HOME TO TEACHING EXCELLENCE
As a member of the Russell Group, Queen’s is recognised as one of the UK’s 24 leading research-intensive universities. Our researchers are addressing many Global Challenges, tackling the problems facing society, such as Health, Food, Conflict and Technology.
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, our constantly evolving campus has received over £700million in funding to ensure it is an innovative learning environment for our exceptional students.
SUPPORTING YOUR CHILD
We’re dedicated to helping students get the most from their time at Queen’s. We provide students with all the necessary advice and support needed to develop their skills, knowledge and confidence and to realise their dreams. Students coming to Queen’s can expect:
- Advice before arrival and a leading welcome and orientation programme designed to maximise university life.
- A guaranteed place in Queen’s accommodation with living options including our new city centre student apartments.
- A Residential Life programme which features events and pastoral care, 24/7 safety and security, as well as maintenance and cleaning support.
A SAFE, FRIENDLY PLACE TO LIVE - GUARANTEED!
With 3,400 rooms, our new students are guaranteed a place in our high quality, modern accommodation, which means you can be confident they'll be living somewhere safe, comfortable and affordable. All our accommodation is very close to campus – only a 15 minute walk away.
DEDICATED TO EMPLOYABILITY
Student at Queen’s, gain skills and knowledge valued by employers all over the world. Whether they plan to pursue opportunities here in the UK, or further afield, our specialist career resources and international network can take students anywhere.
BELFAST: THE PERFECT UK STUDENT CITY
One of the UK’s most welcoming, vibrant and affordable student cities, Belfast has the lowest student rent in the UK (NatWest Student Living Index 2019).
Although Belfast is a major capital city, it boasts the friendliness of a small town, making it the perfect destination for students living and studying away from home for the first time.
Street crime and burglary rates in Belfast are much lower than in comparable European or American cities and Belfast has also been named the safest region in the UK (British Crime Surveys, 2015/16).