(NatWest Student Living Index, 2020)
(QS World University Rankings 2022)
(Mercer Cost of Living City Ranking 2023)
215+ clubs, with 15,000 student members ranging from sport, gaming, creative, cultural and charitable groups.
A capital with a culture of its own, Belfast is renowned for having a unique clubs, food, culture and arts scene of its very own.
Every year over 800 Queen’s students take the opportunity to go outside Northern Ireland to study or gain work-related experience.
Our world-class indoor and outdoor sporting facilities will help you lead a healthy, active lifestyle.
Your one stop shop for academic, wellbeing and financial advice plus a guide to everything that's going on.
The area surrounding our campus is the most vibrant district of Belfast. Here, you’ll find everything from hot-ticket cultural events and party nights to international festivals and world food worth queuing for. Our friendly student community and buzzing entertainment scene welcomes you from the day you arrive.
Everything is walkable, and next door to Queen's you'll find Botanic Gardens, a beautiful city park where you can explore the Palm House, the rose gardens or the Tropical Ravine.
Belfast has the lowest student cost of living in the UK (Mercer Cost of Living City Ranking 2023)
That makes it cheaper than Manchester, Edinburgh, Leeds, Newcastle, and significantly cheaper than in London.
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