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Engineering Parents Evening

Engineering Parents' Evening

Meet our staff and students and discover engineering.

Thursday 12th November 2020
Online

Welcome to Engineering Parents' Evening

Engineering has the power to change, evolve and improve. It can secure our digital futures, innovate in the use of pioneering health techniques and improve our chances in the fight against climate change, but the discipline needs you. Without students working across maths and science, blending a creative approach with academic knowledge, future problems will go unsolved. Hear from academics and Students about how we can start to improve the world we live in through engineering.

Find out more about the Faculty of Engineering
Welcome and Introduction Professor Chris Johnston, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences 6.30 pm
How to make the most of the event with Clare Coyle, Faculty Student Recruitment Officer 6.35 pm
Subject drop in Q&A sessions
  • Chemical Engineering;

    (Session one: 6.45pm-7.15pm. Session two: 7.15pm-7.45pm. Session three: 7.45pm-8.15pm)

  • Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering;
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Software and Electronic Systems Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering; Aerospace Engineering; Product Design Engineering;
  • How to join us live

From 6.40 pm
Close 8.30 pm

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Study in the Faculty of Engineering

Read more about our undergraduate programmes on our dedicated subject pages and hear from course directors and lecturers on course content, learning and teaching, and career destinations.

Chemical Engineering
Chemical Engineering is concerned with the design and operation of processes which convert materials and energy into the higher value products we use every day.
Electrical Engineering

In a world where sustainable energy, smart home technology, the Internet of Things and even self-driving cars are a reality, studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering offers students immeasurable potential opportunities.

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineers use their skills and knowledge in maths and science to design and manufacture new technology that functions efficiently and reliably at an optimised cost.

Aerospace Engineering
Aerospace Engineering is at the cutting edge of technology, understanding and applying scientific principles to the design, development and service of some of the most technologically advanced engineering products in the world,
Civil Engineering

Civil engineers provide the infrastructural support required to sustain life. This includes water and power, roads, railways schools, hospitals, flood protection and the developed city skyline.

Product Design Engineering

The main objective of this engineering degree is to produce graduates with a broad and balanced set of skills and attributes required for the design and manufacture of innovative technical products.

6 Questions!

We asked our academic colleagues to answer 6 common questions to shortcut to the answers that you need. Click the links to access the video answers

Explore our stunning campus

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

Take a tour of our campus - Scroll across to see available tours

Lanyon Building

Our University estate comprises more than 250 buildings, 98 of which are listed. The Lanyon Building, which opened in 1849, is the centrepiece of the estate.

Library

Library, computing and media services in a single location as well as offering study facilities suitable for quiet study and group work.

Sports and Fitness

World class indoor and outdoor facilities, ideal for recreational, competitive or high-performance athletes.

Academic Facilities

Music studios, theatres, medical simulation suites, high performance computing, mechanical workshops, robotics and a lego lab.

Support and Wellbeing

Developing your employability skills, offering advice and assistance for times when you may feel under pressure, towards an enjoyable student experience.

Accommodation

Guaranteed accommodation to first year students. Tour state-of-the art rooms in the city centre virtually, check out accommodation options in more detail and get excited about where you want to live.

All our accommodation is just 15 minutes walk from campus, either located in the city centre or in our dedicated student village.

View rooms and prices

Accommodation 360 photos

En-suite bedroom I Elms BT1 and 2
Studio apartment I Elms BT1 and 2
En-suite bedroom I Elms BT9

Belfast: A Student City

A vibrant and friendly capital city, that’s safe, affordable and easy to get around.

Known as the “Queen’s Quarter”, the area surrounding our campus is the most vibrant district of Belfast. Here, you’ll find everything from museums and art galleries to world cuisine, as well as your classes of course, all within easy walking distance.

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.

£124
Rent per week
1 hour
Flight time
Guide to city life
  1. Living in Belfast & N.Ireland
  2. Cost of living comparison
  3. Belfast vs London vs Manchester
  4. Moving to N.Ireland
  5. How far away is Belfast

Student Life

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.

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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.

Students’ Union

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.

Careers and Employability

Our team are here to help you make informed career decisions and develop your skills and confidence to compete in the graduate job market.

Study/Work Abroad

Add an international dimension to your experience through study and work abroad. Increase your confidence and independence and make friends for life.

Student Finance

Find out more about Student Finance and what funding you could be eligible for to help with the cost of your undergraduate studies.

"Queen’s University Belfast have advanced research methods and excellent facilities to develop an individual both professionally and academically. The best thing about being a student here is the number of opportunities that enable me to meet a vast range of individuals whom I will never get to meet in my home country." Kar Wen Lee, 3rd Year MPharm Student, Malaysia

Connect with our staff

We’d love to meet you. Chat with our friendly team.

Email Clare Coyle, Faculty Student recruitment Officer, with any queries about studying at Queen's, email: askeps@qub.ac.uk