|How to make the most of the event with Emma O'Hara, Faculty Student Recruitment Officer||6.30 pm|
|Welcome and Introduction Professor David Phinnemore, Dean of Education for the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences||6.35 pm|
Live Drop in sessions
|From 6.45 pm|
Welcome to Arts, Humanities and
Social Sciences Parents' Evening
We are a dynamic community of internationally acclaimed researchers, scholars and students who are committed to creating and sustaining a modern and meaningful place of connected learning. We are open to all talents, welcoming of challenge and change, and dedicated to using our subject expertise to make a difference to lives locally, nationally and internationally.
Meet our academics
Meet our students
Join our students from Northern Ireland in our live Q&A as they share their experience of University life.
Study in the Faculty of AHSS
The subject talks will give you an overview of each course within the faculty explaining what you will learn throughout your chosen degree. Please note that programmes offering a joint degree may not be mentioned on each video therefore we encourage you to visit our course finder to view all our available programmes. Please take the time to watch our subject talks on demand and prepare your questions ahead of our Drop-in sessions:
Watch on demand information about our student accommodation, fees and finance, Queen's sport, careers, disability services and Queen's student union.
Admissions and Access Service
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.
Take a tour of our campus
Belfast: A Student City
How expensive is it and how do I get there?
Northern Ireland has the lowest cost of student living in the UK, so you’ll pay less for rent, travel and going out.
Guide to city life
"Looking back on my time at Queen’s I only have fond memories. From mornings spent rowing down at the QUB boathouse to evenings at the McClay, the excellent facilities have helped me thrive both academically and socially. Through my academic studies I have discovered newfound passions in my subject area, developed my confidence and gained skills I have carried forth into my professional life". Beatrice Titcombe, BA English alumni