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Walter Wilson Scholarship; Queen's University scholarship

Two engineering students at Queen’s will benefit from a new scholarship from Ulster Carpets inspired by the innovation of the former Managing Director Walter Wilson.

UNIVERSITY NEWS | 1 February, 2024

Managing Director at Equilibria Capital, Garrett Curran, took up the position on 1 January 2024 with Leadership Consultant and Chartered Psychologist Tessa Breslin appointed in November 2023.

22 January, 2024

Queen’s law graduate Aine Doyle has been awarded the Lord Kerr Bar Scholarship. The award will cover the fees of the one-year Bar Trainee course at the Institute of Professional Legal Studies (IPLS), amounting to £10,400.

14 December, 2023

KPMG is enhancing its pipeline of diverse talent by providing opportunities for students to study at Queen's Business School.

4 December, 2023

Paralympian and professional wheelchair basketball player, James MacSorley has won the Allstate NI Queen's Graduate of the Year Award for 2023, receiving his award at the University's annual Charter Day Dinner.

29 November, 2023

A number of innovative student and graduate-led businesses are to receive a share of £100,000 in funding from Queen’s University Belfast, as part of its new ‘InQUBate’ initiative.

Prostate Cancer Centre of Excellence
23 October, 2023

Queen’s University Belfast has today made history by launching Ireland’s first independent Prostate Cancer Centre of Excellence.

Alumni networking event; Queen's Alumni
17 October, 2023

A group of Queen’s alumni currently working at Allstate Northern Ireland recently returned to the Queen’s campus for an engaging networking event. The event was hosted at Queen's state-of-the-art Student Centre and Students’ Union at One Elmwood. 

4 October, 2023

The Rugby World Cup has grabbed the attention of sports fans around the globe – and now you can play a part in developing the next generation of top talent.

Gift to the Robin Menary Foundation,
1 October, 2023

Research to develop new treatments for patients facing a brain tumour diagnosis could give hope for the future, a family foundation supporting new work has said. 

Alison Torrens
21 September, 2023

A former art teacher with cancer has said donating her biological samples for medical research and leaving a financial gift in her will is the “best legacy” she can leave.

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