Welcome to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast. We are a dynamic community of internationally acclaimed researchers, scholars and students who are committed to making a difference in today's world.
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School of Arts, English and Languages
The School of Arts, English and Languages is made up of over 150 academics and support staff supplemented with several professional tutors and teaching assistants. The School boasts excellent, award-winning teaching and leading research.
School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics
Through our research and teaching, the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics aims to help our wider society understand the world around us.
Queen's Management School
Queen’s Management School is one of the top business schools in the UK and Ireland and prides itself on a range of world-class degree programmes in Accounting, Economics, Finance and Management. Our high standard of teaching, coupled with our modern facilities ensures a first rate student experience.
School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work
Our vision is underpinned by a commitment to the principles of excellence, transparency and inclusiveness and the creation of an academic environment in which all staff and students feel valued and possess a shared sense of ownership and commitment to what the School seeks to achieve.
The Admissions and Access Service provides a centralised admissions service for undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes for students around the world.
Admissions is often the first point of contact for potential applicants, their advisers and parents.
The University is committed to creating an inclusive environment and seeks to ensure that students with a disability or long-term condition have equitable access as far as reasonably possible to all aspects of University life.
Students with a disability or long term condition are encouraged to register with the University's Disability Service to ensure their individual needs are assessed and relevant support recommendations are put in place for their chosen course of study and wider participation in University life.
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At Queen’s you’ll have access to facilities that bring your course to life. We’ve invested over £700 million to keep our constantly evolving campus future ready.
From the state of the art McClay Library, to the cutting edge Computer Science Building, and purpose built School of Law, including a Moot Court Room, we've transformed our historic campus into an innovative learning environment.Explore Virtual Tour
Students at Queen’s get the best of both worlds
A safe and easy to navigate campus with the wider city of Belfast nearby. We’re famed for our warm welcome and there’s a strong support network and sense of community on campus.
Clubs and Societies
Whether your interest is in cheerleading, skiing, surfing, rowing, gaming, electronic music, crafting or the environment, you'll find something in our 215+ clubs and societies.
Sports and Fitness
World class indoor and outdoor facilities: 25m swimming and diving pool, martial arts area, 2 climbing walls, 8 squash courts, 2 handball courts, 4 exercise and dance studios, and outdoor 3G grass pitches.
We’re loved across campus and Belfast: we’re the largest single-campus union in Ireland and provide students with advice, entertainment, volunteering opportunities and much more.
LIFE IN BELFAST
Queen’s is just 15 minutes’ walk from the city centre where there is a buzzing arts, social and sporting scene, all within reach of some of the most stunning coastlines and breath-taking landscapes in the world
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