INTO and Queen’s University Belfast work in partnership to prepare you for your degree at the University.
With experienced teachers and modern teaching facilities, we'll make sure you have an outstanding academic experience. From your first day with INTO Queen's, you'll be a full member of the University, studying in the heart of the campus.
The International Foundation prepares you for direct entry to Year 1 of an undergraduate degree. During the programme you'll develop relevant subject-specific knowledge and skills, and will improve your English language abilities.
International Year One
The International Year One is the equivalent to the first year of study for an undergraduate degree. During the programme you'll improve your academic and undergraduate research skills, as well as building your English language abilities. When you finish the programme you'll be ready to progress to Year 2 of your degree. This means that you can complete your degree in the same amount of time as direct entry students.
Undergraduate Degree with International Year One
Combine your preparation studies with an undergraduate degree in a single study plan. During your first year of study you will develop subject-relevant knowledge and skills at the same time as improving your English language abilities. After successful completion of the first year of study you will continue directly to Year 2 of your degree. This means that you can complete your degree in the same amount of time as direct entry students.
A Graduate Diploma will prepare you for direct entry to a postgraduate degree. During the programme you will develop academic and postgraduate research skills while improving your English language abilities.
English Language Courses
"INTO are really professional, and studying with them definitely broadened my view of the world. I plan to help grow the wine industry in Hong Kong and my plan is to expand my business globally."Jia Hairuo, China
"I choose my course for a number of reasons, but particular because of my interest in the environmental which is a major issue in China. During my course I get to take part in fieldtrips to different areas of Northern Ireland to understand about the different environmental issues. I recently went to the Giant’s Causeway to examine the different rock types found on the coast. I really enjoy studying at Queen’s and I have found the staff to be very helpful and supportive to me as an international student. Belfast is better than other large UK cities, like London, as it is quieter and allows me time to focus on my studies. After my BSc course, I hope to study a Master’s course and then I plan to return to China to work the area of environmental science."Yaqi Yang, Shenzhen University JFP, China
BSc Environmental Management