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Welcome to our virtual offer holder event. Hear from students, explore accommodation, discover what living in Belfast is like and find out more about student life at Queen’s University.
Want a Russell Group education in an affordable, fun and friendly UK capital? We’re a university that prioritises academic excellence and is dedicated to helping you discover your potential.Why study at Queen's?
|Welcome, Congratulations and Why Choose Queen’s?|
|Faculty / Course Offer Holder Talks from the Deans
|Explore Virtual Tour|
|Clearing Student panel|
|How to add a choice on Clearing|
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Psychology, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Architecture, Geography, Archaeology, Product Design, Electronics.
English, Drama, Languages, History, Anthropology, Politics, Philosophy, Law, Business, Accounting, Sociology, Social Work, Education, Film, Broadcast, Music, Liberal Arts.
Northern Ireland has the lowest cost of student living in the UK, so you’ll pay less for rent, travel and going out.
"When I first visited Belfast, I was immediately taken by the city’s culture and beauty. I’ve always felt like part of the community here in Belfast. The people here are the friendliest I’ve ever met." Alisha Ratcliffe, Manchester, BA English
What’s it like to live in Belfast? Can you earn money whilst at Queen’s? What clubs and societies are there? How can you travel abroad while studying?
Let our student panel give you all the answers.
Meet Mark Pengelly, a BA Politics graduate in 2006 from Reading. Mark studied abroad for a year via his course in the USA. During his time in Queen's, he was active in several clubs and societies, including Queen’s Radio, where he was an occasional DJ and managed the news team. He worked in London and New York as reporter / editor for a variety of titles focused on energy and financial markets and spent two years serving as Borough Councillor in Woking.