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This page will provide important information to support you through the application process to Study Abroad at Queen’s.

Deadline for Global Bachelor's applications to QUB: 6 June 2021

The Global Opportunities Team are the Admissions team at Queen's who process all Study Abroad applications. If you have any technical questions about your application, please contact them using the button below.

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Application Guidance
As a George Washington student you will be applying for Semester One study at QUB

The application to study abroad at Queen's is an online process, and when completing your application you should be aware the courses you will be studying at Queen's are referred to as 'modules.'

Applications will close for Fall 2021 for the George Washington Program on 6 June 2021. To apply please click here

Please click 'read below' for important guidance on completing your application form.

There are a few additional things you should be aware of when completing your application to study at Queen’s. 

  • For Question 40: “Who will be responsible for paying your tuition fees?” you should answer “My home university/college.”

  • The Module Selection section of the application form deals with what classes you will be taking at Queen’s. 
    You will be asked to select a minimum of three modules (total of 60 CATs). Please note all George Washington students have a compulsory module which you should include in your selection;
    Module Code: HAP2001
    Module Title: The Northern Ireland Conflict and Paths to Peace

    In addition to HAP2001 you will be studying two other QUB modules, so please select a minimum of two modules you wish to study and back up modules in case your preferred module choices are not available. Please input these in order of preference.

Once you have clicked 'submit' your application will be sent to the Global Opportunities Team at Queen's who will review your application. 

Please ensure you sent the following documentation to Ally Croteau at George Washington University who will submit to the Admissions team at QUB on your behalf.

Email documentation to E: acroteau@email.gwu.edu

  • An official academic transcript of the courses taken at your home university
  • An academic reference from a professor who can comment on your academic performance to date
  • A copy of your passport (personal details/photo page)

We recommend gathering this information as soon as possible to avoid delays in approving your application.

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MODULES AVAILABLE

As a study abroad student at Queen's there is much flexibility in the classes you can take with options in everything from Anthropology, Sociology, Economics, Philosophy and much more! The most popular modules with GWU students in the past include: PAI2011 The Politics of Deeply Divided Societies, SOC2051 Understanding Gender and Migration and PAI2001 The Politics and Policy of the European Union.

Picture of Fence - Portraying Global Security
Explore Global Perspectives
International Politics
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Police Riot
The Northern Irish case study
Conflict and Peace Studies
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Green Brexit
Brexit and Beyond
European Studies
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What I studied

Hear from previous Global Bachelor's students

PHOTO: George Washington Student Fall 2019
I recommend PAI2011 "The Politics of Deeply Divided Societies" taught by Dr. Peter Mcloughlin and Dr. Nikola Pijovic. This course was a perfect complement to the required Northern Ireland conflict module. It puts the local conflict into an international perspective while connecting it to global examples such as Israel/Palestine and Yugoslavia. Additionally, it transfers back as meaningful credit for Elliott students. George Washington Student Fall 2019
Global Bachelor's Program
PHOTO: George Washington Student Fall 2019
I recommend LIB1001 Understanding Now with Professor McGowan - it was a really interesting and engaging class, and also a small class size for discussions on a succession of political happenings in the UK and US. George Washington Student Fall 2019
Global Bachelor's Program
PHOTO: George Washington Student Fall 2019
I would recommend PAI 2001 Politics and Policies of the EU because just the fact about learning of the EU and Brexit with everything that is going on is super interesting and the course taught me so much!! George Washington Student Fall 2019
Global Bachelor's Program
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