finance and Moving to Belfast will also be covered throughout the event.

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Tuesday 12 October, 6pm
Applying through UCAS: Tips on writing your Personal Statement

What is UCAS? How and when do you apply for university? How do I write a Personal Statement? These questions and more will be answered in this event. Hear about how to research universities and courses and get some top tips on how to make the right UCAS course choices.

Followed by a live Q&A session.

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Monday 4 October, 6pm
Architecture Parents Evening

An information and myth-busting evening for year 11 - 14 students who want to find out more about becoming an architect.  

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  • Chat to Academics 
  • Hear from Current Students
  • Learn more about the courses available
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Phone 028 9097 1323