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If you would like to find out more about what life is really like as a student at Queen’s, then please register for one of our interactive virtual events below or catch up on past events by viewing the recordings.

UPCOMING EVENTS

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Queen’s Open Day Festival

Our Virtual Open Day Festival will take place on 10, 11 and 12 September 2020.

Queen’s Virtual Open Days are so much more than a 360 tour. Explore our city and campus, meet our community and experience subject talks, live Q&As and live chats from the comfort of your own home.

Find out more and register


PRE-RECORDED EVENTS

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Virtual Open Day Experience

Learn about your course, explore the campus and find out about life in Belfast.

This series of online events gives you the chance to connect with current students, academics and Queen’s staff from the comfort of your own home. Explore the campus virtually, view our amazing facilities and get a feel for student life at Queen's.

Virtual Open Day Experience


Recorded: Wednesday 15 Jul, 11am (BST)

What is Clearing?

This is your opportunity to:

  • Find out how Clearing works
  • Get hints and tips on how to prepare for Clearing in advance
  • Find out more about why you should choose Queen's and our guaranteed accommodation for first year students

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Recorded: Wednesday 8 Jul, 11am (BST)

Writing a Personal Statement

The personal statement is a part of your UCAS application and a great way to demonstrate your aspirations, skills and experience to Universities and admissions staff. Above all it is a means of articulating to a University or admissions staff that you are passionate about the subject that you wish to study. It is never too early to start planning for your University application. Join us to find out about writing a Personal Statement that will make your application stand out.

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Recorded: Wednesday 24 Jun, 11am (BST)

Student Finance in England

Whether you are a student interested in starting your studies at Queen’s in September 2020 or whether you are preparing to apply to Queen’s in 2021, join us for our Student Finance in England webinar to find out what funding you could be eligible for to help with the cost of your undergraduate studies.

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Recorded: Wednesday 1 Jul, 11am (BST)

Why Queen's?

Join us to learn about

  • Our faculties and the undergraduate courses we offer
  • Student life in Belfast
  • Reasons to choose Queen's
  • Cost of living

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Recorded: Tuesday 16 June, 11.00am (BST)

Student Life drop in

Join our Recruitment Officers, Raymond and Matt, as they deliver a Student Life presentation about studying at Queen’s. You will then have the opportunity to ask any questions you might have about coming to our university. Joining us will be Jon and Rebecca, two current Queen’s University students, who will be able to give you an insight into their experiences.

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Wednesday 10 June, 3:00pm (BST)

Considering Queen’s? It’s not too late to apply

Right now, you might be facing the very real possibility of changing where you want to study. It’s not too late to apply for Queen’s for 2020 entry or if you have changed your mind and want to amend your UCAS choices, then join us for our Considering Queen’s webinar.

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Recorded: Wednesday 3 June, 2.00pm (BST)

Meet our Alumni – Sinead O’Sullivan

Come and hear from Sinead O’Sullivan, an Queen’s Aerospace Engineering graduate. Sinead has previously worked with NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and is now at MIT as a Senior Research Fellow at the Schwarzman College of Computing, as well as being the CEO of a high growth Behavioural Science tech company.

You will have the opportunity to ask about her experience of studying at Queen’s and how the knowledge she gained allowed her to go on and have a successful career as an Aerospace Engineer, as well as finding the time to start her own business.

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Recorded: Tuesday 2 June, 3.00pm (BST)

Considering Queen’s? It’s not too late to apply

Right now, you might be facing the very real possibility of changing where you want to study. It’s not too late to apply for Queen’s for 2020 entry or if you have changed your mind and want to amend your UCAS choices, then join us for our Considering Queen’s webinar.

You will also discover that life at Queen’s is not simply about gaining an education. It is also an opportunity to make new friends, take up a new hobby or sport, and explore everything Belfast has to offer.

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Recorded: Wednesday 27 May, 11.00am (BST)

Meet Our Students - Student Panel Q&A

Hear from our current students, and find out about their experience of studying at Queen’s and living in Belfast. You will have the opportunity to ask them anything, including any hints or tips that they might have about student life.
 

Tuesday 26 May, 3.00pm (BST)

Student Life at Queen’s

Life at Queen’s is not simply about gaining an education. It is also an opportunity to make new friends, take up a new hobby or sport, and explore everything Belfast has to offer.

Discover all the fun things student life has to offer, as well as the health and wellbeing support available and how we can help with your future employment and career aspirations beyond university.

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Students in the Students' Union social space

Recorded: Tuesday 19 May, 3.00pm (BST)

Student Life at Queen’s

Life at Queen’s is not simply about gaining an education. It is also an opportunity to make new friends, take up a new hobby or sport, and explore everything Belfast has to offer.

Discover all the fun things student life has to offer, as well as the health and wellbeing support available and how we can help with your future employment and career aspirations beyond university.

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Recorded: Tuesday 12 May, 11:00am (BST)

Students’ Union

The Students' Union is run by Queen's students, for Queen’s students.

See the ways in which they can help you throughout your time at Queen's, from advice and support to making sure you have an absolutely amazing time at Queen’s.

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Recorded: Thursday 7 May 2020, 11:00am (BST)

Student Wellbeing and Disability Services

Find out more about the services, opportunities and support available to you throughout your time at Queen's University during this webinar hosted by our dedicated Disability Officers.

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Eshwar getting careers advice

Recorded: Tuesday 5 May 2020, 11:00am (BST)

Careers, Employability and Skills Services

Hear from our panel about the ways in which the Careers and Employability team at Queen's is here to support you throughout your studies and beyond.

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Recorded: Thursday 30 April 2020, 11:00am (BST)

Queen’s Accommodation

Did you know Queen’s is amongst the most affordable student accommodation in the UK?  Find out more about our offering including our new city centre accommodation at Elms BT1 and BT2 and our purpose built student village at Elms BT9.

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Recorded: Tuesday 28 April 2020, 11:00am (BST)

Queen’s Sport

Since our foundation in 1849, sport has played an important part in the Queen’s student experience. Find out about our world class sporting facilities, our clubs and academies and how Queen’s is truly an active campus.

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Recorded: Thursday 23 April 2020, 11.00am (BST)

Introduction to Life at Queen’s

Learn about

  • Life in Belfast
  • Reasons to choose Queen's
  • Cost of living
  • Scholarships

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